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  • (Indonesian) Caplok Area Konservasi, Aceh Tamiang Tebang Pohon Sawit

    12/16/2015 clip Ekuatorial

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Indonesian. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Ribuan hektare perkebunan kelapa sawit yang telah mencaplok area konservasi dimusnahkan, Selasa (15/12). Bupati Aceh Tamiang Hamdan Sati mengatakan, total ada 1.070 […]

  • Paris Agreement: the reaction

    12/14/2015

    Here are some reactions to the agreement package by the countries in the COP21 Climate Conferees in Le Bourget, Paris, France. Executive Director of Greenpeace, Kumi Naidoo”The Paris Agreement is only one step of a long journey. There are things that sometimes make me frustrated and disappointed, but this is a process. The agreement itself […]

  • 5 Things in Paris Agreement Package

    12/13/2015 clip Ekuatorial

    The Paris agreement is final. Nearly 200 nations adopt treaty to limit global temperature rise rate. First treaty, which agreed by countries in Geneva in February, as many as 86 pages. After two revisions, the draft is reduced to just 12 pages containing five important points. TEMPERATURE In Paris, the countries agreed to prevent the […]

  • (Indonesian) Dunia Sepakat Batasi Pemanasan Bumi

    12/13/2015

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Indonesian. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Ekuatorial, Le Bourget – Pemerintah-pemerintah dunia mencapai kesepakatan bersejarah di Paris untuk membatasi kenaikan suhu di bawah 2 derajat Celsius. Sekitar pukul […]

  • Carbon stored in indigenous people’s territories: map

    12/09/2015 clip Ekuatorial

    How much carbon stored in indigenous peoples’ territories? An analysis released this week at the climate talks in Paris concludes that 20.1 percent of the carbon stored in tropical forests around the world which owned or claimed by the indigenous people. If we consider only the tropical forests in the Amazon Basin, Mesoamerica, the Democratic […]

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