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These trees are crucial to our planet's survival - why are we not protecting them?

Mangroves help us in the fight against climate change - but many species are at risk Image: Photo by Hayden Dunsel on Unsplash

Enric Sala

Explorer-in-Residence, National Geographic Society, Member of Friends of Ocean Action and Champions for Nature

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