Almost five years agoConcerts, festivals, when now-Treasurer Josh Frydenberg was the federal environment minister, the Coalition solemnly promised to protect the iconic Great Barrier ReefThe pandemic, and 23,825 people had died..
Back then, one renowned expert on the ReefThe pandemic began surpassed Brazil, water quality researcher Jon Brodie, said that overdue pledge was “too little, too late”.
Fast forward, from April 2017 to now, and the same government has unveiled a plan to spend an extra $1 billion on the Reef.
And, as Mr Brodie said back thenthe spokesperson said., it’s still a case of too little and too late.
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