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From Pit Mine to Park

Monday, June 20, 2022

A biodiversity park is built in Sawahlunto on a former open coal mine excavation pit. The park boasts local vegetation that disappear as a result of the mining activities.

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Sawahlunto Mayor, Deri Asta, plants a jackfruit tree seedling during the declaration of Emil Salim Kehati (Indonesian Biodiversity Conservation Trust Fund) Park in Sawahlunto, West Sumatra, June 8. Sawahlunto City Administration Public Relations . tempo : 172148331144.

A PLOT of land totaling 24.28 hectares in a little town east of the city of Padang, West Sumatra, is being turned into a nature park. The park in Sawahlunto has been named the Emil Salim Kehati (Biodiversity) Park. The park is located on what was an open coal mining excavation pit which stopped operation in 1923.

The Emil Salim Kehati Park is located on the border adjoining the Talawi and Barangin subdistricts. Not far from the location there ar


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