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Alarm Bells from Jakarta’s Shores

Monday, July 26, 2021

The latest Greenpeace study warned about the impact of the rise in sea levels on Jakarta’s flooding by 2030. A more progressive strategy in lowering carbon dioxide emissions is imperative.

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Residents go about their day during the tidal flood at Kali Adem Port, Muara Angke, Jakarta, last October. Antara/Aprillio Akbar . tempo : 172132601724.

TIAROM, 45, was born and raised in Marunda, Cilincing, North Jakarta. He grew up at his parents’ house, two kilometers north of his current home in Pinggir Dermaga Muara, Kampung Marunda Kepu. Tiarom and his family left his old house in 1995 when the neighborhood was hit by flooding caused by serious abrasion. “Our old home has turned into an ocean,” said Tiarom in a WhatsApp message, accompanied by a photo of Marunda filled wit


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