As Indonesia positions itself to become a key global hub for electric vehicle batteries, it’s also putting people and the environment at harm through the coal-fired plants powering its nickel smelters, activists say.
Demand from Australian consumers for sustainable produce has heightened opportunities for Indonesian businesses, a breakfast in Melbourne has heard.
The Indonesian city of Makassar is served by the higher education public facility of Universitas Hasanuddin. The science-focussed university serves a province that is increasing its port capacity and has started the development of its first railway.
For Indonesian Independence Day, Indonesians speak of how they contribute to Australian society while maintaining their own unique heritage and identities, even in the face of sometimes mixed attitudes to their homeland.
Indonesia has pushed back the launch of a much-anticipated investment plan underpinning a landmark $20 billion climate financing deal struck with US President Joe Biden last year.
Indonesia is expecting a longer dry season, lasting until October, due to the El Niño weather pattern, threatening clean water supply and increasing the risk of forest fires, the country’s disaster agency said.
Some 50 domestic workers took to the front of Indonesia’s parliamentary compound in Jakarta on Monday, sitting under a tent with plates before them.
Having travelled to Hong Kong, Seoul, Taipei, Mount Fuji, Singapore, Melbourne, and even in the stratosphere, KAWS:HOLIDAY has found its next vacation destination – the Prambanan Temple, Indonesia’s largest Hindu temple complex and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Coordinating Minister for Maritime and Investment Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said that President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo is optimistic about the prospect of startups in Indonesia.
Indonesia’s sovereign wealth fund has tapped Sydney-based climate change investment group Pollination to help develop the country’s emerging market for tradeable credits and Read more
The new Indonesia-Australia Grains Value Chain Leadership Program is bringing 25 future leaders of the Indonesian grains industry to Australia to expand their business networks and develop their understanding and knowledge of the grains value chains in Indonesia and Australia.
Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, plans to visit the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to discuss the IMF’s request for Indonesia to consider lifting the policy banning nickel exports.
For decades, Australians’ interest in learning Indonesian has been sharply declining, with several universities cutting courses in the language altogether. As Indonesia eyes an increasingly important role in Southeast Asia, some experts say it’s time to reverse that trend.