Great Barrier Reef Foundation
Since 2018, the Great Barrier Reef Foundation partners with the World Heritage Marine Programme to build climate adaptation strategies across marine World Heritage sites. The Foundation leads the implementation of the Resilient Reefs Initiative, a 4-year USD$9 million public-private consortium that is building climate resilience leadership in an initial five UNESCO World Heritage Listed coral reefs, including Rock Islands Southern Lagoon (Palau), Lagoons of New Caledonia (France), Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System (Belize), Ningaloo Coast and the Great Barrier Reef (Australia). Other partners in the project include the Rockefeller Foundation and its pioneering 100 Resilient Cities, BHP Foundation, the Nature Conservancy’s Reef Resilience Network and the global consultancy in environmental engineering, AECOM.
The Great Barrier Reef Foundation was established in 1999 following the first mass coral bleaching of the Great Barrier and is currently the lead charity dedicated to protecting Australia’s Great Barrier Reef through funding solutions grounded in science, technology, engineering and on-ground action to ensure its long-term conservation.
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Partnerships / Activities (1)
- Online Meeting: How to apply the Climate Vulnerability Index to your marine World Heritage site? 03-Dec-2020-03-Dec-2020
- Online Meeting: Lessons learned from Covid-19 for marine World Heritage protection and community well-being 10-Sep-2020-10-Sep-2020
- Online Meeting: How to successfully build resilience-based management at your marine World Heritage site? 17-Jun-2020
- Online Meeting: Biodiversity and Covid-19 21-Apr-2020
- Building Leadership for Climate Adaptation of Coral Reefs 05-Jul-2019-05-Jul-2019