2022 marked another year of important environmental action to restore our iconic landscapes, protect our biodiverse ecosystems and prioritise climate action. In our 40th year, we have continued to deliver scientific programs across the country at pace, and have even begun to extend our work globally through critical UN discussions around climate change and biodiversity loss. In the 2022 Impact report, we have collected case studies, highlights and key results from the year to share with our valued community and supporters.
We are thrilled to share a summation of the impact that our team, partners, participants, and collaborators have contributed to over the course of the year:
- Hosted over 3,793 participants in our peer learning programs
- Over 30,000 hours of citizen science through data collection and education
- Created long-lasting behaviour change in 200,000+ students and teachers
- Worked with 157 collaborative partners to make a positive difference for the environment
Read our 2022 Impact Report to discover stories of success.