The great reef is not dead yet, as some people believed it was from reading the obituary posted in Outside Magazine. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in Australia contains coral reefs and marine habitats along a 2,300 kilometre stretch of the Queensland coast. In September 2019, the Queensland Government committed to new regulations that apply to agricultural, urban and industrial activities within Reef catchments to ensure they meet minimum pollution standards. Currently, somewhere between 4,000 and 6,000 tons of sunscreen enters coral reef areas around the world each year, according to the U.S. National Park Service. Marine heat waves caused by global warming are killing off the corals of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest reef system, according to a study. Stretching along the Queensland coast, the reef … Researchers in Queensland, Australia, found a … Great swathes of this natural wonder were … [1] However, the park is much more than coral reefs,… The magazine read, “The Great Barrier Reef of Australia passed away in 2016 after a long illness. That was how Australia's Great Barrier Reef was described recently by the body that manages it. Meanwhile our Reef is suffering. It was 25 million years old.” Once oil comes into contact with corals, it can kill them or impede their reproduction, growth, behavior, and development. A new study on the Great Barrier Reef says half its corals have died over the past 20 years—and the clock is ticking, NBC News reports. The entire reef ecosystem can suffer from an oil spill, affecting the many species of fish, crabs, and other marine invertebrates that live in and around coral reefs. That means the Great Barrier Reef is likely to be hit with conditions like this, on average, every second year in fewer than 20 years. The good news is that we secured an incredible opportunity to help our vulnerable Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is in grave danger. The rumors are true- well half true; we are killing Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Remi began talking, tentatively at first and then resolutely, about once again booking a trip to the Great Barrier Reef. Its coral reef ecosystem is the world's largest, and the park itself is larger than the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Holland combined. The twin perils brought by climate change, an increase in the temperature of the ocean and its acidity, if they continue to rise at the present rate the reefs will be gone within decades and that would be a global catastrophe. Climate Change Is Killing Coral On The Great Barrier Reef : The Two-Way The ecosystem has collapsed for 29 percent of the 3,863 reefs in the giant coral reef …