A dose of good bacteria could prevent Great Barrier Reef corals from bleaching, with an innovative project winning $150,000 AUD ($110,000 USD) to fund research into the concept.
Brazilian scientist Professor ... Read More
Landholders are leading the way in trialling bioreactors in the Wet Tropics, in an effort to treat nitrogen flowing to the Great Barrier Reef.
A denitrification bioreactor was installed on a ... Read More
Sugarcane growers’ organisation CANEGROWERS has expressed surprise and disappointment at an allegation made to The Prince of Wales during his Queensland visit that some farmers were using chemicals banned decades ... Read More
Coastal communities adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef are set to benefit from new science projects aimed at preserving our diverse marine environment and the jobs it provides.
The projects will be funded ... Read More
The winners of the 2017 Reef Alliance Awards were announced in Townsville overnight, shining a light on the sector’s leaders in on-farm practices and extension to reduce and manage agricultural ... Read More
The greatest water quality risks to the Great Barrier Reef are from nutrients, fine sediments and pesticides.
In March 2017, the Queensland Government released the Enhancing regulations to ... Read More
CANEGROWERS has welcomed the Queensland Environment Minister’s signed commitment to the sugarcane industry which recognises decades of grower investment in environmental outcomes.
On July 20, Steven Miles signed a Cane ... Read More
Queensland's Great Barrier Reef has avoided being placed on UNESCO's "in danger" list after a decision at the annual meeting of its World Heritage Committee (WHC) in Poland overnight.
However, ... Read More