Mangrove Poverty Importance

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To what extent does poverty have an important role towards mangrove biodiversity ? 1821 words not including the candidate details, appendix, the bibliography or this sentence. Introduction: Poverty is one of the major problems being faced by countries worldwide. It’s a condition where people are having financial problems, in which that they cannot satisfy their basic needs. According to, nearly 1/2 of the world’s population which is more than 3 billion people live on less than $2.50 a day. Having a hard time to survive or finding incomes, poor people that live near coastal area find it convenience to make mangrove for a living. For example, the fishermen living near the mangroves depend on the mangroves for their basic livelihood and fuel needs. Many poor communities rely on mangroves such as communities in United States, Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Indonesia. However loss of mangroves due to deforestation, overharvesting and etc cause a decrease in number of mangrove biodiversity, which affect the ecosystem and human life of the community. According to The Nature Conservancy and Wetlands International reported that the mangrove forests form thick vegetation along the coastline thereby shielding and protecting the coastal inhabitants from the ravages of cyclones, typhoons, tsunamis and storms reducing the force of storm or water entering the mainland. In the other words, a fall down number of mangrove due to poverty

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