Thousands of mines are closing in Indonesia's tropical coal belt as prices languish and seams run dry. But almost none of the companies have paid their share of billions of dollars owed to repair the badly scarred landscape they have left behind. (Antara Photo/Kasriadi)

In Good Hands

DECEMBER 21, 2015

An orangutan being taken care of by conservationists from the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation, at the Nyaru Menteng rescue center in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, on Sunday. (Antara Photo/Ronny N.T.)

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