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Sources: Australian Library Government
Political Party Perspective : The Australian Liberal Government
The Great Barrier Reef
"The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s natural wonders and is the largest coral reef on Earth. It was placed on the World Heritage List in 1981 in recognition of its superb natural beauty and biological diversity."
Protecting Our Environment
"Australia will meet its global emissions target (of 26% to 28% below 2005 levels by 2030). We have an obligation to protect our environment for future generations. We must also ensure a strong economy, so the next generation can find jobs.
Adani's Carmichael Coal Mine Gets All-Clear From Federal Government
"One of the last major hurdles for the controversial Adani coal mine has been lifted, with the Federal Environment Minister approving the groundwater management plans. With a green light from the Queensland Government, construction can now begin on the mine north of the Galilee Basin."
The Coalition's Policy to Invest in Our Great Barrier Reef
"The World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef is Australia’s most treasured natural asset. It is our intergenerational responsibility to protect and improve the Reef ... "
Great Barrier Reef envoy calls for Liberal Party colleagues to do more on climate change
"Australia needs to do more to tackle climate change, especially during the coronavirus recovery, according to an influential member of the Morrison government ... "
"Climate change is the greatest threat to the Great Barrier Reef and coral reefs worldwide.
Climate change is caused by global emissions of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas), agriculture and land clearing ... "
Managing and protecting the Great Barrier Reef
"We all have a common goal—protecting and managing the Great Barrier Reef for current and future generations. The Australian and Queensland governments are jointly investing approximately $200 million annually in the reef’s health ... "