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COVID-19, public ignorance and democratic decline: three forces chipping away at Indonesia's poor environmental conservation

By Dirk Tomsa, Associate Professor of Politics, La Trobe University
Ken M.P. Setiawan, Lecturer in Asian and Indonesian Studies, The University of Melbourne
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Studies examining how the pandemic has affected the environment around the globe have produced mixed results.

Among some good news, for instance, lockdown measures worldwide have resulted in reduced greenhouse gas emissions and better air quality.

On the other hand, a European Environment Agency report noted a surge in the use of single-use…

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