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The Problem

Rising sea temperatures, coral bleaching, poor water quality, coastal development, crown of thorns starfish and severe storm events have contributed to coral loss of more than 50% since 1985. The health and resilience of the…

Our Plan

Our idea is simple. GBR Legacy will channel corporate and philanthropic tax-deductible donations and sponsorship as well as community based crowd funding to create an innovative research institute with a fully crewed…

Partnership

GBR Legacy is an opportunity to take advantage of a powerful global branding opportunity. By investing in this project you will become a key stakeholder in the most significant scientific effort to save the reef. There are four categories of…

What is
The Great Barrier Reef?

The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system, home to the most impressive diversity and abundance of marine life. Listed as UNESCO World Heritage site in 1981 the reef is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and the only living structure visible from space. The reef is also essential to global food supply and water quality, home to an astounding array of underwater attractions and the object of a thriving tourism community.