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Gabriela Díaz Musmanni is the Communications Officer at the Global Center on Adaptation. She is a former journalist who loves to write and is passionate about climate issues and humanitarian action.

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5 reasons why floating development is set to take the world by storm

Not long ago, the concept of a floating metropolis was the material of science fiction. Today, the world’s first floating cities are set to rise from the waters of the port city of Busan in South Korea and the Maldives archipelago, where rising sea levels pose an existential threat to the low-lying island nation.

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5 Ways Wetlands are Crucial to Climate Change Adaptation
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Gabriela Díaz Musmanni

5 Ways Wetlands are Crucial to Climate Change Adaptation

Environmental Sustainability

Wetlands stabilize coastlines, buffer against extreme weather events, and reduce the risk of soil erosion. Wetlands are disappearing at an alarming rate all over the world: three times faster than forests. These areas of land that are partially or totally covered with water – permanently or seasonally – include marshes, swamps and bogs. Along with coral reefs and rainforests, wetlands are among the world’s most biodiverse ecosystems.

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5 Ways Wetlands are Crucial to Climate Change Adaptation


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