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Mangalore port most vulnerable to rising sea

Many of the ports on India’s long coastline such as Mumbai, Kakinada and Mangalore are likely to see large parts of their areas go under water in the next 100 years due to the inexorable rise in sea levels

A century from now, Mangalore city in coastal Karnataka will have the port most affected in India by the rise in sea levels caused by global warming, according to a recent study by NASA…Read more

Replanting mangroves in Kachchh saves coast, people, world

The efforts to replant mangroves on Gujarat’s Kachchh coast is a positive development that has become necessary because older mangrove forests have been cut down

Hassan Bhai stretches his sinewy, sun-tanned, fisherman’s arm’s across a large swath of the Gulf of Kachchh and proudly shows the mangrove plantation that people from his village nurture…Read More