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'One Month Off - INDONESIA' by Anton Repponen

'One Month Off - INDONESIA' by Anton Repponen | Le flux d'Infogreen.lu | Scoop.it
Backpack, camera and two tickets — one to Jakarta and one back home a month later, the rest is up for adventure. The following set of photographs is a result of one month spent traveling in Indonesia; a diverse, remarkable, charming and sometimes lost country in East Aisa. Lush nature, hospitable people, fascinating culture, it gave much more that ever was expected.

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Number of Jakarta flood evacuees rises to 1545, says disaster body - AsiaOne

Number of Jakarta flood evacuees rises to 1545, says disaster body - AsiaOne | Le flux d'Infogreen.lu | Scoop.it
AsiaOne Number of Jakarta flood evacuees rises to 1545, says disaster body AsiaOne JAKARTA - The Jakarta Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD DKI) says 1,545 residents have been evacuated, with flood water inundating homes in some places reported to be...

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INDONÉSIE • Anarchie dans les égouts de Djakarta

INDONÉSIE • Anarchie dans les égouts de Djakarta | Le flux d'Infogreen.lu | Scoop.it
Construite dans une cuvette, la capitale indonésienne lutte chaque année contre les inondations. Le non respect des règles d'urbanisation et l'entretien chaotique des sous-sols aggravent les risques d'effondrement de cette mégalopole de 30 millions d'habitants.

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Bali develops rural tourist sites - eTurboNews.com

Bali develops rural tourist sites - eTurboNews.com | Le flux d'Infogreen.lu | Scoop.it
The provincial administration in Bali, Indonesia will gradually develop 100 villages across its territory as rural tourist sites, locally known as ...

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Frédéric Liégeois's comment, January 13, 2014 12:33 PM
Superbe idée! du tourisme de masse comme celui pratiqué à Kuta est bien trop "destructeur" , enfin à mon idée...