Why Jakarta is sinking

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The 400-year curse dragging Indonesia's capital into the sea.
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Like many coastal cities around the world, Jakarta is dealing with sea level rise. But Indonesia's biggest city also has a unique problem: Because of restricted water access in the city, the majority of its residents have to extract groundwater to survive. And it's causing the city to sink. Today, Jakarta is the world’s fastest-sinking city.
The problem gets worse every year, but the root of it precedes modern Indonesia by centuries. In the 1600s, when the Dutch landed in Indonesia and built present-day Jakarta, they divided up the city to segregate the population. Eventually, that segregation led to an unequal water piping system that excluded most Indigenous Jakartans, forcing them to find other ways to get water.
To understand how it all ties together, and what’s in store for Jakarta’s future, watch the video above.
Sources and further reading:
If you want to learn more about the development of Jakarta’s urban water supply going all the way back to colonial times, check out Michelle Kooy’s detailed reports:
onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-2427.2008.00791.x
www.academia.edu/3682152/Splintered_networks_The_colonial_and_contemporary_waters_of_Jakarta
To understand Jakarta’s colonial history and the segregation that came of it, check out this article from the Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art: jhna.org/articles/dutch-batavia-exposing-hierarchy-dutch-colonial-city/
To read about the evolution of the canals the Dutch built in present-day Jakarta and how their deterioration impacted water access and segregation, here’s a study from Dr. Euis Puspita Dewi, who we feature in the video:
scholar.ui.ac.id/en/publications/urban-canals-in-colonial-batavia-rethinking-clean-and-dirt-space
To get a broader look at the many other cities sinking in Indonesia, check out this article by Dr. Estelle Chaussard: www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0034425712003975
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  1. Vox
    Vox
    5 hari yang lalu

    Hello! We have translated subtitles available in Bahasa Indonesia. You can access them through the settings icon > Subtitles/CC Thanks for watching, and let me know what other colonial histories you want to see explained next in the comments. Thanks, Christina, Video Producer

    1. Apollo Mars
      Apollo Mars
      3 jam yang lalu

      other cities in the region and comparing Jakarta to Tokyo is like comparing new york with moskow.....as the same region. funny to see indonesians opressing indonesians without even a hint of terms like segregation by wealth in this docu, while highligthing the evil colonism in dutch goverment time, who made it an actual functional 2million city from a tribal village and they were foreign rulers and segregated not by race, but by wealth. rich chinese had houses near europeans. enslaved populations (who existed allready in indonesian islamic culture before the dutchs arrived and remained to be a lowerclass to this day without calling them slaves by name for western cultural influence of recent years) were in non-interesting areas of the city for cheap work, like today. it is more omnipresent, that the former population (monarchic islamic structure of opression), the foreign colonizers (dutch european structure of individualism) and now-rulers (conservative islamic democracy) have the same view on the total population of Jakarta in segregation by wealth.

    2. Hadif Ziqry Climber
      Hadif Ziqry Climber
      7 jam yang lalu

      @Na Ma fak u

    3. Han
      Han
      10 jam yang lalu

      thanks vox of this sinking,i put this comment again bout 1years a go same sinking it was

    4. Aditya R. Suharto
      Aditya R. Suharto
      Hari Yang lalu

      @Na Ma I’m kidding!

    5. Na Ma
      Na Ma
      Hari Yang lalu

      @Aditya R. Suharto 👍🏻

  2. DonkeyKong66
    DonkeyKong66
    11 menit yang lalu

    So...the problem is former Europoean colonialism and racism and current Government incompetence

  3. Hanifah Salsabila
    Hanifah Salsabila
    28 menit yang lalu

    Ya silahkan WNI absen disini 🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️

  4. Giovan Pangku
    Giovan Pangku
    37 menit yang lalu

    Jakarta: "Help! We are sinking! We are sinking!" Government: "What are you...sinking about?"

  5. Kareem Maqbool
    Kareem Maqbool
    38 menit yang lalu

    Allah wrath 🤣 Edit : Just joking, it's a climate change... Face it superstitious people.

  6. Syahmi Shuhaidi
    Syahmi Shuhaidi
    43 menit yang lalu

    omg the dutch really need to help indonesia 🤧

    1. Miranda lambert
      Miranda lambert
      41 menit yang lalu

      the dutch couldn't care less

  7. Drishti Sanger
    Drishti Sanger
    Jam Yang lalu

    The Dutch should pay for this.

