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  • 1. EnvironmentalValue SystemsPapua New Guinea & Indonesia
    Pilar Moguel
    Roberto Tijerina
    Ada Bersoza
  • 2. Papua New Guinea
    Papua New Guinea (PNG) is a country located in theSouth Pacific, 160 km North of Australia. It has a landmassofaround 473 sq. km.
    It has a hot andhumidclimateand has a widevarietyofecosystems, fromforeststograsslands, to coral reefsandwetlands.
  • 3. Indonesia
    A country in Southeast Asia and Oceania. Indonesia comprises 17,508 islands with over 238 million people.
    Despite its large population and densely populated regions, Indonesia has vast areas of wilderness that support the world's second highest level of biodiversity. The country is richly endowed with natural resources.
    743,330 squarekilometers
  • 4. Whatdoeseachsocietyvalue? Why?
  • 5. Whattypeofvalueisit?
  • 6. Personal Viewpoints
  • 7. Conclusion
    As a conclusionwefoundoutthat Indonesia contains a greatamount of natural resources and biodiversity. Thismaygive a briefamount of money.
    In Papau New Guinea, thevaluesystems of the country are whatpushPapau’seconomy.
  • 8. Bibliography
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