Infanta begins restoration of mangrove forests
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Haribon Foundation together with the Maralitang Mangingisda ng Munting Sabang Association (MMMSA), Municipal Government of Infanta and the Sangguniang Barangay of Dinahican planted 3,500 of mangrove seedlings to restore one hectare of mangrove forest in Brgy. Dinahican, Infanta, Quezon Province. Mangroves are a vital component of the coastal and marine ecosystems that consist of seagrass and coral reefs—homes of marine wildlife. They serve as a barrier from storm surges, waves, tides and current, act as a carbon sink by reducing organic pollution along shore areas, stabilize the coastline by reducing erosion, and serve as recreational grounds for wildlife enthusiasts.
Lacson, L. (2015, September 22). Infanta begins restoration of mangrove forests. The Manila Times, p. B7.
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Mangrove restoration; Mangroves; Mangrove conservation; Marine ecology; Sea grass; Coral reefs; Storm surge barriers; Carbon sinks; Man-induced effects; Environmental impact; Socioeconomic aspects; Climatic changes; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Maralitang Mangingisda ng Munting Sabang Association (MMMSA); Haribon Foundation; Birdlife International Tokyo; Ricoh Company, Ltd.; Grizola, Eduardo Sr.
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