Strengthening journalists’ literacy in climate and environmental issues and giving more space to youth in the media is believed to be critical as election year closes in.
The Manado Anoa Breeding Center is the sole conservation center for the endangered species. IUCN estimates 2,499 anoas left on Sulawesi.
Collaboration to realize green investment in coconut commodities can promote sustainable development.
Based on CREA’s maximum assessment, pollution from the Suralaya Steam Power Plant causes 1,640 deaths each year.
The recent revocation of mining permit in Sangihe prompted its youth to band together in protecting and preserving the nature of the small island.
Save Sangihe Island (SSI) is ready to take TMS back to court if the government grants another mining operation on the island.
Development policies need to identify the potential of and challenges faced by coastal communities.
Despite the risks, fishers continue to use compressors to make a living. Journalist Febrianti met with Jertianus from Sinakak to learn more.
In what was known as the octopus center in Mentawai, the waters off Sinakak have much less to offer today as fishers struggle to find the eight-limbed mollusc.
Companies and individuals trading sharks and rays illegally use various methods and loopholes to avoid regulations and detection.