The Intervention Risk Review Group (IRRG) is an independent, inter-disciplinary expert group established to consider this risk and provide guidance advice on risk assessment.
The Program’s Stakeholder Advisory Group is a forum for stakeholders and rights-holders in the Great Barrier Reef community to provide advice and insights to Program decision-makers.
The Restoration and Adaptation Traditional Owner Technical Working Group contribute diverse skillsets, experience and professional expertise to identify and create outcomes that have co-benefits to Traditional Owners of the Reef and Catchment areas.
RRAP’s community panels seek to draw on diverse community perspectives and aspirations for the Reef and its management. The panels explore a new way of involving community members in a longer-term and deeper discussion with scientists and reef managers about proposed novel reef interventions.