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WWF uses art approach to protect Sumatran tigers

The global environmental conservation organization WWF-Indonesia has used an art approach to protect Sumatran ...

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Indonesia sees waste-to-energy plant as solution to garbage problem

With a population of some 260 million people, Indonesia is one of the world’s largest producers of garbage, which ...

90 percent of orangutans live outside preserved forests: BKSDA

Some 90 percent of the orangutan population are living outside preserved forests and are exposed to conflicts with ...

Synergy among ministries crucial to addressing marine pollution

Three sea turtles were found dead some 150 meters off Pari Island, Seribu (One Thousand) Islands District, Jakarta, ...

Actress Nadine Alexandra encourages consumers to choose sustainable palm oil

Actress and environmentalist Nadine Alexandra Dwi encourages people to become smart consumers and choose certified ...

News Focus - Saving Indonesia`s marine life by Rahmad Nasution

This week, Indonesia has been in the spotlight of the mainstream media in the country and abroad after a dead sperm ...

News Featue - Preserving Indonesia`s sea turtles by Rahmad Nasution

Indonesia is an archipelagic nation that is blessed by the Almighty God with an array of flora and fauna, several of ...

China lifting tiger bone ban feared to affect Sumatran tigers

China`s decision to reverse the 25-year ban on the trade of tiger bones and rhino horns has triggered an outcry from ...

Indonesia explores waste-to-energy power plant development

Indonesia has explored development of waste-to-energy power plant (PLTSa) through the cooperation with the ...

Food system is biggest threat to nature

Results of a latest study of WWF revealed that 91 percent of the public did not realize that the way they consume, ...

Overcoming challenges in developing "Bay of Paradise"

In the development of tourism sector in the "Bay of Paradise," better known as the Cendrawasih Bay National Park area ...

Environmentalists share knowledge on mitigating human-elephant conflict

A group of environmentalists has disseminated information on preventing the human-elephant conflict to the people in ...

Tourism is economic backbone of East Nusa Tenggara

The Indonesian government has been paying greater attention to economic development in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) to ...

Diving exhibition to precede BMW Festival

The highly anticipated cultural event of Biak Munara Wampasi (BMW) Festival in Biak Numfor District, Papua Province, ...

WWF releases exclusive summary on Borneo on World Environment Day

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Indonesia and Malaysia released an exclusive publication of "The Environmental Status of ...