Coalition’s $1 billion pledge for Great Barrier Reef

Coalition investment includes funding for water quality projects, pest management and reef science

A re-elected Coalition would pour $1bn into Great Barrier Reef conservation projects over the next decade, the government says, just months after campaigning to prevent the reef being listed as “in danger” by the world heritage committee.

The announcement, to be made by the prime minister, Scott Morrison, in north Queensland on Friday, comes a fortnight after Labor pledged $163m to protect the natural wonder. It highlights the reef as a key election fight in the Cairns electorate of Leichhardt.

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(SOURCE) https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jan/28/morrison-government-announces-1bn-pledge-for-great-barrier-reef-over-the-next-decade

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