The management of natural coastal carbon sinks

The IUCN report, The Management of Natural Coastal Carbon Sinks, launched at the climate change and protected area summit in Granada, Spain. The first in-depth study revealing the latest science of marine ecosystems, such as seagrass meadows, mangroves and salt marshes, shows that they have a much greater capacity to progressively trap carbon than land carbon sinks, such as forests. This report provides the latest evidence of the ocean

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