Crowdempowering to solve environmental problems
Nirarta Samadhi and Reidinar Juliane
PREMIUM One day in 2015, Saripah, a 22-year-old young girl, said softly, “Mother, I’m having a hard time breathing.” Saripah’s mother, Siti, immediately took her to a hospital, but unfortunately her daughter soon died of lung failure. Her respiratory organs looked dark although Saripah never smoked. Siti said the smoke from peatland fires killed her daughter. The story of Saripa...
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