SYDNEY • Scientists have again sounded the alarm about Australia's imperilled Great Barrier Reef, saying that by the 2030s, it could see devastating mass bleachings as often as every two years unless greenhouse gas emissions are drastically reduced.
"This would effectively sign the death certificate of one of the world's largest living marine structures," said Dr Martin Rice, acting chief executive of the Climate Council, a publicly funded Australian research institute.
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