We thank our collaborators for their generous support. We especially acknowledge Scenic World Blue Mountains for its flagship partnership with the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute.
The flagship partnership between Scenic World and the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute supports capacity building within the BMWHI and funds key projects such as a wildlife monitoring station, archaeological survey of the Ruined Castle Mining Village, and an education program for the tourism industry.
Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute Executive Director John Merson said the flagship Scenic World Shared partnership would extend the reach of the Institute’s work and translate to greater benefits for the community and environment.
“Scenic World Shared is a wonderful example of corporate philanthropy. Its generosity will make an enormous difference to our Institute’s ability to address the many environmental issues that confront both the Blue Mountains community and the World Heritage area in which we have the privilege to live and work,” Dr Merson said.
We also acknowledge and thank our other business partners and supporters, including:
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Circle
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Circle is a group of people who contribute skills, knowledge, experience and advice to the Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute. Its members are:
- Bob Debus
- Stuart Cohen
- Pauline Markwell
- Andy Small
- Anthony Lowe
- Sarah Lowe
- Peter Cochrane
- Dedee Woodside
- Barbara Lepani
- Les Robinson
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute is grateful for the pro bono skills and support provided by: NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Blue Mountains City Council, NSW Rural Fire Services, Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, CSIRO, NSW Department of Primary Industries, UNSW, UTS, Sydney University, Kirkton University WA, and the University of Melbourne.
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