CAPTION: In addition to learning about the causes and effects of climate change in class, students are required to spend two to three hours a week implementing practical adaptation and mitigation solutions around school. In this picture, Dwi is installing a biopore outside her classroom. This takes less than an hour to complete, and the only tool required is a kind of long, T-shaped spade. By increasing the soil's re-absorption capacity, biopores play an effective role in reducing the risk of flooding. LOCATION: SMP N 7 School, Bandar Lampung, Indonesia. INDIVIDUAL(S) PHOTOGRAPHED: Dwi Wijayanti.
- © Rockefeller Foundation / Robin Wyatt Vision / Lisa Murray 2015
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