  8. FK - 09AL 938100 Central Peel SS
    FK - 09AL 938100 Central Peel SS
    Jam Yang lalu

    its because people keeps throwing trash into the sea and the sewer and also they need wall maria

  9. misslittlesunshine
    misslittlesunshine
    Jam Yang lalu

    why don't they build aqueducts like Romans did in North Africa? Tunisia is still using them from getting clean water from a city called Zaghouan

  10. Dee Widya
    Dee Widya
    Jam Yang lalu

    Never like living there .. preferred living rural.

  11. POW!
    POW!
    Jam Yang lalu

    Just give Super Mario a call he will fix it.

  12. Czecher86
    Czecher86
    Jam Yang lalu

    2 many ppl on the planet...nature is solving this ..

  13. traveller
    traveller
    Jam Yang lalu

    Vox : "Jakarta is sinking" JKT 58 : "Media apa ini??? DASAR BuzzerRp!!"

    1. Miranda lambert
      Miranda lambert
      49 menit yang lalu

      jkt 48

  14. chucky cromers
    chucky cromers
    Jam Yang lalu

    It's sinking bcoz too many sin there

  15. gobang pitung
    gobang pitung
    Jam Yang lalu

    If The Jakarta-City to Sinking in 2050 years , $o May Be this area to must have changed namely tobe *"A New Bikini-Bottom Megapolitan When $pongeBob & Friends"* Lived in there With The Amphiby-Cars Technology inside ?!

  16. SherifBender
    SherifBender
    Jam Yang lalu

    LoL. That topic about segregation makes zero senese. According to your video the reason of sinking is that indonesians didnt manage to provide piped water to their city for almost sixty years

  17. Fathin Naufal
    Fathin Naufal
    Jam Yang lalu

    Astaghfirullahaladzim 😢 Ya Allah Dunia sudah tua

  18. Above the Philippines
    Above the Philippines
    Jam Yang lalu

    Jakarta does not have dams?? Here in Manila all of our waters came from dams in the nearby mountains. We are not using ground waters.

  19. Doyan Makan
    Doyan Makan
    Jam Yang lalu

    viralkan..biar pemerintah nya gerak

  20. KSD Zafeer Gaming
    KSD Zafeer Gaming
    2 jam yang lalu

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  21. Diljith thomas james
    Diljith thomas james
    2 jam yang lalu

    Flooded 😐

  22. The Nasty
    The Nasty
    2 jam yang lalu

    California in 10 years

  23. Ruiz Syadh El-bougesiy
    Ruiz Syadh El-bougesiy
    2 jam yang lalu

    Him you know who: the flood would totally be vanished from the capital if I become a president. Also him, after becoming president: I think, we need to move the capital to Kalimantan The fact: several regions in Kalimantan including the future site of the capital also have been hit by the flood recently..

  24. Barbatos
    Barbatos
    2 jam yang lalu

    wait... is this the Hydro archon fault? or Mr anies Failure?

  25. Rafi Daryl Hafiz
    Rafi Daryl Hafiz
    2 jam yang lalu

    Because Jakartans are envious of Venice. Simple answer.

  26. leon only takes meme
    leon only takes meme
    2 jam yang lalu

    Im from indo sooo Iri bilang boss hahai

  27. Kania Olivia Daniandra
    Kania Olivia Daniandra
    2 jam yang lalu

    Today Jakarta is actually flooding about 2-4 meters

    1. Miranda lambert
      Miranda lambert
      46 menit yang lalu

      where

  28. Maggie Abello
    Maggie Abello
    2 jam yang lalu

    This same problem is also happening in my country the Philippines.

  29. RedShuttle [REDACTED]
    RedShuttle [REDACTED]
    2 jam yang lalu

    Short answer: Segregationist Dutch colonizers and settlers, groundwater pumping, and inability to build water infrastructure.

  30. Scarlett Pearce
    Scarlett Pearce
    2 jam yang lalu

    Jakarta sinking Year 2120 : Scientists found unknown sinking city. Scientists belike is this Atlantis

  31. Danial Rafiqi
    Danial Rafiqi
    2 jam yang lalu

    Kuala Lumpur watching this

    1. Miranda lambert
      Miranda lambert
      47 menit yang lalu

      Singapore watching this...

