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Supriya Prasannan, Connected Mangroves Project Lead and Head of Legal, Ericsson Malaysia, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh, inspects the thriving mangrove forest. Image: Ericsson.

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Vice-President, Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility, Ericsson
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The Connected Mangroves site 2015 and 2022. Source: Global Environment Centre.
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