Scientists create innovative techniques to protect the Great Barrier Reef

Scientists create innovative techniques to protect the great barrier reef

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The United Nations will decide next year whether the Great Barrier Reef should be placed on an “in danger” list. Scientists have warned for years about the declining health of the world heritage site due to the increasing threats from climate change. That’s why they’re creating innovative techniques to better protect it. Greg Navarro has more.

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