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Former Coal Mining Land Has Economic Potential

The private sector is expected to help the economic transition of communities in coal-producing areas.

This article has been translated using AI. See Original .

By
DIMAS WARADITYA NUGRAHA
· 4 minutes read

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in Lahan Bekas Tambang Batubara Berpotensi Ekonomi

Coal mining exploitation has nearly taken over the entire Mulawarman Village in Kutai Kartanegara, East Kalimantan on Tuesday (20/11/2018). Many villagers have left and sold their homes to mining companies due to the village being surrounded by coal mining companies that have destroyed the environment and clean water sources, as well as leaving little space for farming.
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Coal mining exploitation has nearly taken over the entire Mulawarman Village in Kutai Kartanegara, East Kalimantan on Tuesday (20/11/2018). Many villagers have left and sold their homes to mining companies due to the village being surrounded by coal mining companies that have destroyed the environment and clean water sources, as well as leaving little space for farming.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS— The private sector is considered to have an important role in maintaining the economic stability of communities in areas affected by the retirement of coal mines. The vision of communities that have been dependent on coal mining activities needs to be broadened so that the economic transition runs smoothly.

Editor:
AUFRIDA WISMI WARASTRI
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