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Mangrove Forest Management & Carbon Sequestration Initiative

Mangrove forests are coastal ecosystems made up of dense vegetation of salt-tolerant trees and shrubs. These forests have a unique ability to sequester large amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, thus playing a crucial role in mitigating climate change.

Mangrove forests in the Niger Delta Region will play a vital role in climate change mitigation, as they have the potential to sequester and store large amounts of carbon dioxide, including the economy use

Protecting and restoring mangrove forests can be an effective strategy in combatting climate change. However, mangrove forests are under threat from deforestation, coastal development, and climate change impacts such as rising sea levels and increased storm intensity. When mangrove forests are degraded or destroyed, the carbon stored is released back into the atmosphere, exacerbating climate change.

Preserving and restoring mangrove forests can have multiple benefits, including carbon sequestration, coastal protection from storm surges, and providing habitat for numerous marine species. Recognizing the value of mangroves as carbon sinks is crucial for their conservation and restoration efforts, as well as for global climate change mitigation strategies

We deliver sustainable mangrove forest initiatives with both CO2 capture and other economic values.

For more information, contact us.