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Mangrove forests are some of the world’s most valuable coastal ecosystems—and they’re being destroyed at an alarming rate. We’ve lost 50% of the world’s mangroves just in the past half century, and if current trends continue, the remaining mangroves could be gone within the next 100 years.

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"... the net benefit of building more resilient infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries would be $4.2 tr… https://t.co/JOL0s9xX1v

24 June 2019

"The Philippines was able to save more than $1 billion in losses because of its natural systems, according to a Wor… https://t.co/GJZM63PSSx

24 June 2019

In a first-ever global review of public information held on @TripAdvisor, @nature_org have identified almost 4000… https://t.co/y8UImKAsGK

24 June 2019

RT @WetlandsAfrica: The network of Mangrove clubs in Saloum at the time of the assessment of activities within the 27 schools member! All i…

23 June 2019

The importance of #mangroves for tourism has received little attention, yet millions of people visit them every yea… https://t.co/6fYyruETB9

23 June 2019

Reviews on @TripAdvisor can help inform valuable conservation work. New study from @nature_org on the potential of… https://t.co/BKGaNSY5i2

21 June 2019

Tourism in #mangroves can provide high-value activities with low environmental impacts. A new study from… https://t.co/yWS0YsAvLG

21 June 2019

RT @octavioaburto: It was an honor working with @pewenvironment on this podcast — Where do science and photography meet? Discussing one of…

21 June 2019

RT @CaraLDaneel: Spalding & Parrett (2019) is out 😀 Global patterns in #mangrove recreation & tourism Our paper presents a novel way of ex…

21 June 2019

Happy Friday! End your week by taking a virtual trip to a mangrove forest 😎🌳 https://t.co/aC5SieEGcq

21 June 2019

RT @MangroveProject: A growing network of coastal communities along the #Andaman Coast have been sharing experiences, indigenous knowledge…

21 June 2019

RT @MangroveProject: 26th July is #MangroveActionDay #WorldMangroveDay #InternationalMangroveDay. Enter your best #mangrove photos to our 5…

19 June 2019

RT @GGKPlatform: Policymakers need evidence on ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA). When does it work? What are the benefits, costs and limita…

19 June 2019

RT @WetlandsIntEA: We recognize the critical role Civil societies play in shaping the country's policies for sustainable management of the…

19 June 2019

How can a place's historical gardening techniques inspire #mangrove restoration today? 🍅🌽🌳 Mexico is showing the wo… https://t.co/9UX4Ot3nSM

17 June 2019

RT @johnldevaney: In Senegal with @MDPDublin students as part of the Future Mangroves project. Absolutely stunning mangroves in the Saloum…

17 June 2019

RT @dw_environment: Aztec technology helps to tackle modern environmental problems. @Mangroves @nature_org https://t.co/E68csDy2fs

15 June 2019

RT @africa_ci: Mangrove forests store up to 10X more carbon per hectare than forests on land, making them invaluable in fighting #ClimateCh…

13 June 2019

We vote 🗳️ an enthusiastic YES to a video! The more people know about these fantastic super trees, the more peop… https://t.co/R8HiQlwUu3

13 June 2019

RT @sdsasmito: Find out how mangrove can be potentially part of global climate solutions on @BBCWorld's #PeopleFixingTheWorld Can Capturing…

12 June 2019

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