Mangrove forest needs better care
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Two against the sea: Two mangrove trees are swamped by piles of garbage in the so-called protected mangrove forest in Pantai Indah Kapuk, North Jakarta. JP/Desy Nurhayati Piles of garbage seem to be a common sight around the Angke Kapuk protected mangrove forest in the North Jakarta coastal area, despite the efforts of several environmentally friendly groups. These groups, which inc...
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