Many of the proposed interventions being researched and developed by RRAP will include activities that have not previously been considered within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.
The RRAP Regulatory Subprogram aims to help develop a robust and enabling regulatory environment for reef restoration and adaptation, and a world-leading regulatory and policy best-practice for reef adaption and restoration.
Photo by Juergen Freund, courtesy of AIMS.
This subprogram is being delivered by a single project, which will investigate and enhance capacity of existing regulatory and policy frameworks for novel interventions on the Great Barrier Reef, in consideration of RRAP Research and Development and subsequent deployment of interventions.
Budget: $2.7 million ($1.8 million Reef Trust Partnership)