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Great Barrier Reef valued at $42.5 billion

SYDNEY - Australia's Great Barrier Reef, devastated by two consecutive years of coral bleaching, is valued at over A$56 billion (US$42.5 billion), making it "too big to fail," according to a report..
Bangkok Post

Worth of Australia&#039;s Great Barrier Reef valued at US $42 billion, study says &#039;it&#039;s too big to fail&#039;

The study, based on six months' analysis, comes as the reef suffers an unprecedented second straight year of coral bleaching due to warming sea temperatures linked to climate change with the problems..
Zee News

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News video: Australia's Great Barrier Reef Is Worth $42B

Australia's Great Barrier Reef Is Worth $42B 00:51

The world’s billionaires list is getting another addition, but it’s not a person… it’s the great barrier reef. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).
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News video: Coral Bleaching Damages Almost All 29 Coral Reefs On U.N. World Heritage List

Coral Bleaching Damages Almost All 29 Coral Reefs On U.N. World Heritage List 00:58

According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the global coral bleaching event, which has been devastating the world's coral reefs since 2015, has come to an end. However, after..
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News video: How Florida’s dying coral reef might devastate the economy in the Keys

How Florida’s dying coral reef might devastate the economy in the Keys 03:45

Warming waters and disease are killing the coral that makes up the world’s third largest barrier reef.
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News video: Coral Bleaching Season Coming to An End

Coral Bleaching Season Coming to An End 00:57

Coral has been bleaching all over the world's oceans, but now that might be over.
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News video: The World's Worst Coral Bleaching Event Is Likely Over

The World's Worst Coral Bleaching Event Is Likely Over 00:47

It can take years for corals to recover after just one bleaching event; some reefs around the globe experienced three.
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Study values Great Barrier Reef in the billions

The Great Barrier Reef is worth 12 times more than the Sydney Opera House, at least according to a report commissioned by a charity protecting the natural wonder, hit by severe coral bleaching in..
Deutsche Welle

3-year global coral bleaching event is finally over

3-year global coral bleaching event is finally over
About three-quarters of the world's delicate coral reefs were damaged or killed by hot water in what scientists say was the largest coral catastrophe.
MailOnline

Great Barrier Reef being killed by coral bleaching, Unesco warns

United Nations agency says 'progress toward achieving water quality targets has been slow.'
Independent Also reported by •MailOnline

Satellites capture coral bleaching in Great Barrier Reef

satellites capture coral bleaching in great barrier reef
The corals of the Great Barrier Reef have undergone two bleaching events in successive years, raising experts' concerns about coral reef survival under global-warming induced events.
MailOnline Also reported by •ESA

Two-thirds of Great Barrier Reef damaged

two-thirds of great barrier reef damaged
Scientists say coral bleaching has damaged the World Heritage site for two years in a row
BBC News

Damage to Great Barrier Reef 'unprecedented'

damage to great barrier reef 'unprecedented'
Coral bleaching has hit two-thirds of Australia's Great Barrier Reef within two years, surveys show.
BBC News

Great Barrier Reef: Two-thirds damaged in 'unprecedented' bleaching

great barrier reef: two-thirds damaged in 'unprecedented' bleaching
Coral bleaching has hit two-thirds of Australia's Great Barrier Reef within two years, surveys show.
BBC News

Huge coral bleaching event in South China Sea warns of global devastation triggered by climate change, suggests study

Temperature rises in South China Sea have decimated coral at an unexpected rate
Independent

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