Australia’s Kakadu wetlands ‘under climate threat’

Agence France-Presse: Rising sea levels linked to global warming will endanger Australia's World Heritage-listed Kakadu wetlands, according to a government report released Thursday as part of the campaign for a carbon tax. Prepared for the climate change department, the study found Kakadu was "one of Australia's natural ecosystems most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change", with higher oceans a "serious risk" to its ecosystem. Monsoon rainforests, mangroves and woodlands would suffer and unique turtle, fish,......

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