  32. Subban Govender
    Subban Govender
    2 jam yang lalu

    Tectonic plate movement and the Rim of fire and lets not forget Anak Krakatoa

  33. zilverheart
    zilverheart
    3 jam yang lalu

    A lesson for other countries to not vote corrupt, religious looking candidate

  34. Naufal Hanif Fakhruddin
    Naufal Hanif Fakhruddin
    3 jam yang lalu

    and thats become more worst cuz lot of young people leave their village to work and live in Jakarta city. thats make more buildings and concrete covering ground and water usage. pretty sure if sometime that city will be sinking by sea water.

  35. LESTARI OFFICIAL
    LESTARI OFFICIAL
    3 jam yang lalu

    cie yang nyari org indo awokawokawok :v

  36. A be
    A be
    3 jam yang lalu

    THANK YOU VOX 😭😭😭😭

  37. Athalla Rayyan
    Athalla Rayyan
    3 jam yang lalu

    I'm here for the comments :>

  38. skyhuntergamer8284
    skyhuntergamer8284
    3 jam yang lalu

    The other reason Jakarta is sinking is because the Dutch didn't built canals also unlike Jakarta the whole country of the Netherlands is sinking

  39. Athar GB
    Athar GB
    3 jam yang lalu

    Jakarta : *Is sinking* Jakarta Governor : "maybe it's because of bogor or depok, chill"

  40. Xcorpionz
    Xcorpionz
    3 jam yang lalu

    And we still poluting earth with co2

  41. dragon ball torture
    dragon ball torture
    3 jam yang lalu

    Vox: Jakarta is sinking German dude: Vat iz Jakarta sinking about?

  42. Si Ufik
    Si Ufik
    3 jam yang lalu

    Oh my country.....

  43. SpecialSenko Origin
    SpecialSenko Origin
    3 jam yang lalu

    And then we indonesian just need to build a frekn water pump floating house

  44. YT AVV7
    YT AVV7
    3 jam yang lalu

    It all caused colonized

  45. Empty_ World
    Empty_ World
    3 jam yang lalu

    What are you sinking about ?

  46. Mahendiran Gopal
    Mahendiran Gopal
    3 jam yang lalu

    Excellent it must sink.

  47. Courtney Boudreau
    Courtney Boudreau
    3 jam yang lalu

    Maybe it's a sign no-one should live there NOMORE

  48. Firsto Frado
    Firsto Frado
    3 jam yang lalu

    How it is the Dutch fault? There were less than 1 million people living in Jakarta when the Dutch reign ended. Now it’s 10 million. If all, it’s the past presidents fault for focusing the economic centre too much on such a city with a low elevation.

  49. Rus 16
    Rus 16
    3 jam yang lalu

    Leptospirosis: it’s free real estate

  50. Adi Yusuf
    Adi Yusuf
    3 jam yang lalu

    And you guys didn't want to move the capital??? Come on, even if it's expensive at least for future generations they can still Jakarta above water.

  51. Agen Neptunus
    Agen Neptunus
    3 jam yang lalu

    kalau indo nya krn kebanyakan sumur bor juga nih, air tanah dalam nya abis, sdgkn tanah dalam itu brsal dri daerah resapan, kalau juga sudah habis lahan resapan nya sudh tidak bisa lagi di isi ulang

  52. IvanKnowsBest official IKB
    IvanKnowsBest official IKB
    3 jam yang lalu

    Like in the Philippines

  53. Bryan
    Bryan
    3 jam yang lalu

    Loony left wing media with their obsession with race and religion as usual.

  54. Addo Van Hellen
    Addo Van Hellen
    4 jam yang lalu

    Bcoz the current governor has no ability to execute the program, he is only talking and create an excuse day by day...poor jakarta governor 🙈🙈🙈🙈

  55. PaniniHead
    PaniniHead
    4 jam yang lalu

    Because it is too heavy?

  56. Fabiansyah Rinanto S
    Fabiansyah Rinanto S
    4 jam yang lalu

    I thought they said it was because of littering

  57. Ako Si George
    Ako Si George
    4 jam yang lalu

    So why its sinking

  58. Khushi Anu
    Khushi Anu
    4 jam yang lalu

    Western sustainability might not be the solution

  59. Mardianto Kurniawan
    Mardianto Kurniawan
    4 jam yang lalu

    Can I ask where to get the Batavia Map at 6.15? Thank you

  60. rafsanjani sanjani
    rafsanjani sanjani
    4 jam yang lalu

    Di bantar gebang itu banyak sampah bahkan sampe menggunung .. kelola saja sampahnya lalu bawa ke Utara Jakarta dan tempatkan sampah2 tsb di titik yang mengalami penurunan , membuat tanah Jakarta menjadi naik itu bukan sesuatu yg mustahil kalo stakeholder saling kerjasama dan tidak ada gengsi serta kepentingan kelompok SAMPAH politik

