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New data shows Reef-protecting bushland still being cleared due to legal loophole
Real reason to worry about sharks in Australian waters this summer: 1 in 8 are endangered
Weak climate goals make new Reef 2050 Plan blueprint for rapid Reef decline
Reform fishing to help sustainable seafood become more available and increase choice in SE Queensland
Queensland Shark Management Plan shows tide is turning on lethal shark control
Support GoodFish restaurants and sustainable seafood this festive season
Tips for sustainable Christmas
Queensland recycling investment will help ocean plastic pollution crisis
Second wave of plastic bans proposed for ACT, QLD and SA
In major announcement, WA Government commits to protect Exmouth Gulf, signalling end to industrial threats
Labor’s climate policy builds momentum but stronger 2030 target needed for our Reef
Great Barrier Reef set to benefit as laws tackling water pollution continue to roll out
Outdated science can’t muddy Reef’s water quality
Australia failing to meet plastic reduction targets, new report shows
NSW whales and seabirds beneficiaries of new plastic laws
COP26: Still hope for Reef but time is running out
Morrison government attempting to water down World Heritage climate policy with revisions
Reef bleaching findings show urgency required on emissions reductions
We must fight harder for our Great Barrier Reef as global icon reaches 40 years of World Heritage
2030 is target our Reef needs
Great Barrier Reef winner as bid to repeal vital water laws is rejected
Fish stocks report shows urgent reforms needed to counter climate crisis impacts
Australia 7th in global rankings for plastic reduction
Christmas and Cocos Islands Marine Park plans major step forward for global conservation
Reef 2050 plan must be strengthened before it is released
Marine conservationists welcome $3m to help tackle water pollution in our Reef
Marine conservationists support Indigenous Rangers on unique sawfish rescue missions
Good, bad, ugly – extinction risk report can inform conservation of Australia’s sharks and rays
Ocean conservationists welcome Australia’s support for global plastics treaty
National ad campaign launched on risks to Exmouth Gulf humpback whales from proposed Gascoyne Gateway industrial port
Conservation of sawfish threatened following Barra committee exclusion
Queensland scallop fishery remains open despite major sustainability concerns
Nearly 40% of world’s shark and rays threatened with extinction, new study reveals
Up to 20,000 sharks saved per year under new Queensland fisheries rules
Shark nets return despite opposition from local councils
Biggest changes to Queensland fisheries in decades will improve sustainability
Queensland turtles winners thanks to ban on plastic
EPA calls for protection of Exmouth Gulf in highly anticipated report
Avoidable humpback whale entanglement in Gold Coast follows ignored scientific recommendation to remove shark nets
IPCC report shows time to save Reef is now
Australia must slash climate pollution this decade
Tracker reveals 139 more marine animals trapped in Queensland shark nets and drumlines since May
MR Queensland Government Climate Action Plan – welcome news for our Reef
New finning report reveals Australia’s participation in unsustainable, global shark fin trade
Fish size study shows benefits of marine sanctuaries
Heat is on Australia to act on climate following World Heritage Reef decision
Hollywood actors, former presidents and leading scientists join calls to save Great Barrier Reef
AIMS data shows limited reprieve for Reef but unless climate action is taken, Reef’s future is ‘in danger’