Projects

Projects

Our Reef is an irreplaceable ecosystem facing a growing combination of threats, but there is hope and, together with our partners, we’re already making an impact.

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Inaugural accelerator workshop, Great Barrier Reef

Resilient Reefs

Partnering with Reef communities to respond to climate change and local threats.

Reef Islands

Reef Islands

Restoring critical island habitats to protect ecosystems and save vulnerable species.


Reef Trust Partnership

#Reef Trust Partnership

Funding the projects for reef resilience, restoration and adaptation, water quality, crown-of-thorns starfish control, and Traditional Owner and community Reef protection.

Raine Island Recovery Project

Raine Island Recovery Project

Restoring the world’s largest green turtle nesting area on Raine Island.

Coral IVF

Coral IVF

Pioneering science delivers new life to the Reef.

eReefs

eReefs

Pioneering the world’s largest Reef forecasting and modelling program to track and predict the condition of the Reef, including water quality and bleaching.

Cementing Coral Reefs

Cementing Coral Reefs

Stabilising Reef structures in a changing environment.

Cryopreservation

Cryopreservation

Freezing the Reef for future generations.

RTM Wakmatha

Future Reef 2.0

The underwater lab monitoring ocean chemistry.

Heron Island Benthic Community Map

Live Habitat Mapping

Mapping the entire Great Barrier Reef.

RangerBot

RangerBot

The world's first autonomous underwater drone dedicated to Reef protection.

Purple Bryozoa

Reef in 3D

Ecology and robotics combine to map complex Reef systems.

Sea-Quence

Sea-Quence

Unlocking the genetic secrets of corals.

Stress test for corals

Stress test for corals

Creating an early warning system for corals under stress.

Sun Shield

Sun Shield

Protecting corals from sunlight with biodegradable surface films.

Seep site, PNG

Volcanic Seeps

The undersea lab providing a window into the future of coral reefs.


International Scientific Advisory Committee

International Scientific Advisory Committee

The Foundation is directly advised by an International Scientific Advisory Committee (or ISAC).

ISAC is made up of the leaders of research and management on the Reef, including the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, the Australian Institute of Marine Science, University of Queensland, James Cook University, and CSIRO. This is an important component of our rigorous governance process for prioritising projects.


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