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Powering Indonesia
 
The Indonesian government plans to build its first nuclear power plant on the island of Bangka [Tiffany Ang]
Indonesia relies on coal as its main source of energy [Tiffany Ang]
Sodri, a fisherman on Bangka island, fears that his livelihood will be affected by the nuclear plant. His home is just 10km from one of the two proposed nuclear power plant sites [Tiffany Ang]
Villagers on the island worry that their next generation will suffer should Indonesia experience a nuclear disaster [Tiffany Ang]
Tri Mumpuni is the founder of several hydropower projects all over Indonesia and hopes that the country can tap into its alternative energy sources [Tiffany Ang]
Friends of the Earth Indonesia, WALHI, opposes the construction of the nuclear plant on Bangka island [Tiffany Ang]
The villagers rely heavily on the fishing trade [Tiffany Ang]
Lee Ali filming fishermen coming in with their daily catch [Tiffany Ang]
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