Local fishers have opposed the Sulawesi development, saying it will damage the ecosystem that they depend on for their livelihood.
The University of Queensland has become one of Australia’s first universities to successfully make the switch to 100 per cent renewables, following the official opening of the 64MW Warwick solar farm.
The state energy company has announced success in producing the refined, bleached, and deodorised palm oil used for 100 percent biofuel, or the so-called Green Diesel
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The SDGs were established as a blueprint for a more sustainable future for all, yet there are fundamental inadequacies in their ability to protect biodiversity.
Two AIC Associate Fellows have helped bring viable seaweed-sourced bio-ethanol closer by demonstrating the benefits of two new pre-treatment methods.
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This program promotes community participation and provides alternative agriculture without burning. Thus, it aims to improve the welfare of the community.
The infrastructure push to jump-start the economy is coming at the expense of the country’s biodiversity, its climate commitments, and its most vulnerable communities.
At least nine fishing communities have been certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) making them the first small-scale fisheries in Indonesia to receive the global recognition.
It is necessary to use the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as the baseline for the country’s outbreak recovery efforts.
When a colorful bird darts through a jungle-like path, it makes me wonder what it must have been like for Constance Ripley to explore remote Indonesia in the 1930s.
Adi said the start of the dry season was delayed due to several factors, such as the level of atmospheric humidity as the seas around Indonesia were still warm.
“Based on the prediction of the BMKG 30 per cent of the regions entering the next season will experience worse dry season from usual,” Jokowi said.
Destructive fishing practices in Sulawesi and elsewhere around Southeast Asia and are a direct cause of death for corals and fish.