We are funding $8 million in projects delivering innovative solutions for lower-cost biodiversity monitoring under the Innovative Biodiversity Monitoring grants.
Grants have been awarded to:
- Australian National University
- University of Tasmania
- Australian Museum
- University of New South Wales
- World Wide Fund for Nature Australia
- Australian Wildlife Conservancy
- Indigenous Desert Alliance
- Charles Darwin University
- University of New England
- University of Queensland
- Watergum Community Inc.
The grants support the establishment of the Nature Repair Market and will support the integrity of market outcomes.
Projects funded by these grants will:
- provide innovative biodiversity baseline assessment and monitoring technologies and approaches for use in the Nature Repair Market
- support confidence in the integrity of the market
- lower the costs of project monitoring
- deliver a range of monitoring technologies and approaches for use across Australia.