Indonesia has the largest mangrove forest in the world, which is 22.6% of the total mangrove forest area. This forest grows and develops in the transition zone between land and sea. Its ecological existence demands the role of various stakeholders in its management, considering many benefits it provides for the environment.
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In pursuing even greater ambition in President Jokowi’s second term, Indonesia could be a beacon to the world, at a time when environmental leadership is sorely needed. It could also inspire other countries in the region, as well as in the Group of 20, to raise their game.