Tj carlson
Tj carlson Campaign leader

This infographic is explaining the percentages of bleaching of the coral down the coast line from the northern section to the southern…Read More

reduce coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef
Tj carlson
Tj carlson Campaign leader

sediment run-off, from erosion, flows from catchments into the Reef in plumes. The plumes settle, but the smaller particles of sediment…Read More

Preserve the Wonder - Reducing sediment run-off

Dr Scott Crawford, CEO, NQ Dry Tropics discusses the project with Dr Stephen Lewis, Principal Research Scientist, James Cook University. Erosion in Great Barrier Reef catchments didn’t happen overnight and it’s a bigger problem than each farmer can address on their own. So there are a number of programs in place to bring…Read More
Tj carlson
Tj carlson Campaign leader

Improving water quality in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon is one of the main ways we have been increasing its resilience to climate change…Read More

Preserve the Wonder - Reducing fertiliser runoff

There are many projects happening across regions where run-off to creeks and rivers leads to the Great Barrier Reef. The Smartcane Best Management Practices (BMP) Program is one example where we are working with farmers on locally created solutions to…Read More
Tj carlson
Tj carlson Campaign leader

In all our efforts, we need to hold ourselves accountable and monitor our initiatives to ensure they are delivering real outcomes for the…Read More

Preserve the Wonder - Water quality monitoring

From the Great Barrier Reef to Moreton Bay, all Queensland waterways are connected. For example, avoiding littering, wherever you live, will prevent litter getting into waterways and making its way to the Great Barrier Reef. If you live in reef catchment areas, you can make sure soil and fertiliser stays on your property. …Read More
Tj carlson
Tj carlson Campaign leader

reduce coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef
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