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We must act immediately to save the Great Barrier Reef

coral bleaching
‘Coral bleaching is incredibly serious, but reefs can recover. There is reason for hope, therefore. Hope, but not complacency.’ Photograph: HANDOUT/Reuters

This spiralling, three-dimensional coral maze is bleached for the second year in a row, but it can recover – if we act immediately

April 12, 2017 — And so it begins: the end of days. The Great Barrier Reef is bleaching for the second year in a row and now, according to the results of helicopter surveys released on Monday, it is the middle Continue reading We must act immediately to save the Great Barrier Reef