Neues Ziel – Malizia Mangrove Park in Mati

New destination - Malizia Mangrove Park in Mati


Philippines is one of the most deforested countries in the tropics

Increasing problems with soil erosion, crop quality and landslides

Because the trees are cleared for "beautiful" beaches, i.e. for the tourism industry and for the shrimp farms

The trees are also necessary for over a hundred mammals and over 170 bird species that can only be found in the Philippines


Plant mangrove trees

To preserve biodiversity, protect the local population and counteract global warming

The average mangrove tree absorbs approximately 300 kg of CO2 over 25 years, after which they absorb 25 kg per year

By rooting the trees, the roots also provide life for fish, crabs, shrimp and other crustaceans. Young animals in particular are protected from predators here

“The future interests me more than the past, because that is where I intend to live”

- Albert Einstein
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