ASEAN tackles mangrove management
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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will try to work out a collaborative sustainable mangrove management in the region amid climate change in a Mangrove Congress September 4-8 in Manila. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau (DENR-ERDB) will hold the 2nd ASEAN Congress on Mangrove Research and Development with the theme “Sustainable Management of Mangroves in the course of Climate Change.” “Mangrove habitats represent both a vulnerable resource and a potential deterrent to the effects of climate change. Sea level rise poses a major threat to mangrove ecosystems as it induces erosion and weakening of root structures, increased salinity, and mangrove inundation,” the ERDB said.
ASEAN tackles mangrove management. (2017, August 31). Manila Bulletin, p. B-9.
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Environment management; Mangroves; Sustainable development; Climatic changes; Mangrove conservation; Research; Climatic changes; Environmental protection; Sea level changes; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau (DENR-ERDB); McIvor, Anna; Adornado, Henry
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