seeking to restore degraded seascapes and biodiversity within Sydney Harbour

Project Restore will be amongst the first, globally, to move beyond habitat-by-habitat restoration, to provide an example of how multi-habitat restoration can be conducted at seascape scale to not only maximise ecological but also socio-economic benefits.

Socio-economic survey: Share Your Experience

SIMS, together with researchers from University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the University of Woollongong (UOW) are interested in the potential social and economic benefits which may come from Project Restore.

This research creates a monitoring framework for social and economic values generated by the habitat restoration work of Project Restore.

Your responses help us to know what the social and economic benefits of restoration is. The feedback from the survey will help to inform researchers at SIMS and the NSW State Government how to design future restoration projects.

Find out more and fill in the survey here.