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BlueCarbonInitiative
Program focused on mitigating climate change through conservation & restoration of coastal & marine ecosystems.
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Global Mangrove Alliance Jun 12
Replying to @IUCN
Thank you for joining the webinar today and many thanks to for organizing! If you missed today's hour-long session, there's another one scheduled for June 14 for people in the Asia/Oceania region (9 AM BST/ 3 PM BKK/ 8 PM FJT)
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Global Mangrove Alliance Jun 12
Replying to @ConservationOrg
Next up, Jennifer Howard from discusses the Global Mangrove Alliance approach to saving
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Global Mangrove Alliance Jun 12
First webinar begins in 10 minutes! Join us, details below.
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Blue Carbon Lab Jun 10
🚨 Ancient locked in beds may be released back to the ocean by strong physical disturbances (eg dredging, storms). Oxygen exposure wakes up dormant microbes 🦠 who speed carbon remineralisation!! Research by et al. >>
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Eco Monographs May 24
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BlueCarbonInitiative Jun 6
Great to see expert featured in this month in the conservation issue of with
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BlueCarbonInitiative Jun 2
Congratulations to Dr Pat Megonigal from !! We are proud to have him as a member of our scientific working group. Pat's work has been foundational to advancing blue carbon globally.
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Helen Kettles May 25
Forests are actually only the fifth most efficient ecosystem in the carbon storage cycle!📣 Ahead of them - saltmarshes💙, mangrove forests💙, seagrass meadows💙 & tundra!💚 Would you like to learn how to restore them & get paid?
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Global Mangrove Alliance May 28
"The State has successfully proved conservation could go hand-in-hand with livelihood activities." forestry leaders along India's west coast explain why conservation “...was not a choice..."
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Sebastian Troëng May 28
Why are mangroves important to ? Lots of reasons, Including the carbon they store:
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Carlos Duarte May 21
Check our new paper Fingerprinting Blue Carbon: Resolving the Source of Organic Carbon in Marine Sediments
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BlueCarbonInitiative May 17
Another great opportunity to join the team working on policy, ocean and ocean policy.
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Dr Emily Pidgeon May 16
Colombia and Australia talking
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Dr Emily Pidgeon May 5
Great to be representing and partners at this important discussion
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Conservation Intl May 2
“If you grow up on the beach, as I did, at some point you realize how precious it is — and that you have to do everything you can to ensure it will be around for future generations.” – , ’s Blue Climate program senior director
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M Sanjayan Apr 30
Great story; unlocking the potential of blue carbon. The most dense stands of carbon on Earth.
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Global Mangrove Alliance Apr 30
new project from will ultimately "remove an estimated 1 million tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere"
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Coastal Carbon Research Coordination Network Apr 30
Research in , or ? Do you have cool data, make models, and/or have interesting new ways to making them play nice? Work somewhere on a scale between microbes and globes? This session may be right for you.
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Dr Emily Pidgeon Apr 30
We are looking for someone special to join the dynamic Blue Climate team at including working closely with the CI staff around the world on coastal adaptation and mitigation and coordinating the .
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Pep Canadell Mar 6
Sea level rise will help accumulate carbon in wetlands The net effect on carbon will require to consider other changes including on climate and land use
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