Indonesia has never shied away from expressing its hunger for modernisation and industrialisation.
In a coastal community on Indonesia’s Java island, villagers must constantly take soil and stones to local graveyards to secure the resting places of their dead friends and relatives.
Australia has all the ingredients to be an electric vehicle industry powerhouse but it’s Indonesia that has seized the market initiative.
Mama-mama Lembah Grime di Jayapura: Bergerak jaga tanah adat dari gempuran sawit dan merebut hak komunitas
Tergerusnya hutan karena ambisi perkebunan sawit mendorong perempuan adat di Papua angkat bicara menantang angkuhnya kuasa negara, swasta, dan keluarga.
By bringing together Indonesian seaweed and Australian technological innovations, a shared vision of decarbonisation can be progressed.
Clean energy transition is key opportunity for Indonesia to diversify its economy while making its energy supplies more secure and affordable, but international support will be vital.
Bottlenose dolphins released into ocean by Indonesian sanctuary after years in captivity at hotel resort
Three bottlenose dolphins were released into the open sea in Indonesia this week, after years of confinement as tourist attractions. As red and white Indonesian flags fluttered, underwater gates opened off the island of Bali to allow them to swim free.
Environment officials from the Group of 20 met at Bali for talks on climate action and the global impact of the war in Ukraine, with Indonesia’s environment minister saying the world is already facing a climate crisis.
Bountiful crops have been planted by Mbah Gimbal, who once sold illegal firearms but now shares the principles of permaculture in one of Indonesia’s poorest regions.
The IndOz Conference 2022 in Brisbane featured discussions about energy, education, digital economy and health and carried the theme of “stronger together”.