Marine and fisheries experts visit Darwin
Dr Daniely Pauly and Professor Jessica Meeuwig were in Darwin recently to talk to locals, decision-makers, and scientists to talk about marine conservation and fisheries.
In the news
The resounding community voice to Keep Top End Coasts Healthy is growing louder. Our ABC TV story last week showed Traditional Owners, divers, tourism operators, recreational fishers and former commercial fishers standing together calling for this Strategy to deliver strong management outcomes that will keep our Top End coasts healthy. Watch the story here.
Our Film "Saltwater Secrets"
Saltwater Secrets, produced by award-winning filmmakers Bluebottle Films, explores our incredible Top End coasts, the threats they are currently facing, and the fishers, tourism businesses and local communities coming together to protect them. Saltwater Secrets is showing at various community events throughout the year.
NT Economic Summit prime time to deliver on Coasts Election Promise
Safeguards to prevent permanent damage to vital coastal and marine areas are essential if the new Economic Development Framework is to avoid repeating past mistakes. The Keep Top End Coasts Healthy (KTECH) alliance said the draft Economic Development Framework is light on detail about how it will achieve growth opportunities while also protecting the environment and the Top End’s enviable lifestyle.
We Are Hiring!
Do you have a passion for the Top End? Is the unique coastal lifestyle of the Northern Territory important to you? Keep Top End Coasts Healthy is hiring, and is your chance to lead the delivery of the Keep Top End Coasts Healthy campaign!
Watch our film Saltwater Secrets now!
Saltwater Secrets, produced by award-winning filmmakers Bluebottle Films, explores our incredible Top End coasts, the threats they are currently facing, and the fishers, tourism businesses and local communities coming together to protect them.
Port Melville Federal Court Decision
The Federal Court has found that the decision to allow Port Melville on the Tiwi Islands to operate as a marine supply base should NOT have gone ahead without an environmental assessment.
Environment groups welcome new Territory Government
The Keep Top End Coasts Healthy alliance has today welcomed the new Territory Government and called for swift action to progress a plan for the protection of the Top End’s coasts and lifestyle.
Darwin Harbour hit by further pollution
Urgent action is needed to tackle the Darwin Harbour oil spill. Following the 30 km oil spill in Darwin Harbour, our team went out on Saturday to collect these samples. We call on the Government and EPA to find out exactly what is out there.
Want to know where the major parties stand on protecting our Top End Coasts?
Our 2016 Election Promise Tracker breaks down the marine and coastal policy commitments made by the major parties.