Main Program | Precious Peatlands

26 Oct 2019 10:15 - 11:30
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
NEKA Museum. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

Indonesia has 36% of the world’s tropical peatlands. Home to tens of thousands of endangered species, and more effective at storing carbon than forests, this crucial habitat is under severe threat. Join our panel to learn about peatlands conservation, protection, and restoration efforts, as well as how literature plays a role in connecting humans with nature.

Supported by Pantau Gambut and WRI Indonesia.

Indonesia memiliki 36% dari lahan gambut tropis dunia. Merupakan rumah bagi puluhan ribu spesies yang terancam punah, dan lebih efektif dalam menyimpan karbon dibandingkan hutan, habitat penting ini berada di bawah ancaman parah. Bergabunglah dengan panel kami untuk mempelajari tentang upaya konservasi, perlindungan, dan restorasi lahan gambut, serta bagaimana sastra berperan dalam menghubungkan manusia dengan alam.

Didukung oleh Pantau Gambut dan WRI Indonesia.  



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