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Aquatic ecosystems play a crucial role in climate change adaptation and mitigation.
Yet, the high seas, coastal zones, wetlands, and freshwater hydrosystems are all suffering destabilization from anthropic pressure and global warming. FFEM supports nature-based solutions to protect aquatic ecosystems and restore their regulatory functions.
Improving governance of the high seas
Restoring coastal ecosystems
Conserving approach wetlands and their hydrosystems
A cross-cutting Recognizing approach
To preserve aquatic ecosystems over the long term, restoration and conservation actions must be combined with improved practices, whether in reducing greenhouse gas emissions or in promoting sustainable fishing practices. With this in mind, FFEM supports cross-cutting projects that target aquatic systems as well as climate issues and pollution. In this way, we contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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High seas, coastlines, wetlands, and freshwater hydrosystems: their role is crucial for climate regu...