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(Bauxite is a type of rock that consisting of aluminum.)Land Use : Land Use The use of the Arable land in Indonesia 11.03%. The farmers in Indonesia raise cotton, rice, wheat.Climate: Climate The climate for Indonesia is tropical; hot, humid; more moderate in highlands. The physical environment affects people and the way they live because Indonesia is located around bodies of water and on tectonic plates, which causes many tsunamis', earthquakes, and volcanoes.Population: Population The population of Indonesia is 234,693,997 The country is only the size of 730,024 square miles. More then 85% of the people believe in Islam.PowerPoint Presentation: The environmental major current issues are deforestation; water pollution from industrial wastes, sewage; air pollution in urban areas; smoke and haze from forest fires. In Indonesia they agree to the Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol. Environment Current IssuesPowerPoint Presentation: ECONOMYPowerPoint Presentation: Indonesia is industrialized. The technological growth that Indonesia has been experiencing is growth in farming technologies, like new tools that make farming easier and faster than before. The economy, in the 1960s, was not doing well, because of political instability, but was solved by the President’s new order of a degree of discipline, which decreased inflation and stabilized currency. TechnologyPowerPoint Presentation: Exports -oil and gas, electrical appliances, plywood, textiles, rubber. They make $102.7 billion from exports. Imports: machinery and equipment, chemicals, fuels, foodstuffs. In goods they import $74 billion. Exports/ImportsPowerPoint Presentation: Total $1038 billion (2007) GDPPowerPoint Presentation: agriculture: 43.3% industry: 18% services: 38.7% Labor Force OccupationPowerPoint Presentation: Unemployment Rate Unemployment rate:12.5% Population below poverty line: 17.8% The unemployment rate is low because the economy has been doing much better than it has been doing over the last couple years, inflation is low, and the currency is stable.PowerPoint Presentation: CULTURE Religion : Religion Religions: Islam = 86.1% Protestant = 5.7% Roman Catholic = 3% Hinduism = 1.8% Other = 3.4%.Food : Food Some traditional foods in Indonesia are rice (served with side beef, mixed vegetables etc.) fish, meat, bread.PowerPoint Presentation: Languages Indonesian Dutch English Minority groups Javanese 40.6% Sundanese 15% Madurese 3.3% Minangkabau 2.7% Betawi 2.4% Bugis 2.4% Banten 2% Banjar 1.7% Indonesia consists of mostly Muslims. It is not diverse that much. LanguagesPowerPoint Presentation: Indonesian traditional music includes gamelan and keroncong , which are a variety of different instruments. Dangdut is a popular contemporary genre of pop music that draws influence from Arabic, Indian, and Malay folk music. ART/MUSICPowerPoint Presentation: GOVERNMENTPowerPoint Presentation: The type of government in Indonesia is a Republic. The president is elected by the (Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat (MPR)) Which includes 700 people who vote and the MPR makes up the majority government of Indonesia. The president of Indonesia is Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. (The president has 5 years of being president and has an opportunity of getting reelected Government TypePowerPoint Presentation: The Capital of Indonesia is Jakarta CapitalPowerPoint Presentation: A current issue in Indonesia occurred in December 4, 2007 which was when 6 Islamic militants killed 3 Christians by severing there heads of their body and then killed a Christian priest but there was one certain guy that got the worst punishment because in 2005 he severed other peoples head and he killed a rev on the year of 2006 The government punished the militants up to 19 years of jail What would be the fair punishment? A. execution B. up to 19 years in jail C. jail for life D. jail for 40 years CURRENT ISSUESPowerPoint Presentation: Indonesia was the nation worst hit by the December 2004 tsunami, which particularly affected Aceh province causing over 100,000 deaths and over $4 billion in damage. Indonesia is divided into three time zones . Indonesia has the fifth largest population in the whole world and it’s a very small country FACTSPowerPoint Presentation: BIBLIOGRAPHY “Indonesia.” The World Factbook . 15 Nov. 2007. Central Intelligence Agency. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/id.html . 30 Nov. 2007. “Indonesia.” Factmonster . Pearson Education Inc. http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0107634.html. 28 Nov. 2007. “Country profile: Indonesia.” news.bbc. Thursday, 23 August 2007. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-Pacific/country_profiles/1260544.stm . 29 Nov. 2007.\ BOOK: Indonesia in Pictures. Author: Zueh1lke, Jeffrey. Copyright: 2006PowerPoint Presentation: Indonesia is above Australia and below Thailand. It is also next to two major oceans which are Pacific ocean and Indian Ocean Latitude of Indonesia: 5º00´ South of the Equator Longitude of Indonesia: 120º00´ East of Greenwich Where Indonesia is locatedPowerPoint Presentation: 365 different languages are spoken in Indonesia. Jakarta was once part of the Dutch east India company and gained its independence in 1945. Most of Indonesia’s air pollution comes from Jakarta. Did you know? You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.