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Satellites capture coral bleaching in Great Barrier Reef

satellites capture coral bleaching in great barrier reef
The corals of the Great Barrier Reef have undergone two bleaching events in successive years, raising experts' concerns about coral reef survival under global-warming induced events.
MailOnline Also reported by •Terra Daily

India may look elsewhere for coal requirements: Aus minister

India could look elsewhere for its coal requirements if Queensland government delays its decision on a royalty holiday deal with the Indian energy giant Adani Group, Australian Resource Minister..
Deccan Herald

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News video: Red Sea's coral reef could be key in saving dying reefs- research

Red Sea's coral reef could be key in saving dying reefs- research 01:09

Scientists find that coral reef in the Gulf of Aqaba can tolerate rising sea temperatures which means that they could be used to reseed dying reefs elsewhere in the world.
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News video: Red Sea's coral reef could be key in saving dying reefs- research

Red Sea's coral reef could be key in saving dying reefs- research 01:09

Scientists find that coral reef in the Gulf of Aqaba can tolerate rising sea temperatures which means that they could be used to reseed dying reefs elsewhere in the world.
Source: Reuters Studio -

News video: Climate Change Activists 'Rickroll' ANZ Bank Branch to Urge Fossil Fuel Divestment

Climate Change Activists 'Rickroll' ANZ Bank Branch to Urge Fossil Fuel Divestment 00:35

Climate change activists on Friday, May 12, “rickrolled” an ANZ branch in Dunedin, New Zealand, entering the bank and singing the Rick Astley classic “Never Gonna Give You..
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News video: Looking to Escape Summer at Disney? Head To These Endangered UNESCO Heritage Sites

Looking to Escape Summer at Disney? Head To These Endangered UNESCO Heritage Sites 01:18

The United Nations has a running list of cultural and natural sites that are considered important to our society. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.
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News video: Is Disney Building a Robot Army? - News Stories You Missed This Week

Is Disney Building a Robot Army? - News Stories You Missed This Week 10:18

Is Japan drilling to the centre of the Earth? Why is McDonald’s letting you apply for jobs over Snapchat? Is it too late for the Great barrier Reef? Find the answers to these questions and more..
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Adani defers Carmichael coal mine investment decision

Indian energy giant Adani today deferred a final investment decision on its much-delayed 21.7 billion dollar Carmichael coal mine in Australia after the Queensland government failed to decide on..
Deccan Herald

Queensland offers Adani 'royalties holiday': Report

The Queensland government has offered Indian mining giant Adani a deal that would result in it paying just 2 million Australian dollar a year in royalties on its proposed Carmichael coal mine project..
Deccan Herald

Scientists discover that vinegar may help save the Great Barrier Reef

Common household vinegar may help protect Australia's iconic Great Barrier Reef by effectively and quickly killing the coral-munching crown-of-thorns starfish, scientists said today. The innovative..
DNA

Relief to the Great Barrier Reef with vinegar

The innovative method of killing crown-of-thorns starfish (CoTS) is safe to other marine life and will now be introduced on the reef.
Zee News

'Great Barrier Reef damage may cost USD 1 trillion globally'

Intensifying climate change remains the biggest threat to coral reefs around the world, with rising sea surface temperatures driving widespread bleaching events, according to the latest report by..
DNA

Do you know how much the Great Barrier Reef damage may cost?

Scientists this week announced that two-thirds of the Great Barrier Reef has been damaged by back-to-back severe bleaching events caused by record-breaking temperatures.
Zee News

Cyclone Debbie irrevocably damages healthiest part of Great Barrier Reef

This natural devastation is in addition to the human and economic toll of Cyclone Debbie.
DNA Also reported by •Zee NewsReuters India

Shocking truth about Great Barrier Reef! Two-thirds of world&#039;s largest coral system damaged in &#039;unprecedented&#039; bleaching

The combined impact of this back-to-back bleaching stretches for 1,500 km, leaving only the southern third unscathed  said professor Terry Hughes, Director of the James Cook University's Centre for..
Zee News

'Two-thirds of Great Barrier Reef hit by mass coral bleaching'

Two-thirds of Australia's iconic Great Barrier Reef has been damaged by back-to-back severe bleaching events caused by record-breaking temperatures, scientists warned today, adding the reefs affected..
DNA

'Zero recovery' for corals in back-to-back Australia bleaching

Coral bleached for two consecutive years at Australia's Great Barrier Reef has "zero prospect" of recovery, scientists warned today, as they confirmed the site has again been hit by warming sea..
DNA

Power of attraction may help protect Great Barrier Reef

In a breakthrough, scientists have found a new way that could help protect Australia's iconic Great Barrier Reef by using the powers of attraction to decimate one of the reef's fiercest enemies.
DNA

Potential precursor to another die-off

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia has long been one of the world's most magnificent natural wonders, so enormous it can be seen from space, so beautiful it can move visitors to tears. But the reef,..
Deccan Herald

Cyclone Debbie: Army assesses damage after storm 'absolutely smashes' north Australia

Resorts near the Great Barrier Reef got the short end of the stick
DNA

Cyclone Debbie lashes Australian coastal resorts; Authorities ask 30000 people to evacuate

cyclone debbie lashes australian coastal resorts; authorities ask 30000 people to evacuate
In Australia, coastal areas in northeast were battered by high winds and heavy rainfall today as a powerful cyclone, which prompted authorities to urge some 30,000 people to evacuate, hit island..
All India Radio

Thousands take shelter as Cyclone Debbie lashes Australian coastal resorts

Coastal areas in northeast Australia were battered by high winds and heavy rainfall on Tuesday as a powerful cyclone, which prompted authorities to urge some 30,000 people to evacuate, hit island..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

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