Maritime companies & Seafarers can find information and training materials to help in achieving 'clean and green' objectives. Ships entering Australia can receive a DVD outlining the nature of Australian waters and their obligations and responsibilities under law. By joining AUSMEPA, you join the ranks of industry’s strongest supporters and demonstrate your individual and corporate commitment to responsible practices and to the preservation of the marine environment..
AUSMEPA’s newest venture in the marine environmental space involves the development of a Maritime Emissions Portal, a web based portal that will provide shipping emissions data to sustainability-minded organisations. The MEP will allow the development of priority projects aimed at reducing ship-sourced emissions, to create transparency & facilitate change surrounding the health & sustainability of communities and our marine environment”.
Teachers will find everything they need to engage their students in a marine unit of work. Included are Australian Curriculum links. Request free posters. Download Indigenous readers and activities. Provide your students with age appropriate research materials. Your students develop leadership skills as they to design their own conservation projects.
Welcome to our marine website. We hope you can use our material to get more enjoyment from our magnificent sea and coastal areas. You will find lots of ways to explore our marine environment and also help to protect it.
You can support AUSMEPA in a number of ways either through individual membership, corporate sponsorship or public donations.Signup for a membership today.
The Australian Marine Environment Protection Association (AUSMEPA) provides free educational resources on this website to help teachers plan and undertake a unit of work about key marine environmental issues, including climate change and stormwater pollution.
AUSMEPA thanks SAL Qld Committee for kindly sponsoring the development of this website
Read all the latest news in protecting Australia’s marine environment direct from the AUSMEPA.
The theme for National Science Week for 2020 is called Deep Blue, investigating how humanity can use the oceans sustainably into the future. There is a strong focus on new ...
20 August 20
WA hit by massive coral beaching event The Western Australian coral reefs have escaped land-based pollution compared to Queensland. With a low population and no intensive agriculture in this WA region, ...
19 August 20
AUSMEPA’S Executive Officer Julie Nash, is proud to announce DIANA SHIPPING SERVICES SA as the most recent company to join the Ship Membership Scheme for ships; • M/V ALIKI • M/V BALTIMORE • ...
11 November 19
The AUSMEPA was choosen as a 2016 Google Impact Challange Finalist. It was one of 10 Australian organisations awarded funds by Google to help bring their ideas to life.