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“Mangrove restoration and rehabilitation, including conservation, is necessary for most of Jamaica’s forests. There are no untouched mangrove areas remaining in Jamaica, and we must protect the remaining forests from removal, as well as from some of the more gradual destructive effects, like solid waste (including plastics) build-up. The comments by JET are welcomed, as any opportunity to support and highlight the importance of mangroves and the threats they face are well received,” Webber said further.
People planting mangrove seedlings in the water along a section of the Palisadoes Road.
Published on 16 Sep, 2021