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Sustainable Marine Development

Connectivity, Environment, Climate Change, Indonesia, Japan, Sustainable Development

Sustainable Marine Development

Indonesia has the largest economic exclusive zone in Asia, and Japan the second largest. Marine resources are their main development assets. Indonesia and Japan rely on marine logistics and fisheries, of which infrastructure and connectivity are important aspects. Both countries are prone to disasters, including tsunamis, and should improve their disaster management. And both countries should improve their waste management to eliminate marine debris and pollution.

ERIA - PB - 2019 - 04

Date

26 September 2019

Category

Connectivity , Environment and Climate Change

Author

Fauziah Zen, Heru Santoso, Maxensius Sambodo, Michikazu Kojima

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