  61. Ppap
    Ppap
    4 jam yang lalu

    Nah orang indonesia harus lihat video ini👍

  62. Debraj Deb
    Debraj Deb
    4 jam yang lalu

    Almost all problems (if you take a holistic look) boils down to rising population and limited resource. Developing countries will never develop because they do not have the money needed and by the time the money comes and a project is completed, the population had doubled, making the project insuffcient. This vicious cycle continues. Positive part is that, general population gets used to harship and thereby reducing the quality of life. This keeps the cost lower (for basic needs like food). Also, there are some people who has money and other who needs money and that differential keeps money flowing, but the money coming to individual is small (due to large population).

  63. 박태준
    박태준
    4 jam yang lalu

    The progress of a nation will only happen if the society has the courage to change!

    1. Miranda lambert
      Miranda lambert
      48 menit yang lalu

      plastik surgeri has entered the chat

  64. 21_Miftakhur R.
    21_Miftakhur R.
    4 jam yang lalu

    Byasalah

  65. justamatter v
    justamatter v
    4 jam yang lalu

    "It's only called a flood when your roof is below the water." - Jakarta's Governor -

  66. B r u h
    B r u h
    4 jam yang lalu

    In jakarta there is a lot of huge building, and i cant barely seen any jungle or wilderness in there

  67. Kristina Easiley
    Kristina Easiley
    4 jam yang lalu

    40 billion dollars to build a bird island instead of just giving the people better/sustainable water access......

  68. Yaroofkeen Goof
    Yaroofkeen Goof
    4 jam yang lalu

    Meanwhile me live in downtown south jakarta near west java who never feel such flooded, will gonna see uptown sink in 30 years,, the profit is beach isn't so far this time

  69. Goran Svraka
    Goran Svraka
    4 jam yang lalu

    solution is simple = EarthShip Homes

  70. Emil RB
    Emil RB
    4 jam yang lalu

    Sebenarnya masalah ini juga ada di masyarakat karena jumlah masyarakat banyak sama ngambil air sumur semua. Tanahnya juga ditutupin semua mangkanya terus turun itu

    1. Miranda lambert
      Miranda lambert
      43 menit yang lalu

      ya suruh warganya jgn ambil air sumue

    2. gundala petir
      gundala petir
      4 jam yang lalu

      10:54 quote "Jakarta is sinking into the sea until its goverment figures out how to provide clean, piped water for its citizens" Hey Vox, actually current governor, Mr. Anies Baswedan have plan to sell Jakarta's share stock in liquor factory (PT Delta Djakarta) and then use those money to provide public utility with piping for clean water supply. However local MP member reject that plan (from opposition party of PDIP). It's been stuck in parliament since March 2019.

  71. Gender Fluids Neutral
    Gender Fluids Neutral
    4 jam yang lalu

    woah so its sinking and flooding at the same time?

  72. TheLoryRoseCompany
    TheLoryRoseCompany
    5 jam yang lalu

    Is this.. another example of the irrevocable damage of colonialism that the Dutch and British are failing to take adequate responsibility for? 👁️👄👁️

  73. Dark Tales
    Dark Tales
    5 jam yang lalu

    Fun fact : the word compound comes from the word kampung or kampong

    1. Miranda lambert
      Miranda lambert
      44 menit yang lalu

      its the other way around

  74. bal
    bal
    5 jam yang lalu

    its about that time tbh awokaokwok biar runtuh echo chamber jakartans

  75. Native Records
    Native Records
    5 jam yang lalu

    Another thing that should be considered is the people's and developer's mentality when building houses. Most of them still depend on wells not just because clean, piped water isn't provided by the government, but also to have cheaper living costs. Since most of us use pumps to pump the water from aquifers, water bill is now in the electricity bill. This way you can control your water usage and save electricity and eventually, money, on water. My point is, the economy also contributes to why people and developers choose to use aquifers rather than piped water. Clean piped water are supposed to be free of charge in my opinion.

