Release date
19 October 2020
Wahyu Mulyono
Ridzki Rinanto Sigit, Een Irawan Putra
Agus Kusnadi

The Sea and the Coastal Community

Indonesia is a maritime country, with the sea covering two-thirds of its land. Half of its population live in coastal areas and rely on sea produce for a living. They are ready to sail to the sea before daybreak to meet their daily necessities and even to trade. However, does the abundant wealth of the country’s marine potentials really affect the well-being of the communities that depend on the sector?