An article by Desy Nurhayati, Bali Daily.

As a country with abundant resources, Indonesia has yet to make the most of its opportunities to develop a blue economy — a concept to manage resources efficiently and create zero-waste products, to create more jobs and generate more income, while conserving and protecting the environment.

“Indonesia is a country with many opportunities to develop a blue economy, but the country doesn’t realize it. The country needs to understand and discover all the opportunities it has,” said Gunter Pauli, …

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