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Connected by a shared passion of the ocean and desire to protect it, Belinda Baggs, Kimi Werner and Wayne Lynch embarked upon a sailing journey along Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Together they explored the reef and experienced personally how something as vast and wonderful as the Great Barrier Reef can at the same time be entirely vulnerable.
The largest living structure on earth, the reef provides habitats for thousands of species. The reef, however, is under threat. Currently almost half of its coral has been lost or damaged, most of this in some way attributable to human impact, the biggest single factor being climate change.
Time is fast running out. Our actions today will decide the fate of the reef tomorrow.
Listen along here as Belinda Baggs, Kimi Werner and Wayne Lynch chat about their connected passion for the ocean and a desire to protect it.
Ask Australia’s Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, to protect our Great Barrier Reef and stop Adani’s giant coal mine!
Our Reef is in crisis. Nearly half the corals have died in the last two years due to heat stress caused by global warming.
This is a national emergency. But, instead of tackling climate change, the Australian government is pushing through one of the world’s largest coal mines - inland of our Reef! It even wants to give giant coal corporation Adani $1 billion loan in taxpayers’ money to build their Reef-wrecking mine.
The window to save our Reef is closing FAST. We need you!
Sign the Australian Marine Conservation Society’s petition today by entering and submitting the information requested below and help Fight For Our Reef.
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“As humans we have such a huge impact on the whole ecosystem, that’s really evident out here on the Great Barrier Reef.”
“I don’t understand how anyone could be knowingly destroying the environment knowing that their future family could suffer because of it.”
“If we are all able to not separate ourselves from our natural world; to become a part of it and find more simple ways to connect, a lot of the problems would naturally be resolved.”