“The most widespread coral bleaching event in recorded history”

The Great Barrier Reef has been called the largest living organism on earth, but now it is being severely threatened by climate change. This World Heritage Site, located off the eastern coast of Australia, is now dying, due to the effects of climate change.


Swathes of the Great Barrier Reef Suffers ‘Complete Ecosystem Collapse’

By Dominique Mosbergen

Huffington Post

July 25, 2016

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