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  • EditorialsIndonesia Water Journal - JULY 2021

    Indonesia Water Journal – JULY 2021

    Featured News Editorials Indonesia Water Journal Indonesia Water Portal Wednesday, 04 August 2021 Dear readers, Welcome to Indonesia Water Journal July 2021 Edition! We have highlighted some articles and infographics related to water, mangrove, and peatland conservation as we celebrate World Nature Conservation Day this month. Feel free to share…

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    Mangrove: why it’s good to keep

    News Editorials Indonesia Water Portal Tuesday, 31 August 2021 Mangroves can store 9 times more carbon in the soil compared to tropical forests. Yeah, it is incredible. Surprised much? Find out other facts about mangroves!  Infographic by Rizki Ramadhan Prayitno (The Water Agency) Tags: Mangrove restoration climate change resiilience BRGM

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    Mangrove forests to hereafter not be converted into ponds: Minister

    Aerial photo of the mangrove forest cover in the buffer zone of Sumatra’s East Coast Mangrove Forest Nature Reserve, which has been partially converted into an oil palm plantation area in Mendahara, Tanjungjabung Timur, Jambi, Friday (10/07/2020). (ANTARA PHOTO/Wahdi Septiawan/wsj) Source: ANTARA News Date: 16 July 2020 Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister,…

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    Ministry Sets Target to Rehabilitate 200 ha of Mangrove Forests

    Featured  Ministry Sets Target to Rehabilitate 200 ha of Mangrove Forests Source: Tempo.co Date: 26 July 2020 The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) has set a target to rehabilitate 200 ha of mangrove forests in several coastal regions across Indonesia this year. KKP planned to improve the condition of…

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    ASEAN loses a third of mangroves in last 40 years

    An aerial view of the mangrove forest zone in Teluk Bintuni regency, West Papua in this undated file photo.The ASEAN region lost about 33 per cent of its mangrove forests between 1980 and 2020, a decrease of more than 63,000sq km, said the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (ACB). (JP/Jerry Adiguna)…

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    Replanting alone won’t stop mangrove degradation: Activists

    A man teaches a child how to plant mangroves in Pekan Bada, Aceh, on Aug. 4. (Photo by Chaideer Mahyuddin / AFP) Source: The Jakarta Post Date: 20 October 2020  When 53-year-old Azizi is not tending to his crab farm, he would be nursing the 456-hectare mangrove forest near his home…

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    Indonesia creates expert wetlands team to revitalize development goal efforts

    Mangrove forest on Lake Tabarisia in Mamberamo Raya, Papua. (Photo by Mokhamad Edliadi / CIFOR) Source: Forests NewsDate: 30 December 2020 Getting a jump start on U.N. Decade on Ecosystem Restoration A Strategic Coordination Team for Wetlands Management created by Indonesia’s Ministry of National Planning or National Development Planning Agency…

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    Mangrove Rehabilitation to Start on 150,000 Hectares Lands in 2021, Luhut Says

    Mangrove Rehabilitation to Start on 150,000 Hectares Lands Source: Tempo.co Date: 26 January 2021  The Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan targeted the mangrove rehabilitation program will be started on 150,000 hectares (ha) of land in 2021. It was conveyed in the coordination meeting on the acceleration…

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