Australia pledges $50M to protect, preserve koalas | CBC News

2022-01-29 4:00:00 PM

Population of marsupials have been decimated by bushfires, disease and vehicles.

Population of marsupials have been decimated by bushfires, disease and vehicles.

Australia will spend an additional $50 million ($44.63 million Cdn) in the next four years to protect koala habitat and slow the decline of the vulnerable species, the government said on Saturday.

Population of marsupials have been decimated by bushfires, disease and vehiclesThomson Reuters·Posted: Jan 28, 2022 9:30 PM ET | Last Updated: 10 hours agoKoalas are seen in Wedderburn, Australia, in September 2020. Australia will spend an additional $50 million ($44.63 million Cdn) in the next four years to protect koala habitat and slow their decline, the government said on Saturday.

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Sunwing party trip organizer apologizes, plans to sue airline for breach of contract | CBC NewsJames William Awad, who organized a now-notorious Sunwing charter flight to Cancun in late December, said he’s planning to sue the airline for refusing to fly his group back to Montreal from Mexico. Yeah. After the video, good luck with that. Didn't they not board because they didn't agree to the terms? Like no food on the flight. They made their own bed.

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Australia pledges US$700M to save Great Barrier ReefThe Australian government on Friday pledged to spend another 1 billion Australian dollars (US$704 million) over nine years on improving the health of the Great Barrier Reef after stalling a UNESCO decision on downgrading the natural wonder's World Heritage status. Probably a good idea. I hear that thing is really important. But apparently the jury is still out on science and saving the planet. So this will probably get torpedoed as woke libcuck snowtard spending when they could use it for offshore drilling. Maybe the pledge amt should be depicted in what percentage of total amt of money made by exploitation of natural resource! Dollar amt is not the correct indicator if they are making way more money by exploiting it, and then throwing tiny bits for self-image marketing!!

Social Sharing Population of marsupials have been decimated by bushfires, disease and vehicles Thomson Reuters · Posted: Jan 28, 2022 9:30 PM ET | Last Updated: 10 hours ago Koalas are seen in Wedderburn, Australia, in September 2020.Health minister says vaccines are 'not the enemy' as protest convoy descends on Ottawa At least hundreds more were expected throughout the day and over the weekend and Ottawa police Chief Peter Sloly says they aren't sure of the how large the rally would be.· Posted: Jan 27, 2022 1:12 PM ET | Last Updated: 34 minutes ago James William Awad, who organized the controversial event and is seen here addressing the media on Thursday, said he plans to pursue legal action against the airline for allegedly breaching its contract with the group.Social Sharing Victims identified as man, woman in late 30s, 11-year-old girl, 3-year-old boy CBC News · Posted: Jan 27, 2022 12:52 PM CT | Last Updated: 9 minutes ago The people found dead in a Manitoba field near the Canada-U.

Australia will spend an additional $50 million ($44.63 million Cdn) in the next four years to protect koala habitat and slow their decline, the government said on Saturday. Trucks were seen parked on Wellington Street in front of Parliament Hill in Ottawa early on Friday. (Loren Elliott/Reuters) . Images from the Dec.