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Baereleo R T, Chanel S, Duke N, (2018): Mangroves of Vanuatu. v1. Vanuatu Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation. Dataset/Occurrence. https://ipt.sprep.org/resource?r=vanuatu-mangrove-checklist&v=1.0
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-20.797, 166.201], North East [-12.426, 171.65]|
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|Family||Acanthaceae, Ptridaceae, Avicenniaceae, Rhizophoraceae, Euphorbiceae, Sterculiaceae, Combretaceae, Lythraceae, Sonneratiaceae, Meliaceae, Lecythidaceae, Bignoniaceae|
|Start Date / End Date||2011-01-01 / 2013-01-01|
MESCAL project is a German funded project which was implemented in the Pacific region by International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). With this project IUCN Oceania seeks to address the key challenges of mangrove management to increase the resilience of the Pacific people to climate change and improve livelihoods. The participating countries includes Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Samoa and Fiji. The objectives of the project is to; Improve livelihoods and conserve biodiversity Empower communities to make informed decisions related to mangrove management Increase institutional and technical capacity for improved environmental governance at all levels Promote community based actions on the ground in mangrove management for improved resilience to climate change Improve baseline knowledge about biological, economic, social and cultural aspects of mangrove resources and uses in each country and the link between healthy mangroves and disaster risk reduction, for informed adaptation to climate change at national and community level. Increase awareness at all levels of the role of mangroves and associated ecosystems in providing resilience to the impacts of climate change Investigate the feasibility for obtaining carbon credits for mangrove protection and reforestation, in the context of REDD+, and participating in the global carbon markets. It was a 4 year project from 2009- 2013
|Title||Mangrove Ecosystems for Climate Change Adaptation Livelihoods (MESCAL)|
|Funding||The project was funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) under its International Climate Initiative. Data prepared and published under project "Capacity building and data mobilization for conservation and decision making in the South Pacific" - BID-PA2016-0002-REG.|
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Our Special thank you to VESS for inviting us to this training and also for the wonderful mentors especially David Bloom, Michelle Gaither, John Wieczorek and Eric Crandall