North Sulawesi has a high risk of disease transmission from wild animals to domestic livestock and humans. Apart from the rich biodiversity of the island, the local habit of meat consumption exposes communities to zoonotic diseases.
Gender research in Pakistan, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines underlines barriers women face both as journalists and sources for the media.
The 14-year-old girl from Gresik has inspired the young generation to fight for the right to a clean life by caring about environmental sustainability.
Indonesia is keen to benefit from the global demand for nickel but seems to be ignoring the social and environmental impact of mining it.
Sand mining activities along the banks of the Begawan Solo River have led to many negative environmental impacts in the region, from noise pollution to infrastructure damage to dangerous riverbank erosion.
The Indigenous Pomparan Ompu Ondol Butarbutar community faces eviction from the area that has been their home for generations, and have seen their farms razed to make way for the new tourism project.
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 Jokowi administration embarks on a quest to making Indonesia the centre for electric vehicle industry. But villagers in East Halmahera are not convinced the industry is environmentally friendly.
A training is providing young indigenous women in Mentawai Islands, off the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra, a chance to learn journalistic video making that will help them voice their concerns on their local environment.
Equipped with simple hardware, Mentawai indigenous youth learn how to conceptualize, write script, and take videos, share stories of their life and environment.