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Filmmakers Encouraged to Shoot Video of Marine Debris Affecting the Great Barrier Reef
Budding young filmmakers are being encouraged to shoot video evidence of marine debris affecting the Great Barrier Reef in a bid to raise awareness of the issue.

The Gladstone Local Marine Advisory Committee is calling on eight to 18-year old documentary producers to put together short films highlighting the problem of marine debris.

Researchers say it's a major issue for the world heritage-listed ecosystem, not only because of the negative impacts to the reef's aesthetic qualities and hazard to ocean users.

LMAC member and Central Queensland University Research Fellow Dr Scott Wilson claims plastics are a top five pollutant causing harm to the marine environment and animals.


 
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