Women can be the drivers of change in their local communities and lead the implementation of new sustainability and development initiatives according to a new study.
Sea level rises are often spoken about as a potential future impact of climate change. But on the Indonesian island of Java, they are already threatening millions.
Styrofoam waste in Indonesia still abundant and not properly addressed, says influential youth group
Youth-led environmental group the Antheia Project says that Styrofoam is yet another dangerous waste that has not been properly addressed, being widely used but with little to no waste processing, leaving large amounts degraded in nature and found on beaches.
A recent report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis points out that the current trajectory of EV take-up in Indonesia will not meet ambitious domestic targets.
In a village on the Indonesian island of Java, eight men are wielding saws and machetes with practiced precision, preparing long bamboo poles that they will use to defend their embattled community.
The lead researchers for the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) seaweed project have presented their findings to senior officials in three Indonesian government departments.
People of all ages living in the foothills of the Sibayak mountain —particularly in Gundaling I, Berastagi— are bartering their trash for groceries at the Mela Melket waste bank.
Indonesia will take stern action against firms that are found to have caused forest fires in the country, Environment Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar warned.
The tropical tourist destination of Bali, Indonesia, is facing a worsening water crisis from tourism development, population growth and water mismanagement.
Remarkably lax” and “laissez-faire” law enforcement efforts by conservation authorities in Indonesia have allowed the killing, capture and trade of scores of orangutans to persist, according to a recent study.
Indonesia says that the imported vaccines are insufficient to create herd immunity against the foot-and-mouth disease that suddenly returned in May.
President Widodo on whether the country can become a greener, richer, industrial powerhouse.
Sun Cable has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Indonesia’s energy ministry, moving closer to its goal to lay an undersea cable connecting a solar farm in Australia’s Northern Territory to Singapore.
Along with two Indonesian companies, the Chinese company PT Julong Group Indonesia was accused of disbursing a concession fee that the contract farmers claimed to be too low and not reflective of the rising price of palm fruit.
As Indonesia hosts the G20 Summit in Bali, some say the country can be a ‘beacon of hope to the world’ by showing there is no contradiction between development and transitioning to clean energy.
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