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Pollution is destroying the mangroves on coastal Bali

In Bali the mangroves are experiencing stress due to rising sea levels and a changing climate, or are being replaced by shrimp farms and repercussions of human development such as pollution and silt run-off. All of this can significantly alter these coastal ecosystems, threatening vital clean water sources, protective natural habitats, tourist industries and the food supplies on which we rely.

Year: 2010

From album: Marine Pollution in Bali

Photographer: Lawrence Hislop

Tags: pollution swamp

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