The current $34 million shortfall in Reef 2050 Plan funding committed by 2020 could increase dramatically, potentially to more than $385 million.
Would actions by an Australian Government to stop the Adani Carmichael mine from proceeding constitute an increase in Australian 'sovereign risk'?
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