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Natalie Davey Apr 28
They did it again, every year the Federal Government announces $500 million for the Great Barrier Reef, but it isn’t new money, it the same money just recycled again as a new announcement. No one in the media ever pulls them up for it. Thanks CBELL
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Australia May 25
In case you needed a little reminder of how beautiful the is, here's one from just a few days ago 😍 (via IG/justinjamespictures)
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Dayna Thompson May 2
As long as the Galilee Basin coal mines are still alive, the Great Barrier Reef is dead. Fight for our reef.
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Gus Fordyce May 10
Jumping on board the train, here's a weird and lumpy porcupine ray getting pampered by a cleaner wrasse in the southern
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Robert Irwin Apr 25
🐋 It was a privilege to photograph this spectacular humpback whale on the
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Terry Hughes May 12
Government-sanctioned destruction of the continues.
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Paul Dutton May 12
Australians should sue this govt for its decisions that continue to destroy our
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Andrew Laird May 12
Swaths of native forest near Great Barrier Reef set to be bulldozed (If approves this crime against nature he should hang his head in shame! 👎 ) via
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Lucy Rosamund May 13
A jaw dropping moment in Australian environmental governance: Giving a small NGO $444 million to save the reef. Not the CSIRO, not the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, not state or local governments. Just that one NGO.
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GreatBarrierReef Apr 28
The biggest single investment in a coral reef ecosystem - Australian Government invests $500M to build Reef's resilience. Our Chair John Schubert says, "Today’s investment brings real hope to the "
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Erica Betz May 21
At today there were lots of questions about the $444 million plans to grant to the with NO tender process! As pointed out this is highly unusual. Take a look at this thread to find out more.
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Terry Hughes May 21
God help the - "Corporate figures" to help decide Great Barrier Reef priorities under $444m grant
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Andrew Laird Apr 29
. and Haven’t you heard the old saying that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure? Any increase in funding for the health of the 🐠🐋 is welcome, but you are also doing your best to cook it with coal! 🏭😷
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Terry Hughes May 12
A transformation in governance, led by amateurs....
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Terry Hughes May 10
It would cost Trillions of $$$ to "re-grow" the millions of corals that died on the , in the latest (3rd) global bleaching event. We need to address the root cause, not pretend we can ignore climate change
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Víctor Huertas May 22
Hey, it’s ! This is a green turtle (Chelonia mydas) I photographed in the .
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Tim Stephens Apr 27
All pointless unless we get serious about cutting the emissions that are cooking and acidifying the
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Ray Martin May 21
Nice work if you can get it .... It really does begger belief Some 'Maaaates' are gunner save Our Great Reef Half a Bil for the boys Who drive the big toys Not a tender in sight What'a relief 🙄
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Terry Hughes May 22
Australia: While the declines rapidly due to global warming, a half billion tax payer dollars is awarded to a "foundation supported by the fossil fuel industry". via
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