Tag: Mangroves

Meet the young community members reviving a vital ecosystem
Insights from the guardians of traditional knowledge
As ‘cowboys’ are rounded up, is a high-integrity carbon market on the cards?
How two initiatives are helping investors navigate the “alphabet soup”
What it is, why it matters and how it can transform global food systems
A conversation with the new CEO of CIFOR-ICRAF
GLF Live with Nicoletta Centofanti, Jingdong Hua and David Craig
News to know in the Landscape News digest
At COP26, acclaimed wetlands scientist Daniel Murdiyarso shares on peatlands and mangroves
Hear from six youth environmentalists on the most important decade for the planet
“Blue” carbon credits come bluest in Colombia’s Cispatá mangroves
Studies show links between height and carbon storage, but development and climate change risks survival
The humid entanglements filled with food and teeming with life
Part 2 of a series on the young, female water sport athletes saving the Philippines’ waters
A quick rundown on our planet’s ecosystems