Can We Save the Reef? is an Australian documentary written and directed by Adam Geiger. The documentary explores the feasibility of scientific interventions to protect and preserve the Great Barrier Reef.
Off Australia's northeast coast lies a wonder of the world; a living structure so big it can be seen from space ... more intricate and complex than any city... and so diverse it hosts a third of all fish species in Australia. This is the Great Barrier Reef: 2,600km of coral reefs, lagoons, islands and deep channels – a living fortress that meets the relentless power of the sea head-on, and protects Australia's coast. A name recognised by most, but understood by only a handful of intrepid people. The Great Barrier Reef as we know it – 8,000 years old and home to nearly 10,000 marine species – is dying in our lifetime.
Can We Save the Reef? is suitable for students undertaking:
- Year 4-5 Humanities and Social Sciences
- Year 6 Science
- Year 9-10 Science
- Year 10 Geography
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