The window to save the world’s coral reefs is rapidly closing


Though the world’s coral reefs may never look the same, they can be saved. But only with swift action from world governments, scientists say in a paper published in the Journal  Nature.

They say millions of people, whose livelihoods depend upon reefs, will be affected by rapidly rising warming temperatures unless climate agreements are met.

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