Mangrove ecosystems may be one of the world’s most valuable green factories, continually producing multiple economic and ecological value streams in 123 countries via 73 varieties.
The world bank reports the insure untold billions of dollars of coastal properties since forty percent of the word lives on the coasts where mangroves reduce ocean storm waves by sixty-six percent. NASA and other prestigious research agencies have quantified their many values, population, and health status from thousands of satellites and state-of-the-art databases. See NASA and Ted Talk, and Youtube, GlobalMangroveWatch.org, WWFpanda.org, Mr. Mangrove in Senegal and the mangrove Myanmar drone reforestation, complete with a crypto to tokenize and benefits. Virtually anyone may participate and benefit with the most modest input.
Fifty percent of the world’s coastal fisheries production is dependent on a tipping point aggregate amount of mangroves, and since thousands of kinds of fish spend their early lives on mangrove ecosystems, estuaries, and deltas, etc., seventy five percent of all ocean fishing production is linked to the world. Only salt water tree that can work with fresh water and waters where evaporation creates waters with twice the salinity of ocean water. Mangroves store more carbon just in the soil than most rain forest trees do in their soil and biomass combined. Estimates of the speed of carbon storage range from 4-100 times the speed of rain forest trees and 5-6 times the volume. Mangrove Blue Forest store 1500 tons of carbon per hectare, more than 8 times land forests. The red mangrove with prop surface roots send oxygen to soil roots, and it is the most adaptive to all climate demands, including warming temperatures and humidity fluctuations. It is also a knowledge storehouse for plant scientists who seek to learn how to develop plants encountering more salt in the world water tables from many sources.
The red mangrove is the most widely distributed and easily cultivated due to its propagules which may float in water for a year before taking root. The carbon credits alone may be unique in the world with the dipteratops in Borneo’s rainforest and much of South East Asia. EcoViva .org and el yunque.org reveal other attributes and given Golden Opportunities Development MPT’s plant science and its abilities to draw out the many recessive traits without GMO and crisper tech. We would like to work with nature to improve any plant for its longevity and environmental contributions. Whether its Australia’s Great Barrier Reef or the coast lines of Africa we have evolutionary discoveries of profound import with many collaborators.
Ghana fish folk planted 45,000 mangroves since 2016 after a local NGO Hen Mpoano(HM) showed link between felling 115 hectares of mangroves out of 118. Women joined after learning the trees clean the air preventing airborne diseases. They collected seeds, tend seedling nurseries and plant seedlings after the men dig the holes for them. 10% of Ghana’s 29 million residents depend on the fishing industry. The ankobra mangrove restoration committee overseas how mangroves are maintained and used. West Africa’s mangrove generates $4,500 per square kilometer, $40,000 for water purification and $2,800 for carbon storage. Mangroves are being lost 4 times faster than other forests and since Africa has 12% of the total; they could do much for world with a mangrove Magna Carta restoration plan and be a world leader. It could start with Kenya’s success in Gazi Bay where just 2 of their 18 mangrove zones were restored along with the local economies. Kenya President’s allocation of $2 billion for land reforestation and the Gazi Bay Mangrove project earned 2 villagers 2.6 million shillings in 2 years directed by Mark Huxman from Edinburg Napier University. Achieving no global net loss could happen with Africa alone saving 150,000 hectares a year; a direct payoff for all local economies involved and a historic contribution to world in perpetuity.
Any one or all of 118 periodic chart elements may be in a 5th state form outside the entropic jurisdictional state of solid liquid, gas, plasma with their corollary time space friction polarities and matrix maya. This manna prashad is made by nature, rarely humans; is in land, sea and air and may be collected, condensed, ingested, sprayed, or acoustic broadcast to self-repair and advance any cell, organism or ecosystems on any level with an accumulative benefit. The Sundarban mangrove world heritage bio diversity global hub of carbon storage in the Ganges delta with dozens of bacteriophages and every ancient sea bed glacial mineral. Organic compound, ancient DNA, RNA complex from the 1,500 mile Ganges has collected and stored this synthesis for millennia and marveled at by the British, Scientific American and National Geographic journalists for over 100 years.
UAE’s local grey mangrove is highly salt tolerant and UAE mangroves are the largest forest in the gulf where far seeing leaders started a blue carbon project in 2014. 30,000 will be planted by ministry of climate change and environment while integrating 24 coral species. Dubai’s blue carbon ecosystems can be seen at sustainabilitytribe.com. See UAE 18 month mangrove study at moccae.gov.ae.
LSU’s Robert Twilley documents mangrove carbon mastery worldwide through 40 years of study in Mississippi river delta, Brazil’s Amazon & India’s Sundarbans where mangroves are the emperors of carbon. The Sundarbans Ganges river delta is the earth’s oldest largest mangrove forest and likely the highest per tree carbon sink ever. Controversial to some, ancient trees have cloned many of the world’s largest and oldest tree elders and we are receptive to seeing how our solutions may advance their science.
The rungdo Pakistan campaign planted 200,000 saplings and aims for 1.4 million by 8/2019 with ROI quantified by GIS maps. Pakistan’s reforestation minister has agreed to trials of our Pakistan manna Agroforestry 2.0 solutions as soon as we arrange shipping after our Africa natural solutions tour. Before Pakistan’s tsunami reforestation of 1 billion trees; their forest cover was Asia’s lowest at 2 1/2% of the nations land; well below the wwf recommended 25%.
1/2 million depend on the world’s largest mangrove forest which may be lost from a 1,320 megawatt coal plant scheduled to be built nearby. India and Bangladesh are two of countries most affected by climate change while these trees stir 1,500 tons of carbon per hectare in a million hectare area. Puerto Rico’s Vieques Bay mangroves are keys to world’s most bio luminescent bay. Each 1/500th of an inch diameter plankton radiates 100 times it’s light volume at 750,000 plankton per cubic gallon often glowing on and off in synchrony. Preceeding days solar input and the red variety’s continual root production of B12 determine the light show volume. The red’s roots super absorb carbon via suberin with a microbial synergy. Adding 5th state nutrients could be a key to a super plants carbon kingdom for a carbon climate safe world. Suberin enhancement is sought by San Diego’s harnessing plants project. See Ted talk Youtube.
In 2017 northern Australia lost 7,400 hectares of one earth’s hardiest trees as an after effect of 2016 El Nino combined with a 4 year drought with all trunk biomass carbon returned to the atmosphere. Carbonate coast lines may store up to 220 metric tons per acre.
Mangrove.org provides a global satellite overview with many solutions and education for anyone.