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    An industry initiative to drive fishery improvement through collaboration with management and science.

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  • The Challenge

    A changing climate has implications today in anticipation of tomorrow. Our industry acknowledges this and has accepted the challenge.

    The Challenge
  • Queensland Marine Aquarium Industry

    A small, capital-intensive industry operating high value fisheries to world-class standards on a global natural icon.

    Queensland Marine Aquarium Industry
  • Cycle of Assessment, Management and Monitoring

    Continuous improvement model whereby access to international markets is dependent on management for environmental performance.

    Cycle of Assessment, Management and Monitoring
  • Identified Ecological Risk

    A forum for managers, scientists, industry and conservationists to pool knowledge to identify fishery risks to the environment.

    Identified Ecological Risk
  • Industry Risk Mitigation Standards

    Industry workshops constructed standards to drive down identified fishery risks early in the cycle of assessment, management and monitoring.

    Industry Risk Mitigation Standards
  • Management Response Task Force

    This forum enables our industry to contribute to the recovery of habitats after disturbance.

    Management Response Task Force
  • Filling Knowledge Gaps

    Our industry is investing in accelerating continuous improvement of environmental performance of our fisheries.

    Filling Knowledge Gaps

Stewardship Action Plan

Mitigating Ecological Risk in a Changing Climate

Pro-vision Reef Inc.

Pro-vision Reef Inc.

Welcome to Pro-vision Reef Inc. Our mission is to engender community and market confidence in our industry through our commitment to the highest standards of environmental performance in our fisheries on the Great Barrier Reef. Read more

Stewardship in Action


Promoting Sustainable Reef Harvest

Testimonial

“Scientists are becoming increasingly concerned about reported declines in coral cover on the Great Barrier Reef. However, corals harvested by the aquarium industry are very different or contribute little to live coral cover in shallow reef environments where monitoring is being undertaken.”

Professor Morgan Pratchett Professor Morgan Pratchett
[ Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies ]

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