The Citarum is the longest and largest river in West Java, running 270km through thousands of communities to connect the people, villages and landscape of the most populous province in Indonesia.
The impact of COVID-19 on women’s access to water, sanitation and hygiene in an Indonesian fishing village
Practicing good hygiene is important in preventing the spread of COVID-19, but this can be very challenging when access to water and sanitation is poor. The traditional caregiving and cleaning roles, which usually fall to women and girls, leave them particularly vulnerable to the impact of COVID-19.
Prof. Ir. Panut Mulyono, M.Eng., D.Eng., as UGM Chancellor, has allowed becoming one of the speakers at the 6th International (Virtual) Workshop on UI GreenMetric World University Rankings (IWGM 2020).
Researchers at The University of Western Australia have investigated the use of remotely piloted aircraft systems to detect early-weeds in broadacre wheat crops.
Dams are incredibly important for water and food security in Indonesia, but are also at risk of natural disaster. In response, a team from the Engineering faculty at Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) designed an earthquake-resistant dam.
Succeeding SDGs, IPB University Students Create Portable Disinfectant Generator for Clean Water Sanitation
IPB University students from the Department of Chemistry succeeded in making an innovation called Pordistor for sanitation of clean water.
A series of new reports offer a guide for how cities and neighbourhoods in Indonesia can transition to a more sustainable future.
In Surabaya, people can collect plastic trash to get free travel tickets for a ‘plastic bus’. Indonesia hopes to reduce 70% of this kind of waste by 2025.
Models predict that by 2050, a third of Jakarta could be submerged. It’s an urban existential crisis the likes of which the modern world has never seen.
Java and Nusa Tenggara have been the hardest-hit by this year’s dry season and are facing water shortages. Fifty-five regencies across Indonesia are in water crisis according to the National
Children deserve to get clean and safe drinking water. But, in developing countries such as Indonesia, not all children have access to it.A new survey has found this can drive them to consume sweet beverages, posing a risk to their health.
Indonesia has a waste problem – and its waterways are among the hardest-hit. On Tuesday 11 June 2019, the regional government of Read more