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FIRE-EARTH Report: Thailand, PNG, NZ, Indonesia, Australia

Posted by feww on August 18, 2018

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FIRE-EARTH Report 081802

Countries in Focus: Thailand, PNG, NZ, Indonesia, Australia

  • Report 081802 prepared by FIRE-EARTH Science and affiliated scientists.

Details available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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One Response to “FIRE-EARTH Report: Thailand, PNG, NZ, Indonesia, Australia”

  1. C. Parker said

    Jakarta: World’s Fastest-Sinking City

    Jakarta, the Indonesian capital, which is home to more than 10 million people, is also of the world’s fastest-sinking cities.

    “It sits on swampy land, the Java Sea lapping against it, and 13 rivers running through it. So it shouldn’t be a surprise that flooding is frequent in Jakarta and, according to experts, it is getting worse. But it’s not just about freak floods, this massive city is literally disappearing into the ground.”

    North Jakarta has sunk 2.5m in 10 years, and more than 4m over the past three decades, and is continuing to sink by as much as 25cm a year in some parts, which is more than double the global average for coastal megacities. It is so low that seven of the city’s sewage-choked rivers actually have to flow uphill to reach Jakarta Bay.

    It generates more than 20 per cent of Indonesia’s GDP and further subsidence would create an economic nightmare for the country’s 261 million people.

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