Mangrove conservation parks work for green alternative
The Jakarta Post
In the northern part of the city, where much of the land is occupied by housing complexes or malls, there is a natural sanctuary in the form of a mangrove conservation park that links the sea to the north and the land to the south.
The Angke Kapuk Nature Tourism Park, a mangrove conservation park run by a private company, is a tightly run operation in which 70 percent of the park has been ...
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