The 200-hectare solar plant is expected to contribute to the Jawa-Bali power grid, leading the way for other critical renewables in Indonesia.
Despite reaching agreement with Brazil and DRC, Indonesia lags behind in moving the initiative forward, Greenpeace Indonesia says.
24 districts in West Java are experiencing water shortages due to prolonged dry season, affecting over 302 thousand households.
There are currently 50 land dispute cases in East Java, half of which has lead to violence and citizens being criminalized and intimidated.
All parties, including media, need to push for the climate crisis to become a priority issue in the 2024 elections.
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.
Based on CREA’s maximum assessment, pollution from the Suralaya Steam Power Plant causes 1,640 deaths each year.
Companies and individuals trading sharks and rays illegally use various methods and loopholes to avoid regulations and detection.
Hundreds of sharks and rays, some endangered and protected, are landed at various ports in Java. Journalist Asnawi finds there are no officials monitoring this trade.
Pekalongan will lose 5,271 hectares by 2035. The batik industry is already feeling the pinch of sea level rise. Industry players share their stories.