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From Flores to Papua: Meet 10 of Indonesia's mangrove guardians
by Loren Bell
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6 June 2021
On 6 June 2021 Mongabay reported:
Indonesia is home to 3.2 million hectares (7.9 million acres) of mangroves, more than any other country. These coastal forests, which serve as nurseries for countless fish species and help mitigate tidal flooding and tsunami waves, are being cleared for fish farms, charcoal production, and other commercial activities. The Indonesian government in 2020 announced a plan to replant 600,000 hectares (1.5 million acres) of mangroves on degraded coastline by 2024. But an unsung army of ordinary Indonesians has been toiling around the country for decades to save and grow mangrove forests. These are some of their stories.
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