Meg Caldwell appears in a video news story on efforts to save coral reefs such at Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
As coral reefs destruction accelerates, scientists join forces in call for action by supporting a scientific consensus statement.
Scientists join forces to call for action to save coral reefs in the face of climate change, issue a consensus statement signed by more than 2,500.
More than 2,600 of the world's top marine scientists have endorsed a scientific consensus statement calling for action to save the world's corals in the face of climate change.
2,500 scientists back call to save earth's corals by supporting a consensus statement on climate change and coral reefs.
Scientists join forces in call for action to save threatened coral reefs with a scientific consensus statement on climate change and coral reefs.
Meeting the Cairns, Australia, scientists turn their attention to coral reefs threatened by climate change, and join together in a call for worldwide action.
Efforts to stem the tide of bad environmental news for coral reefs received a boost when more than 2,500 scientists endorsed a consensus statement on climate change and coral reefs, authored by a scientific working group under the auspices of COS.
With coral reefs facing climate change-driven devastation, a COS working group spearheaded a consensus statement supported by more than 2,500 scientists calling for action on a global level.
A news article covering the release of the scientific consensus statement on climate change and corals discusses the imminent threats to the long-term survival of the world's corals.
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