The Great Barrier Reef Foundation has partnered with international gaming-for-good leaders Sankari Studios to launch a new video game so anyone with a smartphone can help protect the Great Barrier Reef.
The game is free to download and play from the App Store and the GooglePlay Store. Players earn points by exploring underwater ecosystems, managing resources, completing quests and combating threats. The game also acts as an educational tool, providing insights to players about the threats facing the Reef as they conquer various levels.
Philanthropists convert in-game points into real-world funding that goes directly towards the Foundation’s work to regenerate 250 hectares of critical seagrass meadows on the Reef. The more people play, the more funding goes to helping the Reef survive the impacts of climate change.
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In 2018, Lendlease committed to a 10-year partnership with the Great Barrier Reef Foundation (GBRF), to support their Reef Islands Initiative (RII). The RII delivers collaborative programs on the ground and in the water to protect and restore critical high-value island habitats. Over the course of the partnership, GBRF will work across 5 distinct islands within the Great Barrier Reef ecosystem with the support of not only Lendlease, but the Australian Government’s Reef Trust, the Queensland Government and the Fitzgerald Family Foundation. The Reef Islands Initiative is the largest reef habitat rehabilitation project in the Southern Hemisphere.