Why do we need Indonesia’s rainforests?

Copy-of-MWP-Blog-Cover Picture: US Embassy Indonesia. Source: Canopy Planet.

According to National Geographic, a rain forest is simply an area of tall, mostly evergreen trees and a high amount of rainfall. This dense rain forest is on the island of Borneo, which straddles two oceans (the Indian and the South Pacific) and is shared by three nations (Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei). Swipe left to learn more of its impact! 


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