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How Indonesia is using mangrove forests to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060

Indonesia has implemented a mangrove restoration programme that works towards achieving carbon neutrality by 2060. Image: UNSPLASH/Deni Febriliyan

Bernadette Christina

Journalist, Reuters

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