Blue Carbon Ecosystem Governance in Indonesia: Threats & Opportunities

Summary by Ground News
Coastal areas are estimated to be one of the most impacted areas by climate change. Indonesia has 3,364,076 hectares of mangroves, making it the country with the largest area of manGroves in the world. Indonesia's current data on seagrass do not represent the existing area. Spatial Planning not effective in protecting BCE.
4 months ago

News Articles

The Jakarta Post

Blue Carbon Ecosystem Governance in Indonesia: Threats & Opportunities

With the worsening impact of climate change due to human activity, as highlighted in the latest findings of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (2021), coastal areas are estimated to be one of the most impacted areas by climate change.

4 months ago·Jakarta, Indonesia
Read Full Article
Think freely.Subscribe and get full access to Ground NewsSubscriptions start at $9.99/yearSubscribe

Bias Distribution

100% of the sources lean Left
The Jakarta Post
L 100%
Untracked bias
See less detail