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Mitigation Using Mangrove and Coffee

Monday, March 28, 2022

The government and communities are trying to mitigate the direct impacts of climate change. This includes planting mangrove and coffee to absorb water in the upstream areas.

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A college student plants mangrove trees on the coast of Tolitoli village, Konawe, Southeast Sulawesi, September 2021. ANTARA FOTO/Jojon . tempo : 172167013721.

THE homes of most Timbulsloko hamlet’s 155 residents at the Sayung subdistrict, Demak Regency, Central Java, are already above the water surface. Houses in this village must raise their floors to avoid flood tides. At least 15 families have chosen to leave their hometown. “I’m holding on because most of my relatives live here,” said Sonhaji, head of the local neighborhood, on Friday, March 4.

Sayung is an extreme example


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