Mangroves: Useful Protectors of Our Coasts!
By Danielle Carey, Chee Su YinApril 2019 FEATURE
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Danielle Carey was born in Wales and studied BSc Environmental Science at University of Plymouth, England. She spent most of 2018 exploring South-east Asia, including three months completing research on plastic pollution in Penang’s mangroves. She is passionate about protecting coastal habitats and communicating science to wider audiences.
Chee Su Yin
Dr Chee Su Yin is a senior lecturer at the Centre for Marine and Coastal Studies. Born and bred in Penang, she has made it her goal to discover novel approaches to develop coastal areas in a sustainable way in order for the ecosystem and the community to co-exist in equilibrium.