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The Curse of Cimandiri

Monday, September 12, 2022

Forest coverage of just 12 percent is the biggest cause of the Cimandiri River basin area being in critical condition. Conservation partnerships are a solution for restoring its supportive and retention power in the upstream area.

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The Cimandiri River basin area in Sukagalih, Sukabumi, West Java, November 2021. Deden Pramudiana/Independent Forest Monitoring Fund . tempo : 172132626566.

PINA Ekalipta had no objections when the Geospatial Information Agency put the Cimandiri River Basin Area (DAS) in the “extremely critical” category from 2015 to 2019. Pina, Head of the Citarum-Ciliwung River Basin Area and Protected Forest Management Center (BPDASLH) admitted that the Cimandiri DAS —which has critical water index of 173.12 percent—is classified as needing to be restored. More than half of this watershed a


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