Mangroves are amazing. I enjoy being in a canoe inside a mangrove forest, looking at the birds, lizards, tiny crocodiles, and insects. In the water, I can watch small fish and crabs swim in safety for predators in between the mangrove roots. Yes, let’s grow mangroves!
Aake: 25 April 2023

Mangroves absorb CO2 and store carbon in the roots. Mangroves enhance biodiversity and provide excellent safe areas for small fish and animals
Daggan: 10 May 2023

1Mangroves are beautiful trees and with that beauty comes fresh air. It is breathtaking and revitalizing to take a boat ride across mangroves. But that is not all. These trees also play a major role in mitigating climate change and reversing its adverse effects by consuming a lot more carbon dioxide compared to other trees. Planting one mangrove to absorb carbon dioxide could be equated to planting 4-5 ordinary trees. The serenity provided by mangroves promotes eco-tourism and a great ambiance for recreation and relaxation – call it unwinding. I want to believe that because of their rooting system, mangroves provide a home to diverse marine life forms (e.g. fish and snakes).
As a plus, it is easy to plant a mangrove…
DoeeM: 10 May 2023

Mangroves provide filters (enhance water quality by their root), habitats (biodiversity), Ecosystems, absorb carbon dioxide, and natural infrastructure (protect erosion and absorb storm surge impacts even hurricanes). And then mangroves, sea grass, and coral reefs are related. Coral reefs dissipate the energy of waves and currents, providing calm environments for seagrass and mangroves. Mangroves and sea grass beds in turn stabilize the sediment and trap nutrients, creating the oligotrophic waters in which coral reefs thrive. And rapidly rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations are driving acidification in parallel with a warming of the oceans. So, mangroves are vital important to have good health in the world. That is the reason why we call it miracle trees.
Aung Phyo Naing: 11 May 2023

The mangrove trees mitigate CO2 climate gases like no other. The only tree growing in salty water is a buffer between land and the ocean.
Tun Tun: 11 May 2023