Myths, urban legends could help save lakes
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Evil lurks in the waters and may it continue to spook people from drawing too close or exploiting it. This was the sort of message that Adhisa tried to convey through his doctoral thesis about the benefits of using myths to preserve and manage water ecosystems. "It works," he told The Jakarta Post Thursday, after defending his thesis completed at the environmental science study program ...
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