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.
24 districts in West Java are experiencing water shortages due to prolonged dry season, affecting over 302 thousand households.
As elections near and candidates set, youth voters seek for substantial climate and environment agenda in their goals, missions and actions.
Climate change and land subsidence lead to tidal floods, posing a serious problem that could submerge Pekalongan by 2035.
UN secretary General says latest IPCC report is a how-to guide to defuse the climate time-bomb.
Collaboration to strengthen climate change literacy is needed to sensitize the public on environmental conditions.
Tidal floods continue to surround Semarang due to land subsidence, worsened by sea level rise.
The improved emission targets in Indonesia’s NDCs are still a long way from a 1.5C pathway finds Caroline Bulolo.
Indonesia is urged to show leadership, take firm climate action and ambition, including increasing its emission cuts.