Hydrobiology’s Green Fund encourages the use of sustainable transport. Having shown support for The Great Barrier Reef Legacy, it is great to see their expeditions bear fruit with the release of “Search For Solutions”!
Check out the expedition video which showcases the state of the Great Barrier Reef, from inshore “coral graveyards” to large-scale coral spawning.
Our "Search for Solutions" expedition is now complete – watch what the team discovered in this summary video! From inshore coral graveyards to the most diverse site ever recorded on the Great Barrier Reef, from large scale coral spawning to breathtaking macro footage from the team at BioQuest Studios (towards the end)!Uniquely, our entire organisation is funded by public and private donations and hundreds of volunteer hours. It is run by the people, for the people. Please watch what YOU helped us achieve!Music by the amazing Ziggy AlbertsMission Blue EcoWatch Australian Marine Conservation Society Australian Geographic National Geographic National Geographic Magazine Newsport Daily Cairns Post ABC Far North Channel 7 Queensland Channel 9 The Climate Council Hack on triple j Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Tropical Journeys Great Barrier Reef Marathon Festival Reef Magic Cruises – Marine World – Great Barrier Reef Seastar Cruises Cairns / Australia Sunlover Reef Cruises Quicksilver Cruises & Wavedancer Low Isles Macpac Canon Australia Tangaroa Blue Migaloo the White Whale CoralWatch The University of Queensland JCU: James Cook University, Australia Great Barrier Reef Foundation Reef Restoration Foundation Reef Ecologic Blue The Film Sharkwater Blueye Robotics Cairns and Far North Environment Centre The Last Straw Australia Straw No More Project Melbourne Museum Australian Institute of Marine Science National Geographic Australia Leonardo DiCaprio Ted Danson Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco David Attenborough Hawai'i Institute of Marine Biology – HIMB David Suzuki Foundation David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes Undersea Images#greatbarrierreef #gbr #fightforthereef #reeflegacy #cop24 #ecowatch #missionblue #lovetheocean #coralreefs #searchforsolutions #scienceforsolutions #peoplepower
Posted by Great Barrier Reef Legacy on Friday, 7 December 2018