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Jesse Matheson 1h
Can someone tell me when the next mass national protest to save the will be held?
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James Cook Uni 2h
JCU scientists turn up some good news for reef fish.
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Steve Hunter 2h
Replying to @travelskills
the its like being on another planet
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RICH HOLBORN 2h
A few snaps from last weekends trip to the
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David R. Howell 9h
I hope those observing have had a great one reflecting on the remarkable cultural & natural treasures found across the planet. Be it likely accidental damage @ to systematic environmental impacts on the , is vulnerable.
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Steve Hunter 2h
the just do it...bring an underwater camera I highly recommend the Tough TG-4
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Jim Kershaw Apr 15
Bucket list day ahead
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Terry Hughes Apr 15
A failure of environmental governance: This flotilla of coal ships lies at anchor within the World Heritage Area, where replenishment of juvenile crashed by 89% in 2018 due to anthropogenic global heating.
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Indiana Environmental Reporter 4h
According to a new study published in , there is a limit to the amount of damage the reef can withstand, and the coral is not doing well.
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Gabe Saglie 8h
A8 The is a pilgrimage for so many water buffs, but for a neat alternative, get to in Western , a remote 160-mi. long teeming w/humpback , , manta rays and tropical , as well as the elusive whale shark!
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Shauneen Wilson Apr 17
Hands down one of the best experiences...snorkelling on the 🐠🇦🇺
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350Australia Apr 14
Radical and urgent is needed to safeguard the – 1.5 degrees is critical to the Reef's survival, a threshold that scientists say requires shutting down . 🛑🌊
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Dr Andy Lewis Apr 13
One tiny crevice bursting with life on our Great Barrier Reef. Far too precious to lose through inaction on climate change. Vote 1 for ICAN this election.
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Nicholas Cole ⛩️ 11m
Just learned the Australian gov has donated ONLY $500mil to save the GREAT BARRIER REEF OVER 6 YEARS! @ The…
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Am Geophysical Union 8h
In JGR Oceans: calcification and production after the 2016 bleaching event at Lizard Island, .
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Andrea Feczko 8h
A7 Dream trip to : + with a Chris Hemsworth look-a-like. I'm a simple girl
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Angry Granny 14h
Replying to @johnlittle
We are about to lose the Great Barrier Reef to climate change. 450m was pledged to it... really just a scam to line the pockets of select donors and friends of the Liberals. Humanity is simply too dumb to survive.
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John Englart EAM Apr 17
Brilliantly said, without even mentioning there is no plan to save the iconic from climate impacts. Notre Dame: we can't even burn a building down without everyone carrying on like idiots any more | First Dog on the Moon
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Touring Treasures 11h
There’s nothing quite as breathtaking as soaring over the world’s largest reef system, Australia’s . Sink your toes into ’s whitest sand with us:
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🌏 Aussierific 🥚 Apr 15
If only there was half the grief, & pledged financial support for the killing of the that there is for the Notre Dame cathedral. I'm always happy to see humanity coming together, but it's like grieving for your favourite chair when your whole house is on fire.
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