$60 Million Wasted On Great Barrier Reef Projects, Plastic Pollution Affect Corals and Diversity May Help Protect The Antarctic Sea (Ocean Talk Friday)

By February 2, 2018 Ocean News
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On today’s episode for Ocean Talk Friday, I discuss 3 stories that I think you should know about: 1) The Australian Government may be wasting $60 Million on ineffective projects, according to expert panel; 2) Scientists determine plastic pollution can kill corals; and, 3) New Antarctic Sea expedition could provide the evidence necessary to protect 1.8 million square kms of diverse habitat.

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