Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Scientist-on-Heron-Island-27MZIF34UAMD.htmlConceptually similarGreat Barrier Reef Fact Finding Mission on Heron IslandGP0STO5TZCompleted★★★★Great Barrier Reef Fact Finding Mission on Heron IslandGP0STO5U0Completed★★★★Great Barrier Reef Fact Finding Mission on Heron IslandGP0STO5U1Completed★★★★Great Barrier Reef Fact Finding Mission on Heron IslandGP0STO5U2Completed★★★★Great Barrier Reef Fact Finding Mission on Heron IslandGP0STO5U3Completed★★★★Diving Action on Heron IslandGP0STO5TUCompleted★★★★★★★Abandoned Ship on Heron IslandGP0STO5TSCompleted★★★★★★Heron IslandGP0STO5TTCompleted★★★★★★Green Turtle on Heron IslandGP0STO5TQCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STO5TVScientist on Heron IslandPortrait of Heron Island Research centre scientist Annameke. The excursion to Heron Island is a fact finding mission to a research station there as part of Greenpeace's Save the Reef campaign.Locations:Australia-Great Barrier Reef-OceaniaDate:12 Dec, 2013Credit:© Dean Sewell / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4896px X 3264pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Darkness-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Portraits-Scientists-WomenShoot:Great Barrier Reef Under ThreatThe excursion of Australian Greenpeace's Queensland campaigner Louise Matthiesson and MY Esperanza captain Mike Fincken to Heron Island is a fact finding mission to a research station there as part of Greenpeace's Save the Reef campaign. Environment Minister Greg Hunt in Australia approves a massive and destructive dredging project at Abbot Point, just 50km north of the beautiful Whitsunday Islands. The approval is huge in both its size and impact. It would see some 3 million cubic metres of seabed ripped up at Abbot Point to make way for even more coal ships. The dredge spoil will then be dumped nearby inside the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.