Despite reports on how coal industry is damaging the environment and harming children, four major banks continue to funnel money into coal miners’ coffers. Project Multatuli and 350.org dig deeper.
Community-led waste banks can be key in tackling waste in the upstream. If optimised, more than 70% of Jakarta’s waste does not need to end up in Bantargebang.
An expert say Indonesia is yet to have a waste management blueprint. Waste power plant is seen as short and middle term solution to stop waste from contaminating the environment.
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.
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,
Nadine believes that when we protect the environment, then it will protect us. She invites the society to take concrete actions and push for policies that will prevent practices that are destroying the environment.
The number of cyclists in cities increased significantly during the pandemic. Experts say local administrations should use the trend as an opportunity to upgrade public transportation system in a bid to improve air quality.
Access to information and data, resources, are some of the challenges faced by journalists when reporting on social and environmental impacts There needs to be a change in the current form of collaboration
Beginning from a love for idols – K-Pop artists -, fans are developing movements and channeling their energies to raise awareness of the environment and the climate crisis.