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IDontTrustGod t1_iyprtni wrote

Obviously bittersweet because the reefs are in poor condition in the first place, and the fact that indigenous peoples’ knowledge is only now becoming respected and utilized, but it’s great to see humans working together to undo some of the damage we have caused.


Wargoatgaming t1_iyqwco8 wrote

I wonder if they did some AB testing to show that the bits of the reef they looked after did better than the rest.


BibbityBobby t1_iys6cqt wrote

Fantastic work by these rangers. $1.8m is amazing. I'm wondering if there are tools/imaging devices they can buy now so they can, literally, do more of a deep dive on what needs to be done next.


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