MAP & the UN Decade on Restoration

Mangrove Action Project is proud to be a Supporting Partner of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration – a global, collaborative effort to ‘halt the degradation of ecosystems, and restore them to achieve global goals.’ 

You can read more about the UN Decade here.

‘The UN Decade is building a strong, broad-based global movement to ramp up restoration and put the world on track for a sustainable future. That will include building political momentum for restoration as well as thousands of initiatives on the ground.’ 


Join MAP in the Launch of the UN Decade

The UN Decade officially launches on June 5th, with the run-up including a series of events hosted by partners of the Decade – including MAP! Learn more below and click through to join our events on the links on June 1st and 4th.


Come join MAP in a live Q&A event with conservation photographers Dhritiman Mukherjee, Roshni Lodhia, and Octavio Aburto, as we celebrate both the launch of the UN Decade of Restoration and the 7th annual Mangrove Photography Awards.

Join the event live at on Youtube on June 1st at 16:00 UTC.

Everything you always wanted to know about… mangroves, restoration and aquaculture ponds – but were afraid ask.

Come join us as we cover mangrove habitats, learning what are mangroves, why are they so important, why do most planting programs fail and how to succeed – even in an old shrimp pond.

The event featuring MAP’s Executive Director, Dr. Dominic Wodehouse, will be broadcast live on YouTube at 14:00 UTC on Friday, June 4th.