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Thailand

Sukhon Island

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Conservation benefit: Education/trainings and natural resource management for mangrove conservation, a livelihood initiative program, and community mangrove center and mangrove study boardwalk

Date Approved: 01.2005

Mangroves

This project protects mangroves, which trap more CO2 than any other kind of forest and as a result, slow global warming.

Seacology is funding education, trainings and natural resource management for mangrove conservation on Sukhon Island. The grant will also help local groups who are beginning a livelihood initiative program, and building a community mangrove center and mangrove study boardwalk.

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