Mangrove conservation is ‘economic’ CO2 fix

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Protecting mangroves to lock carbon away in trees may be an economic way to curb climate change, research suggests.

Carbon credit schemes already exist for rainforests; the new work suggests mangroves could be included too.

But other researchers say the economics depend on the global carbon price.

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1 Response to Mangrove conservation is ‘economic’ CO2 fix

  1. BIlly says:

    You’ve got a great blog here well done congratulations

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