The Nexus between Conservation and Development in Indonesian Mangroves

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With around 3 million hectares, Indonesia houses almost a quarter of the world’s mangroves, larger than any continent. To date, they face tremendous pressures from aquaculture and agriculture development with current loss of 1.2% annually. Mainstreaming mangrove sustainable management through a national regulatory framework and linking it with global framework such as Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goal is very timely.
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    Lisamarie Windham-Myers, Stephen Crooks, Tiffany G. Troxler (eds.). 2018. A Blue Carbon Primer: The State of Coastal Wetland Carbon Science, Practice and Policy. 295-305

    Publisher

    CRC Press

    Publication year

    2018

    ISBN

    978-042-978-777-5

    Authors

    Murdiyarso, D.

    Geographic

    Indonesia

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