Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Sinking-Mosque-in-Jakarta-27MDHUBOZL8.htmlConceptually similarSinking Mosque in JakartaGP1SUVTMCompleted★★★★★★Sinking Mosque in JakartaGP1SUVTOCompleted★★★★Sinking Mosque in JakartaGP1SUVTWCompleted★★★★Sinking Mosque in JakartaGP1SUVTXCompleted★★★★Sinking Mosque in JakartaGP1SUVTQCompleted★★★★Sinking Mosque in JakartaGP1SUVTUCompleted★★★★Sinking Mosque in JakartaGP1SUVTYCompleted★★★★★Sinking Mosque in JakartaGP1SUVTRCompleted★★★★Sinking Mosque in JakartaGP1SUVTTCompleted★★★★View AllGP1SUVTPSinking Mosque in JakartaA man searching for fish on the ground, formerly used for warehouse buildings, behind the sea wall in Muara Baru area, North Jakarta. Some buildings in this area are sinking for years and abandoned by people after the area was finally blockaded by a giant sea wall to protect the area from tidal waves. Muara Baru is one of the areas in North Jakarta that almost sinks regularly due to tidal floods as the sea level has increased.Locations:Indonesia-Jakarta-Southeast AsiaDate:27 Feb, 2021Credit:© Jurnasyanto Sukarno / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3936px X 2624pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Day-Floods-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Outdoors-Sea level riseShoot:Sinking Mosque in JakartaPhoto story of the Wal Adhuna mosque that is sinking due to the tidal floods for years, in Muara Baru area, North Jakarta. The Wal Adhuna Mosque and some buildings in this area were sinking for years and abandoned by people after the area was finally blockaded by a giant sea wall to protect the area from tidal floods. Muara Baru is one of the areas in North Jakarta that almost sinks regularly due to tidal waves as the sea level has increased.