© Bill Pigot, Berry Landcare

2022 impact at a glance

Since being launched in 2007, the Great Eastern Ranges (GER) has grown to become one of the world’s largest connectivity conservation initiatives. Here is a short snapshot of the impact that was achieved through the initiative in 2022.

Hectares of improved connectivity
Hectares of improved connectivity
Organisations and groups contributing towards the GER vision
Organisations and groups contributing towards the GER vision
People engaged in conservation projects and activities
People engaged in conservation projects and activities
Private properties involved
Private properties involved
Threatened and regionally significant animal species supported through projects
Threatened and regionally significant animal species supported through projects
Sustainable Development Goals being advanced through GER
Sustainable Development Goals being advanced through GER
  • 2022 Impact Report

    Reflecting on 2022, we are again reminded of the vital role that collaboration and partnerships play in achieving effective connectivity conservation at scale. People stand at the very heart of everything we do, and our 2022 Impact Report seeks to share and celebrate their vital contributions and achievements.

"Seeing the evolution of great ideas taking shape, being moulded by great champions and slowly becoming realities on the ground, that is the story of GER."

Penelope Figgis AO

Penelope Figgis AO, Vice Chair for Oceania IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas

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