Madagascar fishermen plant mangroves to reverse climate change impact


CGTN Africa
Published on May 14, 2018

In Madagascar, fishermen are doing their bit to reverse the effects of climate change. With help from the World Wide Fund for Nature, they’re nurturing the island nation’s mangrove forests. Decimation of the mangroves has led to rising sea levels, which in turn affects the fishermen’s livelihood.

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