To restore mangrove forests, it’s all in the planning

  LIMA, Peru—Conservation and restoration of the world’s coastal wetlands and mangroves—threatened by excavation and drainage for shrimp farms and development—can buffer the effects of climate change, protect livelihoods and avoid the emission of thousands of tons of greenhouse gases every year. But those benefits will wash away with the next storm unless the project... Read more

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