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.
Indonesia wants to ensure that the commitment of a number of parties to assist the archipelago in adapting and mitigating climate change move beyond just announcements.
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,
Urban dwellers are increasingly more aware of the impacts of climate change. Residents of Bandar Lampung City are taking concrete actions to protect their environment.
Degradation of green spaces and impacts of climate change are threatening to sink Gorontalo City. A research predicts the coastal city in Sulawesi will be under water by 2050
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.
According to data from local authority, about 230 kilometres of the 633 kilometre coastline in Bali has been lost to erosion. Development and impacts of climate change have also contributed. Bali administration has built embankments among other actions but experts fear these efforts are only temporary solutions.
Almost all cases of natural disasters that have occurred were caused by poor spatial management. Indonesia needs to reevaluate land use, types of users, spatial patterns, and permit processes, and rebuild on the principle of protecting and prospering the people.
In Maluku Province in far eastern Indonesia, an increasingly erratic climate has left clove farmers unable to depend on the spice that put this region on the map.
How mangroves keep Bedono village from disappearing. Sea level rise is said to be one of the leading cause. Hartatik reports from Bedono, Central Java.