Will Indonesia sink before 2025?

Indonesia is situated in between Indian and pacific oceans, it is the 14th vastest country by area, at 1,904,569square kilometres, the country population is about 300million, which proclaimed its independence in 1945 but officially in 1949. Indonesia is the 4th vastly settled and largely Muslim majority country,It includes over seventy thousand islands adding Sumatra, Java, parts of Borneo and New Guinea.

Java island is the most populous island more than half of the population lives in java island. The population density is 141people per square kilometres, Indonesia region neighbour countries East Timor Papua New Guinea, and the eastern part of Malaysia. Other neighbouring countries include Singapore, Vietnam, the Philippines, Australia, Palau, and India (Andaman and Nicobar Islands).

The economy of Indonesia is the world’s 16th biggest by nominal GDP and 7th largest by PPT.Indonesia has very elevated mountains, the largest Mountains are over 4000meters, some of which are active volcanoes, also there have some rainforests and wildernesses.Its territory area is 23.62percent and the water area is 76.38percent. For the economic boost they have some natural resources like copper, silver, uranium, lead, bauxite etc. Indonesia’s climate is entirely dominated it has two seasons dry and wet season which is no pinnacle summer and no extreme winter, dry seasons falls between May and October while the wet season falls November and April, west java, western new guinea, west Sumatra faces floods and rainfalls through some climate instability.

Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, dealing with some global difficulties and geographical problems, the problem is in the east and west part of Jakarta.Sea level is rising day by day, several actions have been taken but there is no difference.From the geographical point, as much as we flow out the land water in an excessive amount just like that sea-level water occupies the soil, it increases the possibilities of the flood. On the other hand, the seawater level increasing every year by about ten centimetres and Jakarta twenty-five centimetres, it has now become the world’s fastest drowing city Jakarta, scientists have predicted that in 2025 the whole of Indonesia will drow under the water.Several families and rural areas there have been shifted numerous times for increasing water status, citizens are giving rise to wooden homes and started cleaning the water floating garbage, and gave a rise to the low amount of water usage, making artificially effective to this place, their government also helping them to survive it shows the new sense of humanity. Producing artificial canals can help to spread the water to the entire city and maintain the water level.Also, they should give rise to a proper draining system in every single location, so that we can use the water for agriculture or some other aspect.Indonesia is an extremely good and fast-growing nation for tourism, trades, and natural resources. To save Indonesia we should give a push to some artificial options. Otherwise soon we will have to shift the citizens to another region and we will forfeit Indonesia from our world map.

-Tarun kumar

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