Indonesia is urged to show leadership, take firm climate action and ambition, including increasing its emission cuts.
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.
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.
Despite reports on how coal industry is damaging the environment and harming children, four major banks continue to funnel money into coal miners’ coffers. Project Multatuli and 350.org dig deeper.
Indonesia’s commitment at the COP26 will not reduce GHG emissions, but instead will commodify nature with a net-zero emission scheme in the form of carbon trading.
Indonesia wants to ensure that the commitment of a number of parties to assist the archipelago in adapting and mitigating climate change move beyond just announcements.
Only a few media consistently covers the environment and equip their journalists with competencies required to do so. An environmental journalists network in Indonesia is set increase the quality and quantity of environmental reporting in the country,