A biological world map which has long been held by scientists is expected to be redrawn after the discovery of an “Australian” species on Christmas Island.
Indonesia’s guided-missile frigates recent underwent a round of combat system upgrade testing. It spotlighted the Southeast Asian state’s ongoing attempts to boost its maritime capabilities.
The rivers in Jakarta quickly filled up; in one of the city’s largest waterways, a Dutch-made device was trapping some of the trash to prevent it from washing out into the ocean.
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has suffered widespread coral bleaching after sea temperatures reached record high levels last month, scientists say.
In the aftermath of a violent communal conflict that set neighbor against neighbor around this ancient lake in eastern Indonesia, locals were eager for projects that promised a brighter future.
Edi Susanto of Muara Medak, South Sumatra, can now cultivate a plot of land in the village forest without being afraid of being chased by officers.
A new study by an international team of researchers including The University of Western Australia reveals the worst marine heatwave ever recorded off Western Australia was responsible for a massive loss of genetic diversity in underwater forests.
The volcano, located near the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo, has rumbled and generated dark hot clouds since last year.
Law enforcement director general Rasio Ridho Sani hopes the punishment will be a lesson for other companies, adding that the ministry would not stop going after polluters.
The lecturer of the Department of Civil Infrastructure Engineeringexplained that nowadays, urban developments are happening very quickly and are impossible to avoid.
A sweeping package of deregulation aimed at boosting the economy will be far more harmful than feared as it threatens to revive the centralized power structure of the country’s authoritarian era.
Two people from Sabuai customary village in Maluku were reportedly trying to protect a forest that they considered part of their society’s heritage from logging.
We found 20,000 pieces of plastic flowing into the ocean per hour based on monitoring levels in five locations in the Ciliwung River in May 2018.
A significant portion of the total population of Indonesia’s Javan deer occurs outside protected areas, highlighting the role of such zones as wildlife refuges, according to new research.