From planting hundreds of thousands of trees and clearing our beaches of plastic, to improved land management practices in the banana and sugar cane industries; this year’s Wet Tropics Report Card reflects how community efforts and actions are being rewarded with improved waterway health. The Wet Tropics Report Card 2017 has recorded improved conditions in…Read more
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Pioneer North Queensland (PNQ) is demonstrating its commitment to the Wet Tropics Healthy Waterways Partnership (WTHWP) by emblazoning its trucks with images of the region’s waterways. As the largest producer of quarry, sand, concrete, bitumen and asphalt products for the building industry in Cairns, PNQ operates within strict environmental policies that limit and control any…Read more
Organisations are working together and forming partnerships in order to make the most of reef investment coming into the region. As more Government funding is being made available for reef projects a new trend is beginning to emerge. Partnerships are the new norm and the Wet Tropics Healthy Waterways Partnership is not the only organisation seeking…Read more
As a Reef Guardian Council, Council Cairns Regional Council is actively involved in the protection of the reef and has demonstrated further leadership on this issue by being one of the first Partners to support and join the Wet Tropics Healthy Waterways Partnership. The Council has been involved in a number of initiatives to improve…Read more
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