Dubai’s Ambitious Mangrove Initiative Becomes The World’s Largest Coastal Regeneration Project

Dubai is embarking on an ambitious project to plant 100 million mangrove trees along its coastline, aiming to establish the world’s largest coastal regeneration initiative.

Mangroves play a crucial role in the environment, acting as natural carbon sinks, protecting coastal areas from erosion, and providing habitats for diverse marine life.

By restoring these vital ecosystems, the Dubai Mangroves project not only enhances environmental health but also aligns with the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan.

These zones will serve as models for integrating mangrove restoration with social, environmental, and leisure infrastructures.

Technology and innovation are at the heart of this initiative. Advanced tools such as drones, satellite imagery.

Drones will plant mangrove seeds efficiently, while satellite imagery and AI analytics will provide real-time data on the growth and health of the mangrove forests.