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Yes, the website features news, visual data, tools, questions and answers from experts, and videos highlighting the many initiatives on the conservation of the Coral Triangle. But more importantly, it is an online facility with a social knowledge network where researchers, professionals, students, community leaders, nongovernment organizations, policy makers, and anyone who wishes to collaborate online to discuss how we can help in our own little ways to protect this valuable natural resource.

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The most common places you’ll find mold and how to prevent it

The mold can be extremely dangerous for your health especially if you’re suffering from chronic lung disease like asthma or if you’re suffering from the allergies. The mold can also make you suffer from many dangerous health issues like skin, throat and eye irritation, and coughing and wheezing. The mold can appear in any part of your home and you can’t control it completely but there is one thing that you can do and that is the regular inspection.

Yes, you can regularly inspect several parts of your home to see if mold has started growing there or not. There is no need to check every single corner of the house because mold appears in some common areas. So, in today’s article, we’ll talk about those common places where mold can appear in your home so that you may regularly inspect those areas. This will help in saving a lot of time and effort.

If the mold has started appearing in any part of your home, you may take help from the Mold Remediation Services in Boca Raton to remove the mold or you can also try to remove it yourself with the help of the tips that we are sharing in this article.

Common Places where mold can appear

Here are the most common places where mold can appear in your home:

  • Underneath or behind refrigerators
  • Around air-conditioning units
  • Behind walls that have plumbing equipment installed in them
  • Cellars or basements that have been flooded
  • Wallboard or around windows that leak
  • Underneath bathroom and kitchen sinks
  • Under carpeting that may have become wet
  • Stack of cardboard boxes, wet newspaper or damp

 

These are the most common places where mold can appear in your home and if you do not pay them any attention the mold would keep growing and it would become so bigger that you won’t be able to remove it yourself. The mold does not only damage your health but it also causes a lot of damage to your home.

So, you must remove it immediately. Please keep visiting these common places after every 2-3 months to see if mold has started appearing there. Here are some tips how you can remove the mold from your home.

Mold removing products

There are plenty of mold removing products available in the stores. You can simply buy one of those products and start applying it to the mold according to the instructions. This will help in removing the mold instantly.

Household products

You may also use several household products like Vinegar, Borax, and bleach to remove the mold. There are many other household products that can be very helpful in this regard. So, you must try to use those products to remove the mold.

Hiring the professional contractors

If the mold has grown too bigger and you find it difficult to remove, then you must hire the expert contractors as they can complete the job in a professional way and they’ll completely remove the mold from your home. Click Here and see some other common places where mold can appear in your home.

KNOWLEDGE NETWORK

Welcome to the Knowledge Network, the social networking site of the Coral Triangle Knowledge Network. This is the hub of discussions and interactions about the Coral Triangle, where you can join groups depending on your geographical location (Pacific or Southeast Asia) or your expertise or interest (coral reefs, aquatic resources, coastal resources, or climate change). Think of it as Facebook focused on expanding and sharing knowledge about the Coral Triangle. Chat with experts, scholars, scientists, professionals, or students in NGOs, donor agencies, media, volunteers, civil society, and other stakeholders.

For more information about coral triangle knowledge network. Click here.

ADB Coral Triangle Pacific Program

ADB is providing technical assistance to five Pacific countries through the project “Strengthening Coastal and Marine Resources Management in the Coral Triangle of the Pacific (Phase II).”

The project aims to improve the resilience of coastal and marine ecosystems and prepare them to adjust to climate change. The assistance is a four-year project which runs from January 2011 to December 2014.

The objectives of the project include the following:

  • strengthening the capabilities of national and local institutions in sustainable coastal and marine resources management in the five countries; and
  • coastal communities’ application of best practices in ecosystembased fishery management and climate change adaptation.

Three of the five countries, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and Timor-Leste, are in the Coral Triangle group of countries which also includes Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

The others are Fiji and Vanuatu. All five countries have common environmental concerns in climate change and biodiversity conservation under the Global Environment Facility-Pacific Alliance for Sustainability.

Project Impact and Outcome

More resilient marine and coastal ecosystems in these countries will halt and reverse the productivity decline in these systems, thus improving national food security. Capacity building efforts will also be enhanced, resulting in more effective integrated coastal resources management and making the development of coastal communities more resilient to climate change and thus more sustainable.

For more information about coral triangle pacific. Click here.

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