Most days, Jamal Adam watches over the 10 aviaries in Ake Tajawe Lolobata National Park with veterinarians and support staff. But during the holidays this past December, the 60-year-old farmer was in charge of the ambitious conservation work.
Flooding in Demak and Grobogan regencies of Central Java, 300 miles (500 kilometers) from Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, has displaced about 11,500 people, including at least 1,100 children, and forced some schools to close as the Southeast Asian country grapples with the increasing impacts of the global climate crisis.
Beginning about 20 million years ago, the crashing of tectonic plates created a chain of small volcanic islands in northeastern Indonesia, just south of the Philippines.
Semakin populernya budi daya rumput laut di indonesia yang meningkat telah membawa permasalahan lingkungan.
Bali’s struggles with waste management are no secret. There are dozens of initiatives underway to help tackle the problem.
Cities in the global north that curb their carbon emissions are doing more to address colonial injustices than those who focus their efforts on taking down statues and changing street names, one of Europe’s leading historians has said.
The year 2024 marks the 10th anniversary of the Fire Free Village Program (FFVP), a fire prevention initiative run by pulp and paper producer APRIL Group in Riau Province.
The Indonesian and Norwegian governments commenced the funding process based on the performance of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from lowered deforestation rates in the country for the 2019-2020 period.
Aeshnina Azzahra Aqilani is too young to vote in Indonesia’s elections this month but that hasn’t stopped her from demanding the three presidential candidates adopt greener policies to combat the climate crisis.
Indonesia, the world’s second-largest seaweed producer, plans to introduce a nationwide export ban on seaweed, following a ban at a provincial level in 2022.
In March 2021, Davis Marthin Damaledo set out on foot accompanied by his father, Dantje, to pursue his childhood fascination with the natural world around his home in eastern Indonesia.
The global marine aquarium trade has created new local markets across the planet, including in Indonesia, now the second-largest exporting country of marine aquarium fish in the world.
Despite existing regulations safeguarding their rights, some Indigenous communities in Indonesia must rely on ancient wisdom to ward off developers.
Indonesia’s National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) is working with the Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety, and Consumer Protection of the Federal Republic of Germany to reduce land and sea degradation in Indonesia.
The potential link between climate change and radicalization to violent extremism can be studied in Indonesia, a country vulnerable to the consequences of climate change and with a history of violent extremism.
Indonesia has ordered its military to help farmers plant rice as severe drought reduces output of the staple in South-East Asia’s most populous country, lifting prices, requiring increased imports and threatening food security.