A local food bank aims to realize a hunger-free nation and hopes to pave the way for an ecosystem that supports the establishment of a national food bank.
After a long struggle, 31 women fishers in Tambakpolo and Morodemak Village, Central Java, received recognition as fishermen and equal rights.
The food estate project in Central Kalimantan went into motion before relevant regulations and an environmental analysis were published. Prabowo Subianto and Moeldoko are behind companies running food estates.
A documentary film on artisanal coal mining in Muara Enim, South Sumatera, Indonesia.
The 14-year-old girl from Gresik has inspired the young generation to fight for the right to a clean life by caring about environmental sustainability.
Indonesia’s commitment at the COP26 will not reduce GHG emissions, but instead will commodify nature with a net-zero emission scheme in the form of carbon trading.
In Muara Enim, Indonesia, not only is coal mining not going away, it’s the only livelihood many people know. Meanwhile, a state-backed coal company hardly tolerates locals’ artisanal mines.
Sand mining activities along the banks of the Begawan Solo River have led to many negative environmental impacts in the region, from noise pollution to infrastructure damage to dangerous riverbank erosion.
A study reveals that plastic waste is threatening the phytoplankton population in the Sea of Ternate City, North Maluku, and predicts its extinction in the next 20 to 30 years.
Only a few media consistently covers the environment and equip their journalists with competencies required to do so. An environmental journalists network in Indonesia is set increase the quality and quantity of environmental reporting in the country,