Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is in such dire condition it should be insured for $38 billion against climate risks and environmental damage, global law firm Clyde & Co says in a report.

The report, “Threats, Challenges, and Opportunities for the Sustainable Future of Australia’s Greatest Environmental asset,” states that the Barrier Reef risks being overwhelmed by coral bleaching, sea-level rises, ocean acidification, and pollution.

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