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Lesson Learned from Belitung Mangrove Park: Converting InactiveTin Mining Area to Mangrove Tourism Park to Support Ecosystem Rehabilitation and Carbon Sequestration
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment
Unconventional tin mining is devouring coastal forest and mangrove in Belitung Island. Thus, carbon emission from deforestation, loss of biodiversity, and increasing vulnerability of coastal communities are inevitable. TERANGI together with ICCTF initiated Belitung Mangrove Park (BMP) to convert inactive tin mining in Seberang Bersatu Community Forest, Belitung, into a mangrove tourism park. Local community were trained in ecotourism management, mangrove rehabilitation, ecosystem monitoring,doi:10.1088/1755-1315/363/1/012009 fatcat:h2xoqsyxufcf3bel5wble65vyu