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Excessive use of clean water will trigger a global clean water crisis

The rapid growth of the world’s population will have a devastating impact on the amount of clean water that is readily available because of persistent climate change, severe pollution levels, and excessive water use. This will result in a decrease in the amount of clean water that is readily available. This is going to be the case for a variety …

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Tour the Musi River with Ammonia and Coal Dust

The administrations of South Sumatra (South Sumatra) and Palembang have made substantial efforts to develop tourism along the Musi River over the course of the past decade. These efforts may be seen in South Sumatra. There are a great deal of visitors who come to the city that is the oldest in the archipelago simply to take in the scenery …

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The Heavy Challenge of the Indonesian Environmental Movement

“There was an eerie hush in the room. Take birds as an example. Where exactly have they gone? This topic is discussed by a lot of individuals. Confused and tense throughout. The birds in the courtyard had abandoned their feeding sites, so they had left. Some birds are still seen in a dying state. These birds are shaking so violently …

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This is Earthquake and Tsunami Mitigation in Malang

As a result of Indonesia’s location on the Pacific Ring of Fire, it is susceptible to earthquakes, tsunamis, and explosive volcanic activity. Nearly the whole Indonesian island chain south of Java and Sumatra was shaken from 1987 to 2017. Because of the Eurasian plate, Kalimantan is relatively unaffected. Malang was hit by a magnitude VIII-IX MMI earthquake in 1958 and …

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Landslides are becoming more frequent in West Java. Why?

The Jati Radio Village, Cililin Village, West Bandung Regency (KBB), West Java, was affected by another landslide disaster on Sunday, March 12th, 2017. TNI/Polri and the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) and volunteers began removing landslide debris from the area, helped by residents. As reported by Mongabay, the landslides from Geger Pulus Hill left behind big rocks and dirt strewn …

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