At What Price? The Economic, Social and Icon Value of the Great Barrier Reef (2013)
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living structure on Earth. It is as big in size as Japan, and bigger than the United Kingdom, Switzerland and the Netherlands put together. Spanning 2,300 kilometres, the Great Barrier Reef can even be seen from space. The hundreds of thousands of marine and coral species that make up its rich tapestry of biodiversity make it one of the most unique and complex ecosystems in the world.
04 sep. 2018
At What Price? The Economic, Social and Icon Value of the Great Barrier Reef (2013).pdf