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.
Pipe leakage, ground water extraction, and the latest, climate crisis are to blame for Jakarta’s water woes. The city commits to end water privatization.
Living in cramped barracks with no access to education, these are the children earning $6 a day at one of Indonesia’s most profitable paper companies.
This is no ordinary game. This is part of an effort to uncover the figures and networks that run the coal business in Indonesia. Do you know who they are?
The coal business has been booming since the early 1990s. Indonesia’s coal production rose from a mere 13 million tons in 1991 to more than 606 million tons in 2021. Who gets the biggest share?
Gender research in Pakistan, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines underlines barriers women face both as journalists and sources for the media.
Journalist Markus Makur looks closer at how women in Manggarai turn to family farming and entrepreneurship to survive thair flailing economy, following large scale social distancing regulation put in place by the local government, to curb the spread of the Novel Corona virus.
For over two decades, Belanti Village, Ogan Komering Ilir Regency, South Sumatra was one of the biggest rice suppliers in South Sumatera, before the village, which boasted a rich peat ecosystem, was submerged and could no longer be cultivated following the canalization system built by an oil palm plantation.
Indonesia’s natural resources continue to suffer from degradation because of climate change and corruption. The Omnibus Law the government plans to pass is thought to only exacerbates the current conditions as corporate oligarchies dig deeper for profit.