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New pictures show why commercial gill nets and dugongs don't mix
In a bold conservation approach, WWF-Australia wants people to chip in to buy and “retire” a commercial fishing licence in the northern Great Barrier Reef.
WWF-Australia and Koala partner to save marine turtles in the Great Barrier Reef.
The final boundaries released by the Federal Government for changes to marine parks confirm they will be the largest downgrading of protected area the world has ever seen.
WWF-Australia says the Federal Government’s announcement today of $60 million to protect the Great Barrier Reef is positive but nowhere near enough to meet Australia’s promise to the World Heritage Committee.
A new study reveals increasing temperatures are turning green turtle populations almost completely female in the northern Great Barrier Reef.
WWF-Australia has welcomed the promise that a re-elected Palaszczuk Government would deliver at least 50% renewable energy in Queensland by 2030.
WWF-Australia said the “Saving Habitat” policy announced today by the ALP if implemented “should end Queensland’s escalating tree-clearing crisis and send it into reverse”.
WWF-Australia today said there was a risk of increased pollution to the Great Barrier Reef attached to the LNP’s promise to build new dams in Queensland.
WWF-Australia has unveiled a plan with eight priority actions to conserve Queensland’s globally significant environment and unique plants and animals.
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WWF-Australia is dedicated to creating one of the largest dugong havens in the world, protecting water quality and seagrass habitat, and addressing global warming to protect their marine homes.
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