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More awards for Project Reef Life

Nov 25, 2019
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More awards for Project Reef Life

Project Reef Life are extremely honoured to have been awarded the Terry Healy Coastal Project Award at the NZ Coastal Society’s Conference in Invercargill last week. Previous winners include NIWA & Ministry for the Environment.

Project Reef Life are extremely honoured to have been awarded the Terry Healy Coastal Project Award at the NZ Coastal Society’s Conference in Invercargill last week. This Award acknowledges the achievement of a project which has made a significant contribution to New Zealand's coastal and marine environment and is awarded in memory of the late Professor Terry Healy who's outstanding contributions to science have been acknowledged with a Queen’s Birthday honour, a University of Waikato Medal and life membership of the New Zealand Coastal Society.

Previous winners have been

2018 – NIWA & Ministry for the Environment: Coastal Hazards and Climate Change: Guidance for Local Government

2017 - Living at the Edge: Transforming Margins. The University of Auckland, Hawkes Bay Regional Council, GNS Science, NIWA, Victoria University of Wellington, Massey University, Lincoln University.

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