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David J Suggett Jun 19
Coral Nurture Program launched today by and - Exciting new partnership between research and operators advancing reef stewardship using new tech to boost coral abundance Training day - website live soon!
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Sanjay Mistry 43m
Great snorkeling and diving in the with team. Superb and friendly team. I cannot recommend more. A must DO in Cairns.
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Tree Hugger Travel Jun 16
➟ Great Barrier Reef 🐟 --- This incredible place is our NO.1 place to visit in 🇦🇺 --- Is on your bucketlist? Talk to our team! We'll make your dreams come true 💚 . 📷by: Mark Fitz Photography
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Travel Instinct Jun 19
Spending by international visitors to Australia grew 5% to $44.3 billion in the year to March 30, according to the latest Tourism Australia report.
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PADI Jun 18
"Have you ever seen this many turtles all at once? It’s the yearly migration into the far north of the !" - IG user christian_miller_photo
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Travel2Next Jun 14
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Terry Hughes Jun 17
Replying to @JohnFBruno @Gamfeldt
At 50 cents per coral, it would cost $25 billion to replace the corals that died on the from heat extremes in 2016 and 2017.
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Dr Sally 💦 Jun 18
In the last 30 years, my daughters lifetime, half the coral has disappeared I hate the Goverments that are destroying all the sustaining beauty of our world. They are not godly. If they were they could not destroy what we have been given.
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Dr Suzanne Long Jun 16
Such a pleasure to snorkel on interesting & very healthy inshore corals with Frankland Islands Reef Cruises near last week. Survivors of the mass bleaching events in 2017 are doing well!
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Terry Hughes 3h
The first step in any restoration project is to remove the causes of degradation - otherwise, history will repeat itself. To secure a future for the we need to reduce emissions and fix water quality. Then, the Reef could repair itself.
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Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef 4h
Beautiful images of Lady Musgrave Island on the southern 😍
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Terry Hughes 9h
By supporting new thermal coal mines, "Australia’s ‘commitment’ to the is simply a smokescreen.”
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Renee Gruber Jun 18
Buoy coming on board during Russell-Mulgrave mooring retrieval on . Instruments have spent 4 months at sea and are ready for a download! Part of the Marine Monitoring Program 🚢
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Lauren Jun 21
See the Reef before the LNP kill it off
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Peter Clarke 3h
I have seen the degradation of the with my own eyes, over time. Esp the northern sections north of Cooktown. I cannot recognise the reef fringing Lizard Island anymore. Most in Oz simply don’t realise the truth of it. It’s hidden.
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David Butteriss Jun 17
Great Barrier Reef is always nice to visit.
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Terry Hughes Jun 20
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Terry Hughes Jun 20
Of course, coral reefs will succumb long before the return-time of severe bleaching shrinks to every summer - because it takes a decade to recover. We've already seen back-to-back bleaching for the first time on the in 2016/7.
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Daniel Edwards Jun 21
Turtles undertaking their yearly migration into the far north of the 🤩
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DesignApplause 5h
The Adani coal mine project begins initial construction to open up the , 1 of the last known untapped coal reserves on earth near the READ:
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