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Cambodia is a global stronghold for Siamese crocodile, with an estimate of 200-400 individuals remaining in the wild,
The Central Java Police have named two persons suspected of polluting Bengawan Solo River.
The Central Java Police launched an investigation into the pollution in Bengawan Solo River.
Consumers are urged to up their game to see whether these are actual green products or a mere corporate greenwashing.
Walhi of East Nusa Tenggara asks the government to respect UNESCO's concern about the development project in the Komodo National Park.
KLHK records 18,460 tons of hazardous and toxic medical waste from the Covid-19 handling in healthcare facilities.
The Environment and Forestry Ministry (KLHK) says 59 percent of rivers in Indonesia are still severely polluted.
Soon environmental destruction is on the same level as genocide and will come under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.
Ministry of Environment claims the air and water quality in the Cilacap Regency is within the safe boundaries after Pertamina oil refinery fire.
Ghana aims to plant 5 million trees as part of efforts to mitigate climate change.
Sangihe Island deputy regent Helmud Hontong believed the mining permit goes against the Indonesian law on protecting coastal areas.
President Jokowi stated that Indonesia would oppose all practices of trade protectionism in the guise of a campaign to protect the environment.
Environmentalists are criticizing President Joko Widodo for his lack of ambition to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.
The forest area in Java Island continues to shrink and is reported at only about 24 percent, which is around 128,297 square kilometers.
The government removed the ash resulting from burning coal in power plants from the category of hazardous and toxic waste.
Taman Safari Indonesia (TSI) in Bogor, West Java, is holding an Instagram photo competition to commemorate Global Recycling Day.
The government has removed coal residue or FABA (Fly Ash and Bottom Ash) from the list of toxic and hazardous waste (B3 waste).
The Jakarta Government launches a waste management program dubbed large-scale social collaboration in waste management or KSBB Persampahan.
Bali has earned acclaim as the only province that greatly contributes to waste reduction from the Environment and Forestry Ministry.
The Jakarta Government planned to summon property developers to discuss the impacts of their development in the capital city, including floods.