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Climate change killed 14% of the world’s coral reefs in a decade, study finds

By Ellen Francis Photo: Lucas Jackson/Reuters

Climate change is wiping out coral reefs and will kill more if oceans keep getting warmer, researchers warned on Tuesday in a new study that spanned much of the globe. The world already lost 14 percent of its coral between 2009 and 2018 — or what amounts to more than all the coral now living in Australia’s reefs — scientists with the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network found.

10/05/21