Indonesia is the possessor of the third biggest tropical forest in the world. However, nearly half of Indonesia's forest has experienced degradation. Keep Indonesia green by planting trees now!

Mount Rinjani (Nusa Tenggara Barat), DAS Ciliwung (West Java), Muara Gembong (West Java), Teluk Lamong (Surabaya) and Samosir (North Sumatera) are some of Indonesia tropical forests. The conditions of the forests are in need of attention due to illegal logging, wildfires, mining activity, forest conversion into massive industrial plantation, and irresponsible logging which act as the primary causes of forest damage.

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