WALHI underlines the critical role of students in protecting nature and the environment against threats and harms of investment in Papua.
Waste continues to pile up in the capital while authorities debate between incinerator or refuse-derived fuel technology to tackle the problem.
Pekalongan will lose 5,271 hectares by 2035. The batik industry is already feeling the pinch of sea level rise. Industry players share their stories.
To learn how air pollution is specifically affecting women and other vulnerable groups, more Indonesia-based research is needed, experts say.
Joint effort with the police department is key to conducting emissions tests effectively in Jakarta and its surrounding areas, expert say.
Jakarta rides the EV wave to curb air pollution and help achieve its emissions target. But what does it take for residents to make the switch?
A Jakarta governor’s regulation requires vehicles to undergo emissions tests. Its implementation still requires a comprehensive plan. This is part one of a two-part story.
Trans women experience multiple impacts from air pollution. Many live near pollution sources and do not have good coping skills.
Health costs due to exposure to air pollution are not only borne by affected residents. Those who have not been exposed pay the cost to protect themselves.
In addition to the effects that are not always visible, air pollution medical costs are only a small part of the costs borne by residents.