I remember the first time I saw the Great Barrier Reef. It was in early November 1968. I had driven up from Sydney, parked my car in long-term parking in Gladstone, Queensland, and suffered through what seemed an eternity of… Read More »My Seven Perspectives on the Great Barrier Reef
The number caught my eye. Because of its immensity. Twenty-eight trillion tonnes. That is one hell of a lot of ice. On the 23rd of August, The Guardian reported that planet Earth had lost 28 trillion tonnes of ice since… Read More »Polar Regions Compete with Coral Reefs to Shout Out a Warning. Is Anyone Listening?
Back in March, I took a look at the state of climate change and the tasks facing nations if we are to limit average warming to 1.5oC. Those tasks were, and remain, demanding. Now we are enduring the covid-19 pandemic,… Read More »Is There Any Future for Coral Reefs?