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We published the article: Resilient lagoons? Climate Change, Sustainability and adaptation in the Journal of Geography. Click on read more for the details
The Resilient Lagoon Network West Africa Conference took place July 2022 to develop a framework for sustainable lagoon management. A multi-disciplinary group of academics and practitioners contributed to the discussion and development of the framework, which we hope to launch in 2023.
Dr Sian Davies-Vollum gave a webinar “The future of coastal lagoons and why that matters” for the Institute of Environmental Sciences. The webinar is available here: https://www.the-ies.org/analysis/ies-webinar-future-coastal
The Resilient Lagoon Network would like to invite you to a stakeholder discussion focusing on coastal communities and environments in West Africa.
About Lagos lagoon There are about ten Lagoons in Lagos State, with the Lagos and Lekki lagoons being the major lagoons among these lagoons. The other lagoons are Yewa, Badagry, Ologe, Iyagbe, Kuramo, Apese, Epe, and Mahin lagoons. The main body of the Lagoon lies between longitude 30 22’ and 30 40’ East and latitudes …
About Muni lagoon The Muni Pomadze lagoon is situated on Ghana’s central coastline, 60 km west of Accra. The lagoon is separated from the ocean by a 2 km long beach bar that is permanently connected to land at its eastern side. Three small rivers drain into the lagoon with a catchment area of approximately …