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August 2020

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March 2020

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January 2020

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  • Moreton Bay Wetlands

    February 2nd is World Wetlands Day, celebrating the signing of the International Convention on the protection of Wetlands, commonly known as the Ramsar Convention. Moreton Bay is home to extensive Ramsar listed wetlands, recognised for their international significance.

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  • Manly Mudwalk – World Wetlands Day 2020 with TMBF

    Join UQ A/Prof Ian Tibbets on a guided walk in the rich intertidal zone – exploring mudflats, molluscs and migratory bird habitats.

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  • Extension to submissions for EPBC Act review

    The Australian Government has announced an independent review of the Environment Protection Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cwth), as required every 10 years.

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  • You asked us: Fishing

    Do we know where recreational fishing effort is located and what the true catch is?

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  • You asked us: Boating

    What strategies could the foundation help to educate readers of marine magazines around appropriate behaviour and conservation practices while fishing and boating and jet skiing?

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November 2019

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  • You asked us: Marine mammals

    What is the main cause of death of our marine animals in the bay and what strategies can we look at to change this?

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  • You asked us: Tourism

    Is there a masterplan or vision for what tourism on straddie will look like 20 years from now?

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  • You asked us: TMBF’s role

    What is the justification for TMBF as regional organisations already exist e.g. HLW, SEQCMA? How does TMBF propose to communicate and interact and partner with the existing catchment groups / Brisbane Catchments Network?

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  • Thank you Faileen

    At the recent AGM, Board Chair Rob Siganto delivered a vote of thanks to outgoing Executive Development Officer Faileen James.

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  • Annual General Meeting

    The 2018–2019 Annual Report is now on the web site and can be found here.

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October 2019

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  • Mark Gibbs – TMBF Committee Member

    Mark is a regular yacht racing campaigner on the east coast of Australia and has provided oceanographic and meteorological support for a number of international ocean racing campaigns over the last three decades. As a marine researcher at the Queensland University of Technology, Mark focuses mostly on providing advice on coastal climate adaptation issues and has recently helped to lead a major research initiative on restoring the Great Barrier Reef.

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  • Miranda Gregory – TMBF Student Intern

    As part of a Bachelor of Public Relations and Communication with a minor in marketing at Griffith University, Miranda helped TMBF as an intern.

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September 2019

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  • Event thanks

    Thanks to ​all who ​attended, contributed ​to, ​and engaged ​with us at ​our ​Launch events on 30 August 2019. We hope everyone enjoyed the events as much as we did.

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July 2019

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  • Professor Kylie Pitt – Marine Ecologist

    As an academic and Discipline Head for Marine Science at Griffith University I combine my passion for research with educating the next generation of marine scientists. I also lead the Griffith Sea Jellies Research Laboratory, a new joint project between Griffith University and Sea World.

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  • Cameron Costello – TMBF Director

    Cameron Costello is the CEO of the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC). In that position, Cameron is an advocate for the Quandamooka Peoples across all levels of government.

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May 2019

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  • Healthy Land and Water

    Healthy Land and Water (HLW) is an independent organisation dedicated to improving and protecting South East Queensland’s (SEQ) environment.

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  • King & Wood Mallesons

    The Moreton Bay Foundation (TMBF) wish to acknowledge the significant pro-bono legal support it has received from KWM.

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April 2019

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  • Welcome from TMBF’s Chairman

    It is my pleasure, as Chairman of The Moreton Bay Foundation (TMBF), to welcome you. I was appointed Chair 8 months ago.

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  • Toondah Harbour Development

    The Toondah Harbour development by Walker Group has polarized opinion of southern Moreton Bay users, and others who are passionate about the Bay. The major precinct-level marina project on the shores of Moreton Bay at Cleveland is currently undergoing assessment across the three levels of government.

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  • Katie Walters – Moreton Bay Researcher

    My name is Katie Walters and I’m interested in how we can build the best possible future for the unique Moreton Bay marine environment and for the people who rely on it.

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May 2018

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  • Welcome from TMBF’s Executive Development Officer
  • Our Vision, Mission and Values