Saving The Great Barrier Reef
Joshua Jackson looks into the impacts of global warming on the world's largest coral reef system, The Great Barrier Reef. Even though reefs make up less than 1% of the ocean floor, they support a quarter of all marine species. The rising temperatures and ocean acidification is killing off reef systems at an alarming rate. What strategies can help prevent and even reverse the effects of climate change?
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