Whoever is elected in February must involve more of society in consultations on BRI projects to mitigate environmental risks, Indonesian analysts write.
Celios assessed the energy transition proposed by the presidential and vice-presidential candidates as false solutions that will actually cause a climate crisis
Fishermen lack institutional support to access subsidy. Bureaucracy, funding, and data collection are major impediments, experts say.
Past recipients used their award funds to create new and expand existing initiatives to drive collective actions in tackling climate woes.
Thousands banded in climate actions. Youths — over a quarter of Indonesia’s population, is the most affected by impacts of climate crisis.
As elections near and candidates set, youth voters seek for substantial climate and environment agenda in their goals, missions and actions.
Indonesia is one of the countries in SEA with the highest plastic pollution in the world. Microplastics threaten health, the environment, and marine life.
Experts call on developing counties to increase contribution into energy transition efforts as developing countries can’t rely on pubic funding alone.
CSOs warn of the potential dangers in carbon trading and urge the government to choose other instruments to address climate crisis.
Religious leaders and communities play key role in environmental protection and addressing climate crisis.