Climate change is already taking a heavy toll on Indonesia, which is why President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has invited students from Stanford University to visit the country, the Jakarta Post reports.
The idea is to raise awareness about climate change and its effects in the world's most populous Muslim-majority country.
"Climate change is a global challenge faced by all mankind and nations," Haedar Nashir, general chairman of the Central Board of Muhammadiyah, said at a climate change conference in Indonesia last week.
"We need joint efforts and movements to find strategic and systemic solutions at the global level to provide assurance to future human existence and environment."
Among the students invited to Indonesia is a team from the university's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, which will work with the government to promote green culture and innovation in the country, the Jakarta Globe reports.
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