Sabah rehabilitating 250ha of degraded mangroves


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  • Sunday, 17 Aug 2014

KOTA KINABALU: Some 250ha of degraded mangroves in Sabah are to be rehabilitated over the next five years by the state Forestry Department with contributions from a Japanese company.

This would be the second phase of a collaboration between the department and the International Society for Mangrove Ecosystems (ISME) that had so far restored nearly 152ha of Sabah wetlands over the past four years.

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