Other Cairns events

Coral Connections: Caring for the GBR

Past event - 2024
14 May Doors open 6:30pm
Event times 7-9pm
Macalister Brewing Company, 6 Danbulan St, Smithfield, Cairns, QLD 4878
How can we manage a reef as big as the GBR? And how are scientists and tourism operators working together to boost resilience of their sites? Join us to hear from experts to find out!

The Hungry Nomad food truck will be also be on site with food and drinks available for purchase!

Blueprint 2030: Managing the Reef under a rapidly changing climate

Roger Beeden (Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority)
The globally loved, iconic Great Barrier Reef faces increasing climate change pressures. Blueprint 2030 outlines the Reef Authority's climate resilience goals and actions that we can take at local to global scales to protect its ecological, social, and cultural values as the climate changes.

Resilience in Community lead Reef Restoration

Paige Strudwick (University of Technology Sydney)
The Coral Nurture Program encompasses researchers and stakeholders on the Great Barrier Reef working to enhance natural recovery of high-value reef sites through targeted coral propagation and out-planting. Building on tourism operator knowledge and using state of the art equipment we are developing methods to boost reef resilience into the future.
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