What are some management strategies for the Great Barrier Reef?
Strategies to manage the Reef
- Dredging and dredge material disposal.
- Compiling and expanding knowledge of dredging.
- Ban on capital dredge material disposal.
What is a traditional management strategy?
Traditional management strategies are based on cultural knowledge that has been gained and passed on over generations through stories, ceremonies and rituals. This cultural knowledge is based on experiences, traditions and beliefs of the indigenous culture.
How do indigenous people manage the Great Barrier Reef?
Many people work tirelessly through their communities and various Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations to maintain the remaining heritage values of the Reef, managing Sea Country, recording oral tradition and expressing living culture.
What is the government doing to help the Great Barrier Reef?
A $500 million package to help deal with the problems facing the Great Barrier Reef has been announced by the Federal Government. The funding will go towards improving water quality, tackling the crown-of-thorns starfish, and expanding reef restoration.
What is in place to protect the Great Barrier Reef?
There are projects that range from education programs, plastic pollution control, COTS eradication, coral nurseries, renewable energy development and responsible stewardship by marine park tourism organisations, which all contribute to helping save the Great Barrier Reef.
What is traditional strategy?
Traditional strategy development assumes that markets/industries are stable, but today that is not the rule for most firms. Strategy is built upon certain vital assumptions about the external environment and about what the firm can control. Virtually all of these factors are outside the control of the firm.
What is traditional approach to strategic planning?
Traditional strategic planning methodology is an old school approach that doesn’t address the root cause of most organizational challenges. Most planning approaches spend an inordinate amount of time on management/operations activities and quickly shift the Board of Directors’ focus from leadership to management.
Who are the indigenous owners of the Great Barrier Reef?
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are the Traditional Owners of the Great Barrier Reef area and have a continuing connection to their land and sea country.
What cultural value does the Great Barrier Reef?
The cultural significance of the Great Barrier Reef to these communities has largely been documented through paintings, songs and stories that have been passed down through generations. The Aborigines and Torres Straight people used these waters to gather fish and other natural resources required for their sustenance.
Why is the GBRMPA important to the Great Barrier Reef?
It is the Authority’s long term strategy for working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in protecting values and increasing co-management in the Marine Park. It is a significant step in honouring the knowledge and value of Traditional Owner connections to the Great Barrier Reef.
Who are the custodians of the Great Barrier Reef?
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority acknowledges the continuing sea country management and custodianship of the Great Barrier Reef by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Traditional Owners whose rich cultures, heritage values, enduring connections and shared efforts protect the Reef for future generations.
Why are traditional owners important to the Great Barrier Reef?
The Traditional Owner Reef Protection component is building the foundational pillars needed to deliver these aspirations, creating stronger Indigenous-led processes and the step-change needed for sustaining inclusive governance and management of the Reef, while recognising cultural values and diversity.
How are the mandubarra helping the Great Barrier Reef?
Through the development of educational tools and delivery of camps and other events, Mandubarra elders will share traditional wisdom and culture, transferring knowledge to young Traditional Owners and increasing awareness and respect of Mandubarra culture amongst the wider community.