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Conservation International at COP16

Emily Pidgeon, from Conservation International, talks to Climate Change TV about blue carbon and the ability to use coastal systems (such as seagrasses, mangroves and salt marshes) and their "phenomenal capacity to sequester and store carbon".

Year: 2013

Produced by: Grid Arendal

Tags: blue carbon climate change coastal ecosystems conservation development forests rainforests seagrass short video interview