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5 principles to secure the future of blue carbon

Mangroves are an essential part of the blue carbon market, for their ability to sequester vast quantities of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, as well as improve coastal resilience. Image: REUTERS/Gabriella N. Baez

Whitney Johnston

Director, Ocean Sustainability, Salesforce


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Vida Manglar project calculate blue carbon stored Cispata mangrove forest
The “Vida Manglar” project was the first to calculate how much carbon was stored in this Cispata mangrove forest. Image: Conservation International

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