In addition to listening to scientists and young activists like Greta, another influential group that is speaking out more about the environment are religious groups.
Direct elections in Aru had delivered a leader that prioritised the interests of a private investor above those of his constituents. For democracy to prevail, civil society needs to step in.
Indonesia’s plan to relocate its capital to East Kalimantan in Borneo has engendered much debate, but few have examined the potential military and strategic implications of the move.
One ASX listed oil explorer involved in Indonesia is Bass Oil, which rose 50 per cent this morning with news of strong oil flows on its first test well – Bunian 5.
Indonesian authorities will make their first attempt at in vitro fertilization of a Sumatran rhino, aiming to boost the critically endangered species’ gene pool in the process.
Indonesia-focussed gold developer, Nusantara Resources, has secrued the right to fully extinguish the third-party royalty arrangements over future gold production from its operation on Sulawesi Island.
Britt and Marein have been attending The Green School, a renowned international school in Bali…
Ten major companies that sell and use palm oil have teamed up on a new radar system…
This has been a watershed year for tropical forests—and not in a good way. Massive fires have burned through hundreds of thousands of acres of rainforests in Indonesia and Brazil.
Experts believe renewable energy use in Indonesia will exceed that of fossil fuel within 25 years
By the end of the century, much of the coastal land we live on could be uninhabitable.
Jakarta is one of the fastest sinking megacities in the world due to excessive groundwater extraction for drinking and other everyday purposes by the city’s 10 million inhabitants.
In Indonesia, a young democracy still recovering from three decades of military rule, companies usually succeed in their efforts to annex indigenous lands.
Although many nations have purpose-built capital cities, urban designer and architect Maud Cassignau believes Indonesia is the first country to create a city for environmental reasons.
Agriculture experts see the rare commodity of damar as something bigger; as a sort of anti-palm oil — a model to combat deforestation and climate change.