Media Release: Coral Expedition

Media Release: Coral Expedition

MEDIA RELEASE                                                                             9 November 2023 Citizen science reveals new discoveries in Coral Sea Marine Park The ‘Citizen Science of the Great Barrier Reef Expedition’ exceeded all expectations with a...
Reef Ecologic recognised as a 3-Star ecoBiz Partner for 3 consecutive years!

Reef Ecologic recognised as a 3-Star ecoBiz Partner for 3 consecutive years!

Reef Ecologic has been assessed on the merits of best practices for energy, waste, and water. The ecoBiz Star Partnership is calculated based on a demonstrated decrease in resource intensity. To be eligible to become a Star Partner an organisation must show a 10% decrease in their resource intensity for at least one of the following three categories: Energy, Water or Waste. In the subsequent years following this, the organisation needs to continue a 10% drop in resource intensity from the baseline year to maintain its status. Reef Ecologic has been registered in the ecoBiz program since early 2019. and has maintained 3 Star Partnership for three years now.

MOUA attracts global attention with the transformation in marine life at Coral Greenhouse, Great Barrier Reef

MOUA attracts global attention with the transformation in marine life at Coral Greenhouse, Great Barrier Reef

Reef Ecologic hosted a multi-faceted workshop as part of the conference sharing knowledge and educating the girls from across the region in marine ecology, citizen science activities and methods and techniques to help rehabilitate reef environments. The session started with marine scientist Nathan Cook providing an introduction to coral reef ecology and the challenges facing these fragile habitats. After this short introduction students broke into smaller groups to learn about different aspects of reef conservation. 

Inspiring Future Female Leaders in Citizen Science

Inspiring Future Female Leaders in Citizen Science

Reef Ecologic hosted a multi-faceted workshop as part of the conference sharing knowledge and educating the girls from across the region in marine ecology, citizen science activities and methods and techniques to help rehabilitate reef environments. The session started with marine scientist Nathan Cook providing an introduction to coral reef ecology and the challenges facing these fragile habitats. After this short introduction students broke into smaller groups to learn about different aspects of reef conservation.