Surabaya administration plans to develop mangrove botanical garden. The area would be planted 250,000 mangrove seeds to cover 4,450 hectares every year.
Indonesian Botanical Garden Foundation launched Jaga Bhumi (Protect Earth), a movement to encourage people to aware and participate in protecting the country’s rich biodiversity.
Developing botanical garden can be considered as one of solution to tackle water issues with integrated water management, from up to downstream using technology.
As the last standing protection of Indonesia’s plants collection, Bogor Botanical Garden’s existence should be preserved and maintained.
Following its two centennials celebration, Bogor Botanical Garden will showcase its flagship collections, including the endangered Rafflesia patma and other new species.