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Spatial planning and indigenous economy

  • Azis Khan
    Azis Khan


Jakarta | Thu, November 8, 2018 | 10:08 am
Spatial planning and indigenous economy Increasing number of young Dayaks in Central Kalimantan campaign to protect and reconnect with their indigenous culture and land. (Courtesy of Randi Julian Miranda/File)

PREMIUM The country’s fifth National Spatial Day, to be observed today on Nov. 8, should be used as an opportunity for all parties to pay more attention to the widely neglected indigenous regional spatial planning. 

Indonesia’s indigenous regional spatial planning and mapping has progressed slowly. More indigenous regions have instead “disappeared”, preceded by ...

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