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How nature could help save the planet

In an interview with CNBC, the Foundation's Chief Scientist Professor Peter Mumby explains the impact of understanding and investing in reef resilience. Despite its immense size, the Great Barrier Reef is extremely well connected. For this reason, if we can protect a small and manageable number of reefs, the ability for that to then benefit half of the Great Barrier Reef is considerable. On Lady Elliot Island, we are only just beginning to understand the links between healthy island vegetation and thriving undersea biodiversity.

How nature could help save the planet

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Land and Sea Country Forum postponed

​As the Chair of the Traditional Owner Advisory Group to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation I write to provide a statement that outlines the unanimous decision made by the Advisory Group to delay the reef-wide Land and Sea Country Forum that was due to take place in September 2021, as part of our Reef Trust Partnership Annual WorkPlan.