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Growing African mangrove forests aim to combat climate woes
by Wanjohi Kabukuru
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6 May 2022
On 6 May 2022 The Associated Press reported:
In a bid to protect coastal communities from climate change and encourage investment, African nations are increasingly turning to mangrove restoration projects, with Mozambique becoming the latest addition to the growing list of countries with large scale mangrove initiatives. Mozambique follows efforts across the continent -- including in Kenya, Madagascar, Gambia, and Senegal -- and is touted as the world's largest coastal or marine ecosystem carbon storage project.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Known as blue carbon, carbon captured by these ecosystems can sequester, or remove, carbon dioxide from the atmosphere at a faster rate than forests, despite being smaller in size.
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