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Blue carbon refers to the important role that some coastal habitats play in naturally storing greenhouse gasses, thereby helping to mitigate climate change. Blue carbon ecosystems, such as mangrove forests, saltwater marshes and seagrass meadows, are also recognized for their natural beauty, and ability to filter pollution, house fish nurseries and buffer shorelines against storms.
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves, Avicennia marina, (Blue Carbon), and Western Reef Heron, Egretta gularis, in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) and Green Tourism in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) and Green Tourism in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) and Green Tourism in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves (Blue Carbon) in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mangroves, Avicennia marina, (Blue Carbon) in the City of Abu Dhabi, UAE
Small-scale reef fishermen, Philippines
View of Namenalala Island at the heart of Namena Marine Reserve, Fiji
Mangrove and human activity in South Bimini, Bahamas
Mangrove forest near Everglades City, USA
Mangrove habitat in Oleta River State Park, Florida, United States
Young red mangrove tree in the Benner Bay Mangrove Marine Sanctuary, Virgin Islands
Mangroves off Miami, United States
Mangrove habitat in the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Key Largo, United States
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