Opinion

Australia is missing its targets (and the point)

By Rachel Lowry
Updated February 23 2022 - 7:17pm, first published 6:25pm
The koala has now been listed as an endangered species in the ACT, NSW, and Queensland. Picture: Shutterstock

Few countries can match Australia's natural wonders and diversity of wildlife. From our coastal eucalypt forests to the Great Barrier Reef, a staggering 600,000-plus species call Australia home. Many are found nowhere else on Earth.

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