In Teluk Naga, residents work to save mangrove forests
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Renew: Volunteers plant mangrove seedlings in Teluk Naga in Tangerang, Banten, on Friday. Their work is part of a program to protect and expand the region’s 500 remaining hectares of coastal mangrove forests, which covered over 10,000 hectares just several decades ago. (JP/Multa Fidrus)Residents of Teluk Naga, one of the poorest areas of Tangerang, Banten, are working under a corporate social re...
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