Jakarta collaborates with regional administrations to tackle air pollution. While experts call for better evaluation and sanctions.
When optimized, organic waste management can lead to reduction of 10.92 million tons of waste ending up in landfills annually, official say.
Tire particles can cause pollution that is many times worse than that produced by cars, according to research.
Tidal floods continue to surround Semarang due to land subsidence, worsened by sea level rise.
Jakarta administration needs to reach beyond its current policies and program if it were to achieve its zero-emission target by 2050.
Journalists will produce stories that will highlight disproportionate impacts of air pollution on women, children, and other marginalized communities
Journalists in Jakarta dive deeper into the sources of air pollution in Jakarta, its impacts on communities, and how to frame air pollution story with human interest angle.
An expert say Indonesia is yet to have a waste management blueprint. Waste power plant is seen as short and middle term solution to stop waste from contaminating the environment.
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.
North Sulawesi is an endemic area of rabies and boasts the highest number of deaths in Indonesia. Dog population that exceeds the number of vaccines and low public awareness are to blame for the prevalence of the disease.