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From Blueprint to action: progress report

by GBRMPA 7 Dec 2018 04:32 UTC
Blueprint progress report © GBRMPA

We've released From Blueprint to action: progress report — it outlines the progress and successes one year on from the release of our Great Barrier Reef Blueprint for resilience.

Download the GBRMPA Blueprint Progress Report here.

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