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.

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  • Morrocoy Declaration September 11, 2020
     For the defense of the Marine-Coastal Wetlands and the Territories of Ancestral Life in Venezuela From the worldview of the peoples of the mangrove ecosystem, guardians of ancestral life forms that protect biodiversity, defenders of the territory of our ancestors, reflected in the birds, mangroves, fish, mollusks and everything that houses our spaces, the complicit silence […]
  • Cayman islands Mangrove Rangers – Workshop #2 September 11, 2020
    Martin Keeley - MAP Education Director  The recently formed Cayman Islands Mangrove Rangers focused on science, data collection and policy during their second orientation and training workshop held at the Clever Fish/Sea Elements education centre in Grand Cayman on August 29th.Two representatives from the Cayman Islands Department of Environment (DOE) led the presentations and discussions […]
  • MAP News Issue 502 - Aug 29,2020 August 29, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 502nd Edition                                                    Aug 29. 2020 FEATURE Mauritius oil clean-up team turns focus from sea to mangroves MAURITIUS - A Japanese disaster relief team helping to clean up a devastating oil spill off the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius is focusing on mangroves, beaches and wetlands after most of the […]
  • MAP NEWS ISSUE 501 - August 15, 2020 August 15, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 501st Edition                                                    Aug 15, 2020 FEATURE Say no to Vietnam's $9 billion development within mangrove reserve VIETNAM - A $9.3 billion residential and tourism development has been approved within the buffer zone of the Can Gio Mangrove Biosphere Reserve here in this city of 13 million, Vietnam’s largest urban area. The […]
  • MAP News ISSUE 500 - Aug 1, 2020 August 1, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 500th Edition                                                    Aug 1, 2020 FEATURE MAP CELEBRATES ITS 500th Edition of MAP NEWS (Formerly Late Friday News) USA - An extension of the MAP Quartlerly Newsletter (a hand addressed snail-mailed paper product of the last century), MAP's electronic version, The Late Friday News, marks it's 500th issue with this post. […]
  • MAP CELEBRATES ITS 500th Edition of MAP NEWS (Formerly Late Friday News) August 1, 2020
    An extension of the MAP Quartlerly Newsletter (a hand addressed snail-mailed paper product of the last century), MAP's electronic version, The Late Friday News, marks it's 500th issue with this post. Starting in 2000, the Newsletter has faithfully gone out to MAP News subscribers around the world every other week. To celebrate the 500th issue, we take […]
  • Mangrove Action Project - Fight against shrimp that eats mangroves July 31, 2020
    Written by Monica Monsalve and Molly Multedo for  Close your eyes and imagine some wetlands with magical trees, with huge roots that come out of a gray, half-swampy ground. A place that is right where freshwater and saltwater meet: where there are canals to navigate, manatees, crocodiles, monkeys and many species of birds. Those are […]
  • MAP Issue #499 - July 18, 2020 July 18, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 499th Edition                                                     July 18, 2020 FEATURE Cyclone Amphan reminds us why mangrove conservation is essential INDIA - “Before 2009, we had never planted a mangrove before, we were working on wildlife and tigers. Cyclone Aila was an eye-opener for us ﹘ whatever you do in the Sundarbans, it has to […]
  • MAP News Issue #498 - July 4, 2020 July 4, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 498th Edition                                                     July 4, 2020 FEATURE Mangrove Conservation Can Help Countries Meet Emissions Reduction Goals MEXICO - Protecting mangrove forests—one of the planet’s most effective habitats for capturing and storing atmospheric carbon dioxide—could help countries meet their goals for reducing carbon emissions while providing other ecosystem benefits, according to new […]
  • MAP News Issue #497 - June 20, 2020 June 20, 2020
    Mangrove Action Project The MAP News 497th Edition                                                     June 20, 2020 FEATURE Marvellous Mangroves for French Guyana - The Mangrove Alliance French Guyana - Merveilleuses Mangroves de Guyane, the French version of Marvellous Mangroves, adapted and translated for use in French Guyana, has just been published. The joint project between the Mangrove Action Project (MAP), Cayman Islands-based […]

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