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.
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.
The coordination of institutions overseeing fishing and product distribution in Sangihe could use some harmony to improve monitoring and data collection.
With no access to capital and the absence of government assistance to fish in the open sea, fishers in Sangihe resort to loans to make ends meet.
Amid government monitoring and permit requirements, shark fishing and trade remain scarce, fishing boats unregistered in Sangihe Islands.
Amid their protected status and absence of government supervision, sharks in the waters of North Sulawesi are at the mercy of fishers.
An environmental group engages students through participatory learning to raise awareness about marine and plastic waste.
The rising sea temperature is making tuna scarce off the coast of Southern Bolaang Mongondow district in the northern part of Indonesia’s Sulawesi island.