Envirotech met with Wandiny Aboriginal Corp, Nature Conservancy, Noosa Integrated Catchment Association, Noosa Environmental Education Hub and Noosa Community Biosphere Association to discuss potential linkages and partnerships with the Oyster Reef Regeneration Project happening in the Noosa River. The Noosa River, like most of the estuary and bay ecosystems in Australia had large oyster reefs before they were extracted for building and food in the early 1900’s.
We had a great week meeting our new Indigenous students that will participate in the ‘Healing Sea Country’ (HSC) Program in Moreton Bay! We are excited to work with our new partners and start meaningful training activities with the new students!
Leading companies today are starting to think of sustainability as a tool for growing profitability. Frameworks, such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals, are being utilised as a guide to future market opportunities.
Coral is a stationary animal that has a unique relationship with plant-like algae called zooxanthellae that lives inside its tissues and together they build the largest biological structures on Earth.
A talk about polemic topics that are impacting
our way to live in this planet.
Let’s start the change and make a difference
for the future generations?