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The Wet Tropics Management Authority has called for urgent action against climate change, which is impacting the biodiversity of Queensland’s Wet Tropics Area.
The rare plant species of Queensland’s high altitude rainforests are under threat from climate change, prompting scientists to record what they can, while they can.
In December last year, the Nature Conservation Act was amended to allow the harvesting of crocodile eggs. Now, some scientists have slammed the decision as unscientific, opaque and lacking in details. But will the decision really impact croc populations?
Coral bleaching can occur with or without an El Niño event, prompting concerns from scientists that Queensland’s record- breaking heatwave increases the likeliness of a third mass bleaching event in just four years.
Is the planet’s worst environmental catastrophe already underway in the waters off the Queensland coast? Australian Geographic investigates the future of the Great Barrier Reef.