Indonesia and its south-eastern neighbours are on the forefront of the battle to control the climate, United States Secretary of State John Kerry stressed last week. Speaking to students, civic leaders and government officials in Jakarta, he singled out Indonesia as being under severe threat from rising sea levels and changing weather patterns:
On the ‘front lines’: what is Indonesia doing to fight climate change?
US Secretary of State John Kerry made an extraordinary speech calling for Indonesia to address climate change or risk losing everything. Crikey intern Luca Zuccaro looks into what the archipelago is doing to protect itself from catastrophe.