State of the environment report: Scientists warn region's flora and fauna at risk from climate destabilisation

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By Jessica Greenan
Updated July 22 2022 - 6:11am, first published 4:35am
WARNING SIGNS: Leading scientists have put the south-west on notice, stating latest national findings paint a grim future for native flora and fauna, farming and tourism. Picture: Morgan Hancock

A five-year decline in the health of the environment is threatening Warrnambool's whale migration while more extreme weather events could devastate both livestock and crops and spur intensified toxic blooms.

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Jessica Greenan

Journalist

Journalist at The Warrnambool Standard. Send me news tips at jess.greenan@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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