We propose a collaboration of organisations (including Reef Ecologic, Reef Check, Reef Restoration Foundation, Great Barrier Reef Legacy, Coral Sea Foundation and others) with a combination on field and online activities (weather dependent) associated with the Great Barrier Reef. The proposed field activity is to the recently installed 'Coral greenhouse' at John Brewer Reef to participate in citizen science. The online activities include a film and social media to raise awareness about the health of our oceans and what we can all do to support its ongoing health and resilience, we are inviting people to make a pledge to do something this World Oceans Day.
Reef Ecologic works with great organisations and people at the leading edge of coral reef science, management and policy to provide insight, actions and build capacity among the leaders of today and tomorrow to secure a more sustainable future. Reef Ecologic have implemented major projects in all the coral reef regions of the world, including extensive work with coral reef managers, communities and businesses in the Great Barrier Reef, Caribbean, Pacific, Southeast Asia, Red Sea and Indian Ocean. Reef Ecologic is a registered company based in Townsville, Australia that operates predominantly not for profit. We seek to encompass environmental stewardship in all of its business endeavours, adopting a lifecycle perspective that ensures complete sustainability.