Scientists say mangroves, like this one in Hell’s Bay in Everglades National Park, can help combat climate change by storing carbon. They put the value of that storage in the park alone at between $2 billion to $3.4 billion.
Scientists say mangroves, like this one in Hell’s Bay in Everglades National Park, can help combat climate change by storing carbon. They put the value of that storage in the park alone at between $2 billion to $3.4 billion. Curtis Morgan Miami Herald Staff
Scientists say mangroves, like this one in Hell’s Bay in Everglades National Park, can help combat climate change by storing carbon. They put the value of that storage in the park alone at between $2 billion to $3.4 billion. Curtis Morgan Miami Herald Staff

Everglades mangroves might hold billion-dollar fix for climate change

November 25, 2016 02:34 PM

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