As plans to move the capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan Province gather pace, locals are reacting with horror: The plan is to erect a new metropolis on lands that for centuries have nourished their customs and traditions.
An NGO study has found that the Java Island’s Ciliwung is badly contaminated with micro-plastics, threatening human health and aquatic life.
Developers are moving fast to meet Singapore’s clean energy needs by establishing overseas solar-plus-storage plants, with a strong focus on facilities in neighbouring Indonesia.
The explanation of the human genetic changes that allowed the Bajau to adapt to this life was published in 2019. All but one of researchers came from developed economies. The one local researcher had no relevant disciplinary background and was there as logistical support.
The court actions relate to the environmental impact and economic losses suffered by communities around Kupang in Indonesian territorial waters.
More people are living in cities than ever before, with much of the rapid urbanisation occurring in the Global South, particularly in Southeast Asia.
Researchers show how peatland in the coastal areas in Sumatra and Borneo in Indonesia developed over thousands of years.
An area of natural forest a tenth the size of Seoul has been cleared by a subsidiary of South Korean paper giant Moorim in Indonesia’s Papua region, a new report shows.
Jurassic Park directed by Steven Spielberg is a class movie. Since the release of the movie, numerous people have hoped and wished to experience a real-life Dino-park. Well, Indonesia is planning to have one! With the Komodo Dragons in the spotlight.
Indonesia menunjukkan komitmennya pada pembangunan berkelanjutan melalui agenda Presidensi G-20 Indonesia yang tengah berlangsung.
The village of Sungai Kupah in Indonesia’s West Kalimantan province is used to living with the risk of floods. It is on the estuary of the Kapuas, the country’s longest river.
The Indonesian government optimizes the use of alternative energy sources from biogas power plants (PLTBg) that produce green energy from palm oil liquid waste (POME) to achieve the country’s new and renewable energy mix target.
Singapore and Indonesia inked a climate change partnership on Monday (March 21) that could see them working on clean technology research, or pilot projects related to various ecosystems on land and sea.