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As our planet and its oceans warm, coral reefs worldwide are experiencing bleaching — when the corals expel their food source and turn ghostly white.
Venice, the Great Barrier Reef, and other World Heritage Sites are threatened by rising seas, massive storms, and extreme heat. Take a look at the dam...
Vulnerable landmarks include the Great Barrier Reef, Statue of Liberty, and the entire city of Venice, Italy.
A new luxury cruise will take guests around the world to 6 continents in 117 days — here’s a look inside the ship, where suites cost up to...
Regent Seven Seas will take guests around the world in four months on a luxury cruise that kicks off on January 5, 2021.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most spectacular places on the planet — here’s what it looks like as it dies off
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most biodiverse places in the entire world, worth billions of dollars. But it's in real danger of being killed off. Burning fossil fuels is cranking up the heat, warming ocean waters faster than reefs can adapt. It's also causing seas to become more acidic.
Climate change poses a "current and existential national security risk" to Australia, according to an Australian Senate inquiry. The report said the Asia-Pacific region is "most vulnerable" to risks associated with climate change, that could increase the potential for conflict.
Half of the Great Barrier Reef has died since 2016 — but Australia’s $400 million attempt to save it doesn’t address the main proble...
Australia plans to spend more than $379 million to save the Great Barrier Reef. But experts think that since these initiatives don't fight climate change, they won't be enough to save the coral reefs.
Half of the Great Barrier Reef has died since 2016 — here’s what happens if all coral reefs on Earth die off
Without coral reefs, there could be a rippling ecosystem collapse in the oceans, with devastating effects on the planet.
The Great Barrier Reef has a tremendous amount to offer tourists.