OCEAN ACTION: Can Science Save this Precious Environment?
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Concert Hall, QPAC

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Concert Hall, QPAC

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Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Cost

Adult: $35 Concession: $30 Students: $30
Tanya Ha
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Tanya Ha

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Tanya Ha

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Emma Johnston 2017
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Emma Johnston

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Emma Johnston

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Rod Connolly 2017
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Rod Connolly

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Rod Connolly

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Arnold Dekker 2017
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Arnold Dekker

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Arnold Dekker

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Gretta Pecl 2017
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Gretta Pecl

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Gretta Pecl

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Emma Lee 2017
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Emma Lee

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Emma Lee

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Summary

As the impact of industrialisation flows into our ocean, what action can humankind take to address the devastating environmental effects?

Climate change, acidification, overfishing, habitat destruction, population growth and plastic pollution are just some of the factors affecting the health of our marine environment.

However, data analytics and sophisticated surveillance along with innovations in bio-monitoring and ‘smart’ engineering may improve our ability to address future challenges.

Our panel of environmental experts examines how human ingenuity and innovation might hold the key to preventing further damage.

 

Concert Hall, QPAC

Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia