ALLCOT in the media

The Socio-Economic Implications of the ABC Mangrove Restoration Senegal Project

ALLCOT’s commitment to environmental sustainability takes center stage in the latest edition of “EchoVert, l’Hebdo de l’Environment.”

The spotlight shines brightly on the “ALLCOT Blue Carbon (ABC) Mangrove Restoration Senegal” project, a initiative aimed at reforesting 7,000 hectares of mangrove in Senegal.

Our project marks a significant step forward in the fight against climate change-induced mangrove degradation and overexploitation. By planting a diverse array of mangrove species, we seek to not only mitigate deforestation-related emissions but also bolster marine biodiversity in these critical coastal ecosystems.

At a recent workshop convened to validate the socio-economic aspects of the ABC Mangrove Senegal project, we reaffirmed its commitment to community involvement and engagement. With plans to actively involve local stakeholders in program implementation, we aim to ensure that the benefits of mangrove restoration extend far beyond environmental conservation alone.

The coverage in “EchoVert, l’Hebdo de l’Environment” underscores the importance of collaborative efforts in addressing environmental challenges. As we continue to focus on sustainable development practices, our ABC Mangrove Senegal project paves the way for a brighter, greener future for Senegal’s coastal communities and beyond.

ECHO VERT. N.022. February 27, 2024