Great Barrier Reef avoids 'danger' list
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Unesco has decided not to place the Great Barrier Reef on its official list of World Heritage sites "in danger." Unpredecented back-to-back coral bleaching events had intesified debate about whether Unesco should change the status of Australia's reef. Australia welcomed the decision as support for its consevation measures, but Unesco also made criticisms.
Great Barrier Reef avoids 'danger' list. (2017, July 7). Panay News, p. 12.
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