The push for clean energy is coming at an environmental cost to forests and fisheries in one of the world’s most biodiverse regions.
In certain areas of Indonesia, seagrass cover has declined from 58 to 48% and 61 to 55% of the average value from several sites in each area from 2016 to 2017, respectively.
Indonesian Foreign Minister, Retno Marsudi, stated that foreign policy objectives would be defined by a “four plus one formula”, to enhance Indonesia’s role in the region and globally.
Indonesia’s Yeyen Tumena is hoping to take advantage of the pressure provided by the home crowd in their Group G World Cup Asian qualification encounter against Malaysia.
New research off the coast of Indonesia suggests that manta rays and whale sharks are eating an unwanted garnish: an alarming amount of plastic waste.
Indonesia is the world’s second largest contributor to marine waste. Seeing the beautiful coral reefs off the coast of Indonesia’s capital drowning in plastic, 25 year-old Swietenia Puspa Lestari decided to take action.