CSOs warn of the potential dangers in carbon trading and urge the government to choose other instruments to address climate crisis.
Collaboration to realize green investment in coconut commodities can promote sustainable development.
Semarang official says mentoring of waste banks and empowering communities are key to the success of its waste management program.
Undeterred by her disability, Abong collects and turns plastic waste into useful goods. She also empowers others with disabilities in Maumere to do the same.
A study says maggots can decompose organic waste up to 80% of its weight. The center uses maggots to reduce waste while generating revenue.
Sustainability thrift shops such as LamaLama Indonesia may become an alternative solution to Indonesia’s fashion waste problem.
Grants are expected to be funneled directly to indigenous peoples and local communities and impact 30 million people in Indonesia.
The government’s program to develop an electric vehicle ecosystem to achieve zero emissions needs to consider the impact on environmental sustainability.
Jakarta administration needs to reach beyond its current policies and program if it were to achieve its zero-emission target by 2050.
If the climate crisis is not controlled, 12.5 million girls will drop out of school. In Indonesia, 89% of young people expressed concern about the impact of the climate crisis.