Marine Protected Areas

Strategy

Reef Ecologic are leaders in design, implementation, management and review of Aquatic Reserves and Marine Protected Areas in Australia.

Our Directors and associates were part of a world class team that planned, consulted and implemented the Great Barrier Reef Representative Area Program that led to increased protection of biodiversity and increased no take areas from 4 to 33%.

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Whitsundays Reef Recovery and Public Art Project

Whitsundays Reef Recovery and Public Art Project

Reef Ecologic's Whitsundays Tourism Recovery Project will lead in the design, creation and installation of underwater and inter-tidal interpretive art pieces across the Whitsunday region, coral restoration and educational activities. These projects are designed to support tourism in the region.

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Leadership, Training and Workshops

Leadership, Training and Workshops

Reef Ecologic have extensive experience in the delivery of informative, high quality capacity building workshops in science, management and reef restoration. The team has delivered over delivered over 25 reef restoration and recovery training programs, multiple youth leaders workshops and multiple international management and leadership programs as Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Australia Awards.

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Best Practice Strategic Advice

Best Practice Strategic Advice

Reef Ecologic Directors and associates have worked formally and informally with scientists, diverse industry groups including consultants, conservation, indigenous, legal, developers, ports, shipping, aquaculture, sewage, refinery and Defence to review and improve their governance, environmental performance and compliance.

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Sustainability Plan – Phoenix Islands Protected Area

Sustainability Plan – Phoenix Islands Protected Area

The Phoenix Island Protected Area (PIPA) is responsible for the management of Kanton Island and was required to develop a sustainability plan under the PIPA Management Plan 2015-2020. PIPA worked collaboratively with Reef Ecologic and Arup to build on existing knowledge and conduct expert assessments and consultation at Kanton Island in June 2017.

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