Townsville Rivers and Wetlands Health will be the subject of a new annual ticket for innovation to identify "priority areas" for improvement.
The Government of the State has committed $ 520.00 for more than two years in the Environment and Environment and Leeanne Enoch Internal Leeanne Enoch announced Tuesday.
"The New Waters Healthy for the Tropical Dry Partnership brings together government, local community representatives, traditional owners, farmers, scientists, tour operators and others to improve the health of the local routes reached the Great Barrier Reef," said Enoch.
"Our Government is in the process of facing two major threats to the Great Barrier Reef: climate change and poor water quality."
Dr. Di Tarte, new director of the new report, said that the new report card would make progress in the improvement of the dryland channels.
"By providing detailed information on local road navigation, we can identify priority areas to do actions and make community changes," said Tarte.
"Our pilot report card will be in April next year."
In Townsville, Enoch also met the first deputy minister of Belize, Patrick Faber, to discuss the challenges of managing heritage heritage.
"The Great Barrier Reef is the world's coral reef system, and the Belize Barrier Reef is the second reef system," Ms Enoch said.
"Together with the Belize Government, we want to minimize the effects of Climate Change and protect the Barnetegi's Great Reef and the Belize Barrier Reef System protected by future generations.
"Removed from the recently designated World Heritage Sites, Belize has also taken steps to improve and protect reefs."
Ms Enoch also announced that former US vice president Al Gore would visit Queensland to run next year's climate change leadership training event.
Over 1000 people from Australia and the Pacific are expected to meet the three-day event of Brisbane Climate Reality Project.
"I talked to Al Gore in September when I participated in the Global Climate Action Summit and brought it to the Queensland Climate Project," said Enoch.
"This important event will provide training for companies and community leaders to carry out climate change actions.
"Climate change is a key challenge for our planet today, and it is critical that we combine urgent and powerful action to reduce our carbon pollution."
Originally $ 520 worth of Reef sponsorship in Townsville