Post-extractivism in Indonesia: Is it possible?
Poppy S. Winanti
Teaches at the international relations department, Gadjah Mada University
PREMIUM Recent fierce resistance from civil society to offshore tin mining in Belitung and East Belitung regencies poses an intriguing question as to whether this movement can be regarded as a new beginning toward post-extractivism in Indonesia. For the last couple of years, civil society in Belitung has been resisting offshore tin-mining activities on account of their damaging impact not only on the e...
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