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Inquiry into Reef Science Condemned by Australia’s Peak Marine Conservation Group
Water Quality Laws will give our Great Barrier Reef a cleaner future
Calls for endangered listing of Tiger sharks as new study reports a 71% decline
Hope for dolphins with new strategy to cut deaths in gillnets, say marine conservationists
Fishing for endangered scalloped hammerhead sharks must stop until broken promises are fixed
Official D grade for Great Barrier Reef water quality shows urgent need for Queensland Government
Lack of protection for marine wildlife in Queensland Government’s fisheries reforms
Great Barrier Reef’s “very poor” outlook shows critical need for climate action
Great Barrier Reef’s “very poor” outlook is a catastrophe for global ocean icon
Society of coral scientists is clear on dangers of misinformation and polluted water to Great
Future of Great Barrier Reef needs to be on Council of Australian Governments agenda
Canegrowers PR Campaign Can’t Hide Facts On Great Barrier Reef’s Water Quality
Government must urgently step up ambition to protect coastal habitats from climate impacts
Major global study shows Australia’s shark hotspots need protection from industrial fishing
PM should respond to Reef Authority’s Climate Change Statement calling for Strong and Fast
Long term Reef Monitoring Report Waves Burning Red flag for our Reef, says AMCS
World Heritage Committee should push to cut fossil fuels and save iconic sites
Billboard messages from ocean lovers to hit Canberra on first day of Parliament
Australia must defend whales as Japan restarts commercial hunting
Risk assessment of marine wildlife shows needs for reform of Queensland’s biggest commercial
Japan’s commercial whale hunting risks international legal action, says new legal opinion
Great Barrier Reef tourists are understanding climate threat, finds research
Adani approval bad news for corals and wildlife on World Heritage Great Barrier Reef
Luxury destination and experience group Spicers Retreats joins GoodFish project to celebrate
Despair is not an option – Tim Winton
Adani mine risks a healthy Great Barrier Reef and existing tourism jobs
AMCS responds to QLD Premier’s Adani Announcement
Queensland Government Drops Court Action Against Adani on Reef Stormwater Discharge
Health of Great Barrier Reef and Ocean Wonders On Line at This Election
Peak Marine Conservation Group Releases Cairns Reef and Oceans Election Scorecard
Peak Marine Conservation Group Releases Reef and Oceans Election Policy Scorecard
Report reveals foreign-owned supertrawler threats to Australia’s fish stocks and marine
Coalition support for recycling welcome, but fails to tackle tide of plastic pollution
AgForce deleting data risks flushing knowledge to help Great Barrier Reef down drain
Footage released of dead marine life as shark nets removed from NSW beaches
Greens “Healthy Oceans” policy tackles major threats to our treasured marine life
New farm pollution laws for Great Barrier Reef cross key milestone, says AMCS
Labor announcement on Great Barrier Reef funds welcomed, but 1.5C warming limit is key
Tiny fine is another big reason to reject Adani’s coal mine
Australian chefs pledge to no longer serve unsustainable seafood
Federal MPs Have No Excuses for Sucking on Plastic Pollution with Delivery of 150 Reusable
Great Barrier Reef Tourism Operators Want Federal Candidates to Take Urgent Action
Love seafood? Find out how to eat it sustainably
Water quality laws will give Great Barrier Reef a fighting chance, says AMCS
Endangered hammerhead sharks being dumped by their thousands, new data reveals
Parties must deliver “cooler and cleaner oceans” this Federal election
Illegal shark finning in Great Barrier Reef shows need for observers on boats
Labor’s climate plan a step forward