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Coastal livelihoods

In recent decades, large areas of mangrove and rive paddies have been converted to aquaculture, mainly for tropical shrimp farming. But high profits have been accompanied by high environmental and social costs. The problems and solutions are put forward by scientists who gathered at an international conference in Vietnam.
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