Indonesia has officially agreed to co-chair an international alliance that brings together producers and consumers of forest agriculture and commodities.
Indonesian farming numbers have been falling but Covid-19 has brought some youth back to agriculture.
Greenpeace has warned that left unchecked, forest clearance in Papua could undo Indonesia’s progress in tackling climate change, with a report that looks at systematic violations on plantation and forest release permits.
Fintech is playing an important role in helping digital entrepreneurs tap into growth opportunities in Indonesia’s developing communities some new research shows.
An ambitious Indonesian project to create a single database of the country’s land area and stop conflicts is destined to flounder unless it includes maps created by indigenous communities, advocates said on Wednesday.
As a result of climate change, the average sea surface temperature in affected water areas has increased to 30 degrees Celsius from 26 degrees. And the periods between tropical cyclone cycles are getting shorter.
UN rights experts have raised alarm over forced evictions and threats against human rights defenders to make way for a $3 billion tourism project on the Indonesian island of Lombok.
A year passed, and everything seemed to be okay—until one day in September 2019, my fellow villager, Syarif, could not hold his temper after finding out his priceless rubber plantation had been cleared by bulldozers without his consent.
Indonesia’s Environment Ministry said the rate of deforestation had been cut by 75 per cent last year by controlling forest fires more effectively and limiting clearing of woodland. However environmental groups are sceptical.
Japan’s Mitsubishi Corp said on Friday it would work with Indonesia’s PT PAU and others to study producing ammonia fuel using CCS technology to help cut CO2 emissions from coal-fired power plants.
The Federal Court upheld a claim by Daniel Aristabulus Sanda, who led a class action on behalf of 15,000 seaweed farmers in Read more
Hundreds of mining concessions across Indonesia lie in areas prone to earthquakes, landslides and floods, making them ticking time bombs for local communities, according to a new report.
The second wave of the coronavirus pandemic has brought technocrats and governments together to start looking at a very different future for our cities.
Women in informal work have proven to be resilient, as they faced challenges head on while navigating the intricacies of traditional gender roles that call for them to be caretakers and housewives.
Global environmental group Greenpeace was sceptical, saying the deforestation rate most likely dropped in 2020 due to a slowdown in economic activity during the coronavirus pandemic as well as unusually wet weather.
As American electric vehicle maker Tesla eyes up a hefty investment in Indonesia, concerns are growing over the potential environmental consequences of a nickel mining rush.