I have created this campaign to educating people about the Great Barrier Reef and the threats we are making for it. The Great Barrier Reef is also very important for the Australian people because it creates thousands of jobs and millions of dollars that goes backing into the locals economy. My goal is to educate people about the Great Barrier reef and how we can save it from dying.

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the 7 wonders of the world and it is losing it because of the millions of pieces of rubbish we throw into the ocean. Not all people know about this and they need to be educated about it. These are some facts about the Great Barrier Reef:  plastic being the most common element found in the great barrier reef also on the beaches the most common rubbish is single use plastic bags. Australia needs the Great Barrier Reef because it provides over 64,000 jobs and contributes $6.4 billion Australian economy.

We can support a government that is willing the help the Great Barrier Reef survive. We need to push the three R’s (Reduce Reuse Recycle).  We need to stop pollution because its is affecting the sea life and we are losing more and more animals each day.

Support the right government so they can fund the Great Barrier Reef. If the Government gives money we can use that money to get people to clean up the ocean and get more people working there full time so there will be more people cleaning up the ocean. "Millions of dollars will go into science and to better data management and to be able to test the impacts on the reef," Mr Frydenberg said. A $500 million package to help deal with the problems facing the Great Barrier Reef has been announced by the Federal Government. If we vote government that supports the wild life we can save the great Barrier reef and lean about it.

If Australia enforces the three R’s there will be a lot less rubbish in the Great Barrier Reef. If there is less rubbish in the Great Barrier Reef less animals will die each day and the ocean will be nicer to swim in and that means more tourists and more money. It's time to learn the three R's of the environment: reduce, reuse, and recycle. Don't buy things you don't need or items that come in wasteful packaging or that cannot be recycled. Reuse and recycle whatever you can. So there will be less rubbish in the Great Barrier Reef. If there is less rubbish in the Great Barrier Reef less animals will die.

The Great Barrier Reef is home to more than 1,500 species of fish, 411 types of hard coral, one-third of the world's soft corals, 134 species of sharks and rays, six of the world's seven species of threatened marine turtles, and more than 30 species of marine mammals and if the Great Barrier Reef dies all of these mammals will lose their home and most will die.

In order for things to change we need to vote for the right people that we running our country, everyone needs to use the 3 R’s. In the next 30 years the Great Barrier Reef will be covered in rubbish and lots of animals will die from plastic pollution.

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