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The Entrepreneur the Mangroves

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Entrepreneur: The entrepreneur in helping mangroves come back is Andrew Campbell who also works as a professor at a university. The reason came up because Indonesia has been hit to many times by Tsunami and mangroves protect the people by absorbing and taking out all the excess water about to hit and after. Also mangroves are also on the edge of extinction. So then there is also a chance for business to make more wires, and cables.

Capital: Green houses, federal aircraft buildings, farmlands, factories

Land: Water, soil, reefs, fisheries, crab, sun, invertebrate marine animals

Labor: Farmers, tourist, factory workers, mechanics, metal workers        

The mangrove is a type of ecosystem that occupies the intertidal zone near the mouths of freshwater courses of the coasts of tropical latitudes of the Earth. The mangrove is a type of ecosystem that occupies the intertidal zone near the mouths of freshwater courses of the coasts of tropical latitudes of the Earth. Between the mangrove areas They include estuaries and coastal areas. This ecosystem is composed of trees or shrubs that have adaptations that allow them to colonize flooded lands that are subject to saltwater intrusions. The term mangrove includes several species that have similar adaptations, but that belong to different families. The students, the visitors, and the inhabitants of the coastal zone and interested public have more information about them. Today in day, before the scenarios of climate change and disasters that have affected the coastal settlers, this need makes it even more relevant. Sensitizing the population will allow that there is more contact between citizens and nature. This will shape a better informed public and therefore more able to participate responsibly and to take measures of adaptation to a changing world. It will allow understanding the importance of nature as protective ecosystems that benefit us and their importance in the measures of adaptation to climate change. University texts are generally too technical and are often, so many high school and undergraduate students, the population, the inhabitants of coastal areas, the staff of government, ecotourists and, ecoguides. They have little access to them, other texts that have been written are for children and therefore they often give a piece important information, or well, this does not appear at the level that is required.

Soil erosion started this new foundational funding and entrepreneurship project. The mangroves to protect certain areas estates and cities from this fatigue loss of land. Though many would agree mangroves are the best solution it is hard to have mangroves and maintain it in that area because it, itself is on the edge of extinction. So this is a true fight for survival.  Country's like Indonesia, Africa, and Puerto rico manages to try and keep them from being extinct and also to help prevent soil erosion. For that every in take of sea water is every amount of area it would had hit on that piece of land. Therefore this fight will succeed if not for mangroves and there steel like roots and water in take and Tusnami's hit the shore line. This provides the country's more of a chance to have less soil erosion. An entrepreneur like Kevin O'Leary the most famous for his role in shark tank provide last year more protection of Florida's soil with mangroves transportation system.Soil erosion caused some many cities farms crops devastation. Which led to this ideal solution for them to grow more mangroves to protect from heavy water in take. This water intake is mostly known as erosion for soil caused by a high water concentration. Soil erosion effects not only crops but schools, homes, and local businesses everywhere. Indonesia is one of these places that need mangroves for a better and healthier economy to also to protect the ecosystem.


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