|Major asset locations||Australia|
|Initial IFM investment||November 2010|
|Head office location||Brisbane, Australia|
Read more about IFM Investors and the Port of Brisbane.
Support for a waterway restoration project targeting environmental and social impacts
With the support of funding through IFM’s 2021 Community Grants Program, the Port of Brisbane is partnering with social enterprise and landcare group Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee to restore a degraded waterway in Brisbane. The project is expected to support the local ecosystem and wildlife, as well as create social benefits relating to educational and employment pathways for local high school students and other members of the community.
IFM community grant helping people develop much-needed skills, while cleaning up Brisbane’s waterways
IFM community grant funding is supporting the Port of Brisbane and Ocean Crusaders to expand a program to that is helping people develop skills for further employment, while cleaning up Brisbane’s waterways. The projects aims to remove significant debris from mangrove areas adjacent to the newly constructed Brisbane International Cruise Terminal (BICT) seawall - where litter is a significant issue impacting the environment and wildlife. The project aligns to the Port of Brisbane’s sustainability strategy, aiming to improve environmental and social conditions in the port’s community.