The Greens and their ideological allies continue to undermine the Reef’s tourism potential with deceptive campaigns about the imminent demise of the GBR.
Recent claims by a researcher at James Cook University stating the GBR will be “terminal” in five years if $10 billion aren’t spent on water quality has been criticized by one of his own colleagues. JCU marine geophysicist Professor Peter Ridd said the claims were “laughable.”
Coral bleaching is a natural phenomenon brought about by seasonal changes in water temperature. The GBR has demonstrated time and again its resilience to bounce back and bounce back quickly.
The Greens are on a constant mission to shut down our mining, fishing, farming, and tourism industries. They have no desire to balance economic development with good environmental practises. The Reef is just a pawn in their crusade of economic vandalism.
A vote for the Greens at this election is not a vote for protecting the Reef, but a vote for economic decline and less Queensland jobs.
Rod McGarvie, Senate Candidate Family First