Environment and development
in coastal regions and in small islands
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Coastal region and small island papers 6

Photo credits: Mr. Y. Wibowo
Cover design: Eric Loddé

Other CSI publications

Reducing Megacity Impacts
on the Coastal Environment

Alternative livelihoods and waste management
in Jakarta and the Seribu Islands

Biophysical assessment of Jakarta Bay and Seribu Islands
Socio-economic conditions in communities in the Jakarta Bay area and the Seribu Islands
Community-based waste management in Jakarta
Developing alternative livelihoods
Conclusions and recommendations

The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this document do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the UNESCO Secretariat concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of their authorities, or concerning the delimitation of their frontiers or boundaries.

Reproduction is authorized, providing that appropriate mention is made of the source, and copies sent to the UNESCO (Paris) address below. This document should be cited as:

UNESCO, 2000. Reducing megacity impacts on the coastal environment – Alternative livelihoods and waste management in Jakarta and the Seribu Islands.
Coastal Region and Small Island Papers 6, UNESCO, Paris, 59 pp.

Within the limits of stocks a vailable, extra copies of this document can be obtained, free of charge, from:

UNESCO Jakarta Office
UNESCO House Jl. Galuh II No. 5, Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta 12110, INDONESIA
Phone: (62 -21) 739 9818
Fax: (62 - 21) 7279 6489
E-mail: j.steffen@unesco.org or jakarta@unesco.org

The ‘Coastal Region and Small Island Papers’ series was launched by the Organization in 1997. Information on CSI activities can be obtained at the following address:

Coastal Regions and Small Islands (CSI) platform,
UNESCO, 1 rue Miollis,
75732 Paris Cedex 15, France.
fax: +33 1 45 68 58 08
e-mail: csi@unesco.org
website: http://www.unesco.org/csi

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