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Global Mangrove Alliance
Rallying the world around and expanding the extent of mangrove habitat 20% by 2030. (Photo © One Big Robot)
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Tharman Aug 17
Mangrove forests: big carbon sinks. A third: lost in recent decades, releasing large amounts of carbon. These projects are doable for global CO2 mitigation, and with little economic trade-off. With good planning they also support fishing communities.
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UN Climate Change Aug 16
Mangrove forests are crucial in the fight against climate change — they help absorb pollution *and* protect communities from coastal flooding. This project is helping Sri Lanka become the first nation in history to preserve and re-plant all of its mangrove forests.
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Global Mangrove Alliance Aug 16
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Global Mangrove Alliance Aug 16
"The cases relate to debris dumping, encroachment, hacking, blocking of tidal water to the mangroves and destruction of wildlife."
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Conservation Intl.-Africa Aug 15
A section of in . Through various initiatives, we’re working to protect & promote sustainable usage of mangroves in the country since they provide innumerable benefits to Liberians including breeding grounds for fish & protection of coastlines.
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Erik Solheim Aug 16
Wow! Another clean-up success in Mumbai, India 🇮🇳. 225 trucks of debris with over 100 tonnes of garbage cleared to beautify Mithi River front, with mangroves and viewing gallery. Urban forest will boost greenery. Pedestrian pathways have taken off.
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Global Mangrove Alliance Aug 16
Day 15🌳 ’s mangroves lock away while sheltering coastlines from cyclones. is studying here and working with communities to restore & protect these aquatic forests
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Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Aug 15
RT: Wetlands, including peatlands and mangroves, are home to 60% of the world’s people and threatened species like the Sumatran tiger.
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WLRN Public Media Aug 15
A study finds rising seas could speed up loss of Florida mangroves.
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Emily Adams Aug 15
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Global Mangrove Alliance Aug 15
Day 14🌳 education? Yes please! brings their Marvelous Mangroves education program to classrooms in China to share the importance of these ecosystems
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Jenny Staletovich Aug 14
Rising Seas Could Speed Up Loss of Florida Mangroves, Study Finds
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Jennie Mallela Aug 14
ANU PhD student tells us why: "mangroves are an incredibly important species for our economy, our environment, and the future of our planet."
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GCMP Aug 14
Los métodos de montioreo tradiconales de son algo complicados...Después de enlodarse y entrar al bosque, los estudiantes deben hacer cuadrantes para estimar la y de especies de
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USGS Aug 14
New USGS finding can help managers mitigate changing conditions. protect coasts, can often keep up with rising seas. In Bay 2,800-3,600 years ago sea-level rise pace was slower than now, but mangroves were inundated.
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Renaud Meyer Aug 14
Great new partnership between & fpr the preservation of in province of 🇹🇭 contributing to achievement of
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Global Mangrove Alliance Aug 14
"Current rates of sea-level rise combined with increasing climate variability could accelerate the loss of mangrove-lined coastlines, according to new () research"
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Global Mangrove Alliance Aug 14
Day 13🌳The Mesoamerican Reef is the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world & has 600+ miles of essential coastal habitat including . boosts fish populations thru by protecting mangrove nurseries
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