Diving to save the reefs of Derawan
The Jakarta Post
At first, Arif Hadianto, 30, went scuba diving only to find new things to photograph.
Later, he and dozens of friends went underwater to help the WWF save the coral reefs off Derawan Island.
Arif said he had had no hobbies when he graduated Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta and took a public relations job with Berau Coal in East Kalimantan five years ago.
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