    1. Native Records
      Native Records
      2 jam yang lalu

      @gundala petir Not the correct plan in my opinion. Correct me if i'm wrong tho, wouldn't they buy shares when it's at a low price with "bullish" potential? and If the price-per-share is already high, wouldn't that mean that the company is doing good and we should continue profiting from it rather than have some other company, from some other country, profit from it? Selling those stocks for a one time profit to fix the Jakarta's sinking issues just doesn't seem right. Again, correct me if i'm wrong. I only have experience from my short, part-time work in forex trading and from tycoon games. And also, I have seen many countries with their many liquor and alcohol companies and factories that have descent water piping network and treatment facilities. I think Jakarta's problem is more complex. For me, it's the crony capitalism that we practice from small scale to the more large governmental and corporation scale. That's where the money is lost in my opinion. It was never about the groups or parties from the start. They're as much of a problem as the regular people is.

    2. gundala petir
      gundala petir
      4 jam yang lalu

      10:54 quote "Jakarta is sinking into the sea until its goverment figures out how to provide clean, piped water for its citizens" Hey Vox, actually current governor, Mr. Anies Baswedan have plan to sell Jakarta's share stock in liquor factory (PT Delta Djakarta) and then use those money to provide public utility with piping for clean water supply. However local MP member reject that plan (from opposition party of PDIP). It's been stuck in parliament since March 2019.

  76. butti fdft
    butti fdft
    5 jam yang lalu

    The guy in the thumbnail is probably wondering why they just stood there and took photos of him instead of possibly helping.

  77. Yanis Agodor
    Yanis Agodor
    5 jam yang lalu

    Jesus love you, he died on the cross for you, accept him as your lord and savior he can change everything. For God so loved the world that he gave his only son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life" (Jn 3:16" But you must repent too. From that time Jesus went about preaching and saying, Let your hearts be turned from sin, for the kingdom of heaven is near. (Matthew 4:17):

    1. butti fdft
      butti fdft
      5 jam yang lalu

      it has become the atlantis

  78. Yuan Gamad
    Yuan Gamad
    5 jam yang lalu

    "Here's how much it descended today" *continues to show a date from 2017 Posted: 4 DAYS AGO!

  79. acip bensing
    acip bensing
    5 jam yang lalu

    PSI selalu mendorong pengadaan pipa untuk penyaluran air bersih buat warga jakarta, dibutuhkan kira-kira 20 Trilliun untuk project ini, sedangkan Pemda Jakarta hanya mengalokasi 200milliar per tahun untuk projek ini, jadi perlu ada politik anggaran untuk mempercepat pengadaan pipa untuk penyaluran air bersih

    1. acip bensing
      acip bensing
      4 jam yang lalu

      @gundala petir ya kenapa harus gimik jual saham pt delta? skrg dana formula E kemana?

    2. King Penguin
      King Penguin
      4 jam yang lalu

      Hayo yang bener siapa ??

    3. gundala petir
      gundala petir
      4 jam yang lalu

      10:54 quote "Jakarta is sinking into the sea until its goverment figures out how to provide clean, piped water for its citizens" Hey Vox, actually current governor, Mr. Anies Baswedan have plan to sell Jakarta's share stock in liquor factory (PT Delta Djakarta) and then use those money to provide public utility with piping for clean water supply. However local MP member reject that plan (from opposition party of PDIP). It's been stuck in parliament since March 2019.

  80. Farhan Pratama
    Farhan Pratama
    5 jam yang lalu

    0:58 pantesan jakarta sering banjir tanahnya turun.

    1. Farhan Pratama
      Farhan Pratama
      3 jam yang lalu

      @King Penguin betul banget di Jakarta minim daerah resapan air banyak yang disemen ditambah lagi warganya buang sampah di selokan atau di sungai.

    2. King Penguin
      King Penguin
      4 jam yang lalu

      Kalau tanah turun itu setau ane lebih cocok disebut masalah sinking sih alias tenggelem/tergenang gan. Jadi emang airnya menjalar tapi karena tanahnya turun, tapi itu bukan penyebab banjir gan. Yg lebih menyebabkan banjir itu malah terlalu banyak bangunan, air pengalirannya terlalu lambat alias got/kali mandek, & airnya ga ditampung dengan bener. Gitu sih gan yg ane pelajari di kelas pengairan dulu.

  81. Tarkkuus
    Tarkkuus
    5 jam yang lalu

    That is why here in the Philippines in 2004 they imposed a total banned for using deep well in Metro Manila and some provinces yet some is still using it even they know the risk because of "free" some cities and provinces experiences it right now a mild rain coz them a flood for a month.

