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Water & Vegetation

Episode 2 | Three Carbon Catchers

How do mangroves play a role in climate change? Mangroves collect and remove carbon dioxide, a significant contributor to the warming of oceans and the atmosphere. This piece, "Three Carbon Catchers," by artists Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, brings awareness to the critical role these trees play in slowing climate change. The more mangroves, the better.

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