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Community project helps Kenya aim for climate goals one mangrove tree at a time
by Joyce Chimbi
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11 January 2022
On 11 January 2022 Mongabay reported:
Along Kenya's southeastern coast, three communities are restoring 460 hectares (1,137 acres) of the Vanga mangrove forest to meet the country's emission reduction targets. The Vanga Blue Forest project has planted more than 1,000 native mangrove trees since it started in 2019, and aims to work with neighboring communities in Tanzania to restore mangrove forests along 140 kilometers (87 miles) of the East African coastline.
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