As part of global ocean circulation, warm water in the upper layer flows from the Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean through the Indonesian Archipelago.
This Australian water permits Indonesian traditional fishermen activities. But do they know the restrictions?
Indonesian fishermen using traditional fishing methods can operate in the area of Australian waters around the Timor Sea, known as the MoU Box. However, it is not without its own problems.
Indonesia remains one of the world’s largest emitters of greenhouse gases, ranking eighth in the world in 2019. Indonesia has a pivotal role to play in addressing climate change.
A new study recommends returning oil palm biomass to planting areas to maintain soil health — specifically, by replenishing the soil with silicon.
Indonesia has put nearly a tenth of its waters under some form of protection, and intends to expand this to nearly a third by 2045.
The European regulation to combat deforestation (EUDR) is an opportunity for Indonesia.
As Tamar Ana Jawa wove a red sarong in the fading sunlight, her neighbor switched on a light bulb dangling from the sloping tin roof.
The government has decided to allow foreign entities to purchase credits in the Indonesian carbon market, paving the way for multinational companies and institutions to tap into the country’s large carbon trading potential.
Popular ornamental South American river stingrays (Potamotrygon spp.) were introduced to Indonesia in the 1980s and the culture was established.
As global deforestation continues at alarming rates, the empowerment of Indigenous peoples such as the Kajang is emerging as a key way to protect the world’s rainforests.
By midmorning, beams of tropical sun cut through the rainforest canopy, illuminating a bamboo hut in a rare clearing of trees. Inside, a wrinkled old man, sitting cross-legged with his eyes shut, whispers blessings to the Earth.
A number of reports have found that an Indonesian government program to establish large-scale agricultural plantations across the country has led to deforestation.
An Indonesian activist has received a global award for her efforts over decades fighting for environmental preservation and Indigenous Indonesian rights, protecting tens of thousands of acres of carbon-rich biodiverse lands from industrial exploitation.
Sumbawa in Indonesia is a paradise of unspoilt beaches, crystal clear waters and natural beauty – for now
An international airport under construction has already started a property boom, and will vastly increase tourist numbers.
Plastics have transformed our modern world, providing a flexible, durable, lightweight material with a remarkable range of applications.
Chinese demand for Indonesian wood pulp is propping up industry ostracised elsewhere over sustainability concerns.