SYDNEY, May 11 2022 - Damage to more than 90 percent of the Great Barrier Reef during the most recent mass bleaching event is another damning indictment of the Morrison Government, which has failed to protect the Reef and exacerbated the problem through its support of fossil fuels, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, March 25 2022 - The UN monitoring mission in Australia to assess the health of the Reef must be taken to see the fourth mass coral bleaching event in six years confirmed today by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA), Greenpeace Australia Pacific says. 
SYDNEY, March 18 2022 - The Great Barrier Reef suffering severe and widespread coral bleaching with higher temperatures during a La Niña year when average ocean temperatures are cooler, is clear evidence of the Morrison Government’s failure to protect the Reef from the impacts of climate change, Greenpeace Australia Pacific says.
SYDNEY, Feb 24 2022 - The appointment of an ex-Telstra CEO and a top civil servant to the leadership of the Great Barrier Reef Foundation will do nothing to safeguard the future of the Reef unless the pair can convince their former colleagues in industry and government to rapidly reduce emissions, Greenpeace Australia Pacific says.
SYDNEY, Feb 3 2022 - Australia’s update to the World Heritage Committee on its efforts to protect the Great Barrier Reef is the height of hypocrisy, Greenpeace said, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison asking the global community to fight harder against climate change while refusing to accelerate climate action and supporting the expansion of the coal and gas industry.
SYDNEY, Feb 2 2022 - A new study warning that almost all coral reefs, including the Great Barrier Reef, will suffer regular heat stress even if global heating is capped at 1.5 degrees Celsius provides further proof of the urgent need for the Morrison Government to rapidly reduce emissions by replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy. 
SYDNEY, Jan 28 2022 - The Morrison Government’s pledge to spend an additional $1 billion over a decade on Great Barrier Reef conservation projects shows that it is willing to do almost anything to protect the Reef, except reduce the fossil fuel emissions that cause climate change, Greenpeace Australia Pacific said.
SYDNEY, Sept 2 2021 - When the World Heritage Committee recommended the Great Barrier Reef be declared “in danger” due to climate change, the Morrison Government did nothing to safeguard the ecosystem and instead pressured an independent agency to rush a key scientific report and leak selected findings to help its lobbying efforts, documents obtained by the ABC under Freedom of Information reveal. 
SYDNEY, 25 March 2020 - In response to renowned Professor Terry Hughes reporting a mass bleaching event in the Great Barrier Reef, Kate Smolski, Acting Program Director of Greenpeace Australia Pacific said:
Sydney 3rd November 2013: Last Friday evening, the same day Minister for the Environment, Greg Hunt, launched the government’s draft Strategic Assessment of the Great Barrier Reef, the same Minister quietly approved a massive new coal mine that relies on shipping its product through the reef via the controversial Abbot Point port development.