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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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RT @_hsumar: One more session of #mangroves for students ages 9-14! Learn about mangroves, #remotesensing, and much more. Join us on @YouTu…

04 March 2021

RT @ThomsonFiji: Protect & restore mangroves & seagrass! New @UNESCO science report shows crucial role of #WorldHeritage marine sites in fi…

04 March 2021

RT @grp_resilience: Working with coastal communities in Dar es Salaam, #Tanzania, @afo_tz helps restore mangroves & create community-based…

03 March 2021

RT @kwskenya: In our focus on restoration of mangroves and creating awareness of their significance, participants in today's event have pla…

03 March 2021

RT @BlueVentures: Forests are vital ecosystems that sustain people & the planet. #BlueForests, including #mangroves, are no exception, as t…

03 March 2021

RT @pewenvironment: Coastal Wetlands—mangroves, salt marshes, and seagrass—are treasure troves of biodiversity. Preserving them preserves…

03 March 2021

RT @MangroveProject: This #WorldWildlifeDay has a theme of "Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet" Forests, including #ma…

03 March 2021

RT @ThomsonFiji: Looking forward to my interactive session at the World Ocean Summit this afternoon at 4.10pm GMT to share ideas on progres…

03 March 2021

We were honored to have @ThomsonFiji open our @Mangroves Alliance workshop last autumn. Now we look forward to he… https://t.co/QT88yT5exB

03 March 2021

RT @MangrovesNow: End of this very insighful panel on #bluecarbon. Thanks to the speakers and to @mangroves for the good conversation ! #Oc…

03 March 2021

@MangrovesNow @Economist_WOI Thanks for live-tweeting with us @MangrovesNow! 😀🌿

03 March 2021

Just announced on the panel: the Fair Carbon project, a collaboration between leading conservation NGOs and other s… https://t.co/Tc1JPUx840

03 March 2021

More insight on blue carbon adoption from Dr. Kairo: https://t.co/AU9bB2zO98

03 March 2021

@MangrovesNow @KmfriResearch Great insights!

03 March 2021

RT @MangrovesNow: Panel introduced by @VermilyeJohn: "Why is #bluecarbon important? Bc It sequesters five times more carbon than terrestria…

03 March 2021

RT @MangrovesNow: Amy Schmid (@VerraStandards): "there has been a huge push for blue carbon standards, but their complexity can make it dif…

03 March 2021

Local monitoring is key to the Mikoko Pamoja project. Simple measurements like tree height & width can indicate car… https://t.co/BU9kMje3r1

03 March 2021

Southeast Asia holds 30% of the world's mangroves! Minna Epps oversaw the Mangroves For the Future project and focu… https://t.co/XLuMkksIzb

03 March 2021

The Mikoko Pamoja project, led by James Kairo, has been successfully projecting #mangroves and supporting a local c… https://t.co/vsv4CSMu2P

03 March 2021

"Despite the fact that blue carbon projects [incl. #mangroves!) are so efficient...and that the financial community… https://t.co/QHo1neC4sp

03 March 2021

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