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The Climate Regulation Value Provided by Seagrasses in Gazi Bay, Kenya to Different Regions Across the Globe

The beneficiaries of seagrass sequestration and storage of atmospheric carbon are the global population, given that regulating and mitigating climate change provide global benefits. To what extent people benefit from this service will likely vary among countries, with benefits depending on the population’s vulnerability to climate change, countries’ investment regimes and gross domestic product. This example illustrates the global benefits of climate regulation provided by tropical seagrasses in Gazi Bay, Kenya.

Year: 2020

From collection: Out of the Blue - Maps & Graphics from the report

Cartographer: Hisham Ashkar

Tags: seagrass

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