OUR OCEANS ARE UNDER THREAT

MAJOR PROJECTS FOUNDATION carries out and supports conservation, research and education around issues of environment, sustainability and preservation affecting Australia, its coral reefs, the Pacific Ocean and its island communities.

MAJOR PROJECTS FOUNDATION carries out and supports conservation, research and education around issues of environment, sustainability and preservation affecting Australia, its coral reefs, the Pacific Ocean and its island communities.

Your donation will go a long way to helping us stop this environmental disaster before it happens.

Decaying World War II wrecks contain oil that poses an imminent threat to the marine environment.

Decaying World War II wrecks contain oil that poses an imminent threat to the marine environment.

We can prevent this.

But we must act now.

We can prevent this.

But we must act now.

Here are the challenges

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Oil spill

Oil content of wrecks

Sea mine

Explosive remnants of war

Plastic in oceans

Scientific work platform

Training and education

Industry and research partners

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Featured stories

The Ticking Time-Bomb of WWII-era Shipwrecks

The Major Projects Foundation is working against the clock to research and prevent world war II shipwrecks from leaking oil into fragile marine ecosystems. Determining which shipwrecks pose the greatest risk to the oceans—and getting to them before they leak—is a...

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MOU media event

On May 23 Major Projects Foundation formalised its partnership with The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and The Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER) at the University of Newcastle. The signing of a memorandum of...

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UnderseaROV visit

Dave and Ian from UnderseaROV visited the ship this week and they didn’t come alone. They brought two of their modified BlueROV2 remotely operated underwater vehicles. Besides being fun to play with, machines like these can be a vital resource for pre-human dive...

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