Even in so called “Super Corals” temperature is still Kryptonite
Energy, News, and Climate / Marine Life / Marine Preservation / Policy / Science

Even in so called “Super Corals” temperature is still Kryptonite

Can corals survive climate change? This is a question on the minds of many environmentalists and researchers these days. The short answer is: probably, but coral reefs as we know them likely cannot. Every coral may not go extinct, but reefs are degrading and will continue to do so if the status quo is not … Continue reading

Is the Abbot Point expansion toxic to the Great Barrier Reef?
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Is the Abbot Point expansion toxic to the Great Barrier Reef?

Unlike many other environmental concerns, threats to the Great Barrier Reef are widely acknowledged beyond the scientific community. The average person may not be able to articulate exactly why the reef is at risk, but he has an idea that survival of the colorful, otherworldly seascape he remembers from so many documentaries is far from … Continue reading

Shark cull in Western Australia: When policy laughs in the face of logic
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Shark cull in Western Australia: When policy laughs in the face of logic

By now I’m sure you’ve heard that the government of Western Australia has decided to pursue a shark cull. The government supported program allows for the killing of sharks in Western Australian waters, including threatened Great Whites. There have been reports of people shooting sharks, but most of the culling will be done be baiting … Continue reading