Help Us Save Sea Turtles, Dugongs, and Other Endangered Species Calling Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Their Home
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$4.7 Billion Dollars in U.S. Loans for Fossil Fuel Projects Threaten Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
Dirty fossil fuel projects don’t belong in Australia’s world-famous marine sanctuary. But Export-Import Bank and its director Fred P. Hochberg disagree. The bank, a federal agency that funds international projects to promote U.S. exports, approved $4.7 billion in loans for two massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.
The construction and operation of the LNG projects will threaten dugongs, sea turtles, and numerous other protected marine species that call the Great Barrier Reef their home.
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