AAP: Australia is unlikely to meet water quality targets designed to protect the Great Barrier Reef, researchers from the federal government’s marine science agency have warned. Scientists, including two from the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), have published a study that says current efforts to reduce pollution run-off into the reef’s waters are not enough to meet set targets. Their findings, published in the Global Change Biology journal on Sunday, came as the Queensland government......
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Great Barrier Reef pollution control efforts ‘not enough to meet targets’
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