Environment

The world’s first flying hydrogen-powered boat

By Andrew Bedggood In a remarkable advance in boating technology, after previous teams of students from TU Delft (Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands)

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GOLD COAST CITY MARINA & SHIPYARD – CLOSING THE LOOP ON WASTE AND ESTABLISHING A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

The award-winning Gold Coast City Marina & Shipyard (GCCM) is yet again setting standards in the Australian marine industry. After partnering with the Centre for

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Present-day Saltwater Stories

Story by Roselle Tenefrancia In the six years that we have been involved in publishing stories around recreational boating on the Kombumerri country (Gold Coast)

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More Than Just Picking Up Rubbish

Interview by Roselle Tenefrancia Ocean Crusaders Foundation was founded in 2010 after seeing dead turtles caught in rubbish. These environmental crusaders strive to educate people,

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Evolution of the Gold Coast Seaway & Broadwater

The Gold Coast Seaway, also known as Southport Seaway, is one of the two main tidal inlets on Australia’s east coast that serves as the

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Moreton Bay: A Unique Jewel of International Significance

Moreton Bay and its catchments is one of Australia’s most important coastal and cultural resources. The Bay is a popular recreational asset due to its

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The Spit Master Plan for Boaties

The Spit has been a contested space for a number of years, and a source of tension between community, residents, industry and business groups. After

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Biosecurity in Queensland

Recently, Biosecurity Queensland has announced that an exotic marine pest, known as white colonial sea squirt, has been detected in Queensland. According to the general

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Sharks and Rays of Moreton Bay

The waters off the Gold Coast are alive with some of Australia’s most diverse and abundant marine species. While so many of us may shiver

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Storm Surge Modelling

Storm-surge modelling can be a tool for State decision-makers not only during extreme weather events, but also for future planning and operational disaster management, as

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