Sprouting Mangroves Restore Hopes in Coastal Myanmar

Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care


In most places, mangrove forest’s density is wafer thin thanks to rampant clearing of the mangroves for space to breed shrimps and for firewood etc. According to a recent study, Myanmar loses about 21 square km of its mangrove forests each year.

But thanks to restoration efforts, the story is changing…

Read Full Article; IPS News (01-04-2019)


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