Climate change is a long-term change in the Earth’s temperature, weather patterns and overall climate. One of the biggest impacts of climate change is an increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the Earth’s atmosphere. One type of gas is carbon dioxide (CO2), which traps heat in the atmosphere and causes global warming. To address climate change global action is needed, including reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, investments in renewable energy, forest preservation, and changes in human behavior to reduce their carbon footprint. All of this is necessary to protect the environment and prevent the serious impacts of climate change in the future.
Mangrove trees are among the trees that accumulate carbon in their biomass and soil. This helps reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere and can mitigate climate change. Not only does this tree reduce greenhouse gases but mangroves can be home to a number of living things that can maintain the ecosystem. In addition, mangroves can also break the waves so as to prevent abrasion on the coast. Mangrove forest conservation also relies heavily on the support and active participation of the local community. By involving the community in mangrove forest conservation efforts, we can create sustainable engagement, promote shared responsibility and produce better results in maintaining this important ecosystem. This is an important step in preserving the coastal environment and maintaining the marine ecosystem.