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Indonesia could lose 2,000 islands due to climate change
Rising sea levels because of global warming stand to inundate around 2,000 islands in Indonesia by 2030, the country's environment minister said Monday. The assessment by Rachmat Witoelar was the government's bleakest yet of the effects of global warming on the Southeast Asian nation that is made up of some 18,000 islands, most of them unpopulated.
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kiwimave
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Well in a certain sense this would be fair as they produce a LOT of unnecessary CO2 by burning their forests


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2000 is just a little bit... cause we're still have 11000 thousand more island available. so what do u yhink?
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On 29-01-2007 21:47 ray77 wrote:
2000 is just a little bit... cause were still have 11000 thousand more island available. so what do u yhink?
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  • Indonesia could lose 2,000 islands due to climate change ........ like the Dutch filosopher en master football-player , mr. J. Cruyff said, every negativety has a positive relation ..... the other day I heard on the Dutch national Radio-1, some environmental experts, one of them a Dutch biologist, saying that in some desertified parts of Africa the desert of Sahara is getting 'greener', also due to human interference, but still the 'effect' is there ...... thus it would lead us to ask wether 'all the global wold eco-systems' are now interacting also, with eachother ....... so figuratively speaking: ' .... the wold-eco systems are in unbalance; but probably because of this 'shifting change' it is searching for a new balance .... ' (But is there time enough ???)


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    Well, islands that are not islands anymore cannot be used for agriculture of course.


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