Over 25 Years of Mangrove News


Since 1992, the Mangrove Action Project has been sending a newsletter to followers with updates about mangrove activity and issues around the world. The tradition still continues to this day, with a bi-weekly online newsletter that is sent to thousands of subscribers around the globe.


  • MAP News Issue #512 - Jan 15, 2021 January 16, 2021
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 512th Edition                                                  Jan. 16, 2021 FEATURE 2020 Hurricanes Damage Vulnerable Mangroves GLOBAL - Central America experienced one of its most intense hurricane seasons in 2020. Two major hurricanes and a handful of other late-blooming storms took many lives, displaced hundreds of thousands of people, and caused billions of dollars in […]
  • MAP News Issue #511 - Jan 2, 2021 January 2, 2021
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 511th Edition                                                  Jan. 02, 2021 FEATURE Rangers take on Community-based projects CAYMAN ISLANDS - The Mangrove Rangers moved into full action this fall with a variety of programs this fall. In addition to a video series for teachers entitled ‘Creature Features’ focusing on the inhabitants and dependents of Grand Cayman’s […]
  • MAP News Issue #510 - Dec 19, 2020 December 19, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 510th Edition                                                  Dec 19, 2020 FEATURE Mangrove Action Project Named Winner of the 2020.ORG - Advancing Environmental Sustainability USA - Public Interest Registry (PIR), the People behind .ORG, today named Mangrove Action Project as one of the 10 winners of the 2nd annual .ORG Impact Awards. The mission-driven organization was honored in […]
  • MAP News Issue #509 - Dec 05, 2020 December 5, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 509th Edition                                                  Dec 5, 2020 FEATURE Students win multiple prizes at the 19th MAP Art Competition MALDIVES - Students of Neykurendhoo, Haa Dhaalu Atoll, won prestigious awards in the 19th Mangrove Art Contest organized by the Mangrove Action Project (MAP) in September 2020. After competing with submissions from 34 countries, three […]
  • 2021 Children's Mangrove Art Calendars NOW AVAILABLE December 1, 2020
    VerticalResponse   2021 Children's Mangrove Art Calendars NOW AVAILABLE Dear Friends of the Mangroves It's our favorite time of year again! The release of our children's art calendar makes everyone so happy. The children are happy because they get to see their talents exposed in high quality print. We are happy, because we get to […]
  • MAP News Issue #508 - Nov 21, 2020 November 21, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 508th Edition                                                  Nov 21, 2020 FEATURE Mangrove Rangers advocate for the ‘Heart of Cayman’ CAYMAN ISLANDS - A small but growing group of volunteers is working to protect and preserve ‘the heart of Cayman’ – the mangroves that provide the islands storm protection, habitat for native species and weather regulation. ​Mangrove forests […]
  • Untitled November 7, 2020
     Dear reader: We attempted to include the following story in our newsletter, but the service we use for mass emails blocked it due to the missing SSL certificate on the fao.org's website. We are recreating the page here to use our own SSL ceritifcate and apologize to the FAO for the redirect. We felt this […]
  • MAP Issue #507. Nov 07, 2020 November 7, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 507th Edition                                                  Nov 07, 2020 FEATURE SAVE THE SUNDARBANS This issue dedicated to the memory of Karunamoyee Sarder SUNDARBANS - This is a special issue of MAP News on behalf of our good friends in Bangladesh, especially for those brave resisters at Polder 22 who risk their lives still in defending […]
  • Pause before you Plant November 5, 2020
     Guest editorial  Mark Huxham & IUCN Mangrove Specialist GroupA Message from the IUCN Mangrove Specialist Group. ‘Pause before you Plant’Despite the terrifying recent fires in Australia, California and Brazil there are grounds for hope that the world could finally start valuing its forests. Many governments now say they love trees. There is an increasing international effort to […]
  • Save The Sundarban! - in memory of Karunamoyee Sarder November 5, 2020
    Local resistances to global capital: Thirty years since Karunamoyee’s protest against industrial shrimp aquaculturehttps://navdanyainternational.org/calendar/local-resistances-to-global-capital-thirty-years-since-karunamoyees-protest-against-industrial-shrimp-aquaculture/From: Alfredo Quarto Subject: Action Alert in memory of KarunamoyeeDate: Wed, 07 Nov 2001 01:19:55 -0800Please note: This is a special Action Alert sent to you on behalf of ourgood friends in Bangladesh, especially for those brave resisters at Polder22 who risk […]

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