Australia’s coral reefs threatened by climate change Osprey Reef in the Coral Sea near the Great Barrier Reef. Picture: Lindsay Moller Source: The Australian SHOCKING evidence has been released claiming that nearly all of Australia's coral reefs are at risk of being wiped out in less than two decades. The report by the World Resources Institute claims that by 2030, 90 per cent of Australia's reefs will suffer from the overwhelming effects of climate change like warmer seas and acidification. It also outlines the threat to the rest of the world's......

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