How can we work together to save the Great Barrier Reef?
Ancient and vast, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef belongs to us all. Sadly, this giant living organism that hugs so much of our Eastern coastline is facing potential catastrophe. Scientists are doing what they can to monitor, repair and build resilience into the reef’s natural systems, but they need all the help we can give.
Join our panel of reef specialists to find out how ‘people power’ is working alongside science to defend and preserve this amazing ecosystem for future generations.
See Justin Marshall at THE REEF NEEDS US: Saving Our National Icon.
THE REEF NEEDS US: Saving Our National Icon is presented in conjunction with Academic Partner The University of Queensland.
Please note: this event was previously titled CITIZENS + SCIENCE: The Reef Needs Us All.
Jonathan Webb is a lapsed neuroscientist and a former BBC science reporter, now running the science unit at ABC Radio National. He hails from Adelaide but more recently spent 10...View Profile
Emma Kennedy has research expertise in coral reef ecology and climate change, and is currently working in the Remote Sensing Research Group at the University of Queensland in a team...View Profile
Justin Marshall is the founding director of the citizen-science project Coral Watch, a public awareness and participation group that aims to save the Great Barrier Reef. He is an enthusiastic...View Profile
David Wachenfeld is the Chief Scientist at the Great Barrier Marine Park Authority. Working at the Authority since 1997, he has covered a diverse range of Marine Park management activities,...View Profile
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