Ecotourism in West Kalimantan introduces an application for the adoption of mangrove trees. The community can support and monitor conservation efforts.
The initiative aims to reduce 1 billion tons of greenhouse gas emissions and improve 1 billion lives by kick-starting post-pandemic economic recovery and enabling emerging economies to leapfrog to renewable energy.
Equipped with simple hardware, Mentawai indigenous youth learn how to conceptualize, write script, and take videos, share stories of their life and environment.
Prigi talks about his involvement in the Pulau Plastik documentary, imported waste, messages about protecting the environment, to funding, both foreign and local for NGOs in Indonesia.
With abundant production of corn, Grobogan district administration aims to transform corn rice into alternative staple. A continuous effort in empowering its female farmers to process corn into more consumer-friendly products, may come into fruition. Read more.
Husband and wife, Gede Kresna and Ayu Gayatri, built Rumah Intaran, an eco-house that developed into a learning studio for students and farmers to learn about green architecture, green living and green farming. Anita Syafitri Arif has more.
North Maluku administration is gearing up to leave its dependence on rice and switch to sago, its local food. The local government is planning to reinforce the consumption sago through policies and technology. A move that was met with enthusiasm by local people who are struggling to keep up with the rising price of rice. Read full report here.
Rare Indonesia said they succeeded encourage the change of fishermen behaviour to support sustainable fishery in Indonesia. By promoting no-take-zone. The Program is run in cooperation with the Ministry of Forestry (Kemenhut), Ministry Of Marine Affairs&Fisheries and several other institutions. A Program called Pride has been conducted since 2001 by Rare Indonesia and its partners. […]