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Environment: Preventing the extinction of coastal marine ecosystems in Africa and Asia
Convention Biological Diversity - South Africa
South African biodiversity is at present greatly endangered. ... and cultural ecosystem services in South Africa, excluding the marine environment and ... as protected areas, coastal management, air pollution and waste management.
Destruction of the coastal resources continues to worsen
Climate change and its serious impacts Sea level is rising at about 1 millimetre per year, which, under normal circumstances...
The Importance of Africa's Coastal and Marine Ecosystems
ecosystems—such as estuaries, coral reefs, mangrove forests, wetlands, and dunes—that provide critical ser- vices to numerous coastal communities and to national economies.
Coastal and Marine Ecosystems of East Africa
More specifically, the coastal waters of East Africa sustain a great variety of ecologically important species, including 350 species of fish and 40 classes of corals, 5 species of
Coastal East Africa
Coastal East Africa including Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique shares a coastline ... resources, forests and a variety of ecosystems which support rich biodiversity. ...
Coastal Marine Ecosystem Services in Southeast Asia ...
Most countries in Southeast Asia (SEA) are endowed with highly diverse and rich coastal marine ecosystems as two major marine ecosystems (the South China Sea and the Sulawesi Sea) surround the region.
Coastal and Marine Ecosystems - Asia IUCN
Three quarters of the world’s population living in vulnerable coastal zones call Asia home. IUCN works to reduce the risks posed to coastal communities by supporting....
Joint ocean management transforms coasts in South East Asia - GEF
Joint ocean management transforms coasts in South East Asia ... Sea waters are warming up impacting the ocean ecosystem, and coastal ...
Measures to reduce single-use plastic waste
Preventing the extinction of coastal marine ecosystems in Africa and Asia
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