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Islet in the terraced rice fields of Bali, Indonesia (8°30’ S, 115°26’ E).Algaculture in Bali, Indonesia (8°42’ S, 115°27’ E).Gathering seaweed, Bali, Indonesia (8°17’ S, 115°06’ E).
Banda Aceh after the tsunami of December 26, 2004, Sumatra, Indonesia (5°32’ N, 95°19’ E).The ruins of Meulaboh after the tsunami, Sumatra Island, Indonesia (4°00’ N, 96°00’ E).Banda Aceh, Lhok Nga mosque after the tsunami of December 26, 2004, Sumatra, Indonesia (5°33’ N, 95°18’ E).
Isolated tree in a eucalyptus plantation, Indonesia (1°54’ S, 112°29’ E).New oil palm plantations near Pundu, Borneo, Indonesia (1°59’ S, 113°06’ E).Oil palm plantation, Borneo, Indonesia (1°13’ S, 113°36’ E).
Village on silts near Pundu, Borneo, Indonesia (1°49’ S, 113°16’ E).Deforestation in Borneo, Indonesia (1°06’ S, 113°39’ E).Floating houses near Pundu, Borneo, Indonesia (1°49’ S, 113°16’ E).
Gold mining, borneo, Indonesia (1°32’ S, 113°05’ E).Gold mining, borneo, Indonesia (1°32’ S, 113°05’ E).New oil palm plantation, near Pundu, Borneo, Indonesia (1°59’ S, 113°06’ E).
Deforestation for oil palm plantation, near Pundu, Borneo, Indonesia (1°59’ S, 113°06’ E).Raja Ampat Islands - Trees uprooted on Wai Island, West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).Raja Ampat Islands (Four Kings), West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).
Raja Ampat Islands (Four Kings), West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).Raja Ampat Islands (Four Kings), West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).Raja Ampat Islands (Four Kings), West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).
Raja Ampat Islands (Four Kings), West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).Raja Ampat Islands (Four Kings), West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).Raja Ampat Islands (Four Kings), West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).
Raja Ampat Islands (Four Kings), West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).Raja Ampat Islands: Waigeo Island, Kabui Bay, West Papua province, Indonesia (0°19’ S, 130°37’ E).Raja Ampat Islands (Four Kings), West Papua province, Indonesia (0°41’ S, 130°25’ E).


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