Jarkarta, Indonesia


Here is Jakarta, Indonesia, an urban area of 23 millions people at the heart of magnificent country which is however losing its forests at the highest rate in the world (over 2.5 millions hectares a year and over 40% in the last 50 years). It’s a complete ecological disaster especially with tigers, rhinoceros, elephants, oran-utangs, gibbons, etc… fighting for their survival. Children are the only hope and it is sooo urgent to educate this new generation before it’s too late! A race against time…




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