Black-faced spoonbills gather at the Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar site in Mai Po. Photo: Martin ChanBlack-faced spoonbills gather at the Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar site in Mai Po. Photo: Martin Chan
Black-faced spoonbills gather at the Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar site in Mai Po. Photo: Martin Chan

Letters | Hong Kong mangroves protect the city, it’s now our turn to protect them

  • The role of mangroves in coastal protection cannot be ignored as rising temperatures and sea levels intensify the ferocity of typhoons and wave surges
  • The government must extend its policy of no net loss of wetlands to our remaining mangroves, and ensure survival of ecosystems that save our lives and property

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Black-faced spoonbills gather at the Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar site in Mai Po. Photo: Martin ChanBlack-faced spoonbills gather at the Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar site in Mai Po. Photo: Martin Chan
Black-faced spoonbills gather at the Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar site in Mai Po. Photo: Martin Chan
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