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Sea level rise may threaten Indonesia’s status as an archipelagic country

By Dita Liliansa, Ocean Law & Policy Research Associate, National University of Singapore
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At least 115 of Indonesia’s islands will be underwater due to a combination of sea level rise and land subsidence. What do these estimates mean to Indonesia’s future as an archipelagic state?The Conversation

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