Australia’s coastal wildlife protection has sparked Eco-Tourism
With the news from Australia about the arrival of the world’s largest protected marine reserves, Eco-tourism in the country has really taken off.
There will be marine reserves covered a total space of 3.1 million square kilometers which will seek to protect a variety of endangered wildlife including coral, sharks, tuna. Not to mention the Coral Sea which is located in the northeast coast of Australia.
Tony Burke, Australia’s environment minister, stated that the the Coral Sea will be the ‘jewel in the crown’ of the new network.
Providing maps of the areas to be protected he quotes: “There was a significant call during the consultation period for there to be more protection of the majestic reefs of the Coral Sea. Today, in the maps that are released, we have extended the draft
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The bio diverse reefs includes zones that are recently protected around the Australian coast and the 5 regions them The network includes new protected zones around Australia’s vast coastline, many designed to protect highly bio-diverse reefs. The five regions are the Coral Sea, South-West, Temperate East, North and North-west.
Environmental organizations around the world have greatly praised this project as a step forward in protecting otherwise endangered wildlife in this part of the world, all with the hopes that other countries take note.
One quote from the Jay Nelson, director of the Global Ocean Legacy project at the Pew Environment Group said: “No other government on Earth has done what the Australian government has done in doing a comprehensive look at their marine waters and doing a good faith effort to manage it better. This is a first globally.”
For the first time
in a generation at the Coral Sea, species of shark and tuna will now be free to live in their natural habitat.
“This is a not insignificant achievement when many marine reserves are less than 5 square kilometres in size, barely large enough to safeguard a wandering scallop,” quoted Jay.