    1. gundala petir
      gundala petir
      4 jam yang lalu

      Good luck to Philipines

  82. MD floppeee
    MD floppeee
    5 jam yang lalu

    the seaside area should not build residential areas. because it affects the land subsidence on the coast. hope the governor will pay more attention to the area

  83. Praveen Ranganathan
    Praveen Ranganathan
    5 jam yang lalu

    End of day no God will help u.... its humans and only v... sooner people realize better for all

  84. The Travel Bible
    The Travel Bible
    5 jam yang lalu

    Indonesian people are incredible, it's so unfortunate that their capital city is beyond overcrowded and full of litter. I hope they can resolve their issues before it's too late.

    1. Miranda lambert
      Miranda lambert
      5 jam yang lalu

      this is indonesia not Netherlands......

  85. atthallah nadhif
    atthallah nadhif
    5 jam yang lalu

    im an indonesian and i tell you why indonesia is sinking.. the problem is that the people itself doesnt really care about the environment and threw a lot of plastic bag filled with trash into the river, on a ditchc etc until the ditch basically cant flow the water and when the rain is coming it flooded the entire area. what's worse is that the people blame the government for not taking care of the environment. i dont know how to fix the mentality of my own people honestly :_(

    1. gundala petir
      gundala petir
      4 jam yang lalu

      You're seem missed the point. Vox video is about sinking land due to excessive ground water usage, not littering trash.

  86. brokegirl
    brokegirl
    5 jam yang lalu

    The Dutch government should help Jakarta.

  87. Y Perm
    Y Perm
    5 jam yang lalu

    I hate how jakarta always flood in the early of january

  88. bud :
    bud :
    6 jam yang lalu

    sebab itu dimalaysia kerajaan kami melarang pengambilan air bawah tanah.. malaysia lebih mementingkan membuat danau2 untuk mengumpul air.. dimalaysia setiap membuat kawasan perumahan harus membuat danau..

    1. gundala petir
      gundala petir
      4 jam yang lalu

      Good luck Malaysia

  89. Loggy Gaming Corp
    Loggy Gaming Corp
    6 jam yang lalu

    pack your bags, time to move to borneo

  90. Fiyan Jion
    Fiyan Jion
    6 jam yang lalu

    Yang kesini gara" tiktok kita satu server 👍

  91. Welly Wutszu
    Welly Wutszu
    6 jam yang lalu

    orang indonesia mirip warga india juga ya...

  92. bebekodoks
    bebekodoks
    6 jam yang lalu

    jakarta is sinking. Wait what?? Im not jakartans, but live in the same island. 😱

  93. Muhammad Fauzan
    Muhammad Fauzan
    6 jam yang lalu

    it has become the atlantis

  94. Nahuma Abdul Rahman
    Nahuma Abdul Rahman
    6 jam yang lalu

    This is so sad! ☹️ I pray and hope that they can move their home somewhere safe. 🤲🏻

  95. Dante Zefanya Aryasulang
    Dante Zefanya Aryasulang
    6 jam yang lalu

    I remember seeing so much floods in alot of places in Jakarta and i was scared that it would actually wipe it out

  96. Afiq Danial Bin Nor Asmadi
    Afiq Danial Bin Nor Asmadi
    6 jam yang lalu

    Does the Dutch feel shame for their colonial past or they are proud about it?

  97. Jeremy Dabal
    Jeremy Dabal
    6 jam yang lalu

    Come on we need a technology that can help Jakarta unsinking

    1. gundala petir
      gundala petir
      4 jam yang lalu

      10:54 quote "Jakarta is sinking into the sea until its goverment figures out how to provide clean, piped water for its citizens" Hey Vox, actually current governor, Mr. Anies Baswedan have plan to sell Jakarta's share stock in liquor factory (PT Delta Djakarta) and then use those money to provide public utility with piping for clean water supply. However local MP member reject that plan (from opposition party of PDIP). It's been stuck in parliament since March 2019.

  98. krystall Brahma
    krystall Brahma
    6 jam yang lalu

    What if there were no colonisation, no globalisation, no contact with Europeans or Americans, Asia would have been more friendly with nature than now.

  99. Alexander Pasha
    Alexander Pasha
    6 jam yang lalu

    The Dutch: famous for their ability to reclaim land, manage water and build great cities on marshland Dutch Colonists: haha water segregation go brrrr

  100. melzer 13
    melzer 13
    6 jam yang lalu

    Why do western media like BBC always use Borneo? Can't they just say Kalimantan etc. Borneo Island after all is made up of 3 countries and does not belong to a single country.