by Lane,S., AM on Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Radio
14 December 2007
Even if the Bali meeting does agree on new, more aggressive cuts to carbon emissions, a group of eminent marine scientists says it may be too late to save the Great Barrier Reef and other reefs around the world. The 17 scientists, led by an Australian professor, say there's only one way to avoid massive marine dieback to coral reefs and that's to cut carbon emissions now. The group has published a paper about its predictions in today's edition of Science Magazine. Download the story in Audio or MP3 format from the ABC Radio website.