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Healthy shark populations are an asset to the Indonesian economy, worth US$ 22 million per year, according to recent study

“The study estimates that if sharks were absent from the surveyed sites, Indonesia’s tourism industry could lose roughly 25 percent of dive tourist expenditures per year.”

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World’s Leading Coffee Companies Commit to Tackle Deforestation in Indonesia

WCS announced that a group of the world’s leading coffee companies has committed to addressing deforestation from illegal coffee production inside Indonesia’s Bukit Barisan Selatan (BBS) National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia.

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20 Years Conserving Sulawesi's Wildlife

Since 1999, Wildlife Conservation Society Indonesia Program has been supporting Indonesian government to protect Sulawesi's conservation areas based on three main programs: biodiversity survey, maleo conservation programs, and SMART Patrol.