The effect of man-made climate change on our unique landscape is obvious, as new research believes that almost half of our coastline has been rapidly damaged by shifting weather patterns.
According to updated research, we could lose half of the species in the Daintree rainforest as a direct result of climate change.
While the Great Barrier Reef is currently subject to questionable political influence, this is nothing new. For as long as it’s been there, we’ve used it as a tool.
Everyone is currently losing their mind over Malcolm Turnbull handing over $444 million to his corporate pals in the name of the Great Barrier Reef. But, maybe we don’t get it.
Thursday? Already. Dang. Overnight, the Great Barrier Reef was battered by the obvious, Kanye West baited his non-fans and one man in Iceland invested in cryptocurrency. And a plane.
Make no mistake, the Great Barrier Reef is dying on our watch. Despite the efforts of our government to save it, those in power believe that it is not nearly enough.
Monday. Six letters, with the entirety of Hell inside them. What’s new? Well, the reef was killed by economists, Vlad had a man-date and there was injustice for Martha.
The Adani issue has been discussed from so many angles, we tend to lose sight of the bigger picture, and indeed what we can do about it.
With the Great Barrier Reef in severe danger, its time we faced up to the truth: We’re all environmentalists, and thusly we can all do something.