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Some Southeast Asian countries have in recent months been taking action to stem the flow of trash.
Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan admitted that he has share ownership in Kutai Energi, a company mention in the documentary `Sexy Killers`.
The Bogor District administration recently removed 200 tons worth of trash that piled up at the Kalibaru River.
Energy Minister Ignasius Jonan said he has yet seen "Sexy Killers" produced by Watchdoc on the negative effects of Indonesia's coal mining industry.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has many times conveyed the river naturalization project is an effort to deal with flooding in the capital city.
Minister Susi Pudjiastuti repeatedly called for the public to immediately reduce the use of plastic since its wastes ruin the ocean environment.
Jakarta provincial government to participate in the Earth Hour campaign that falls on today by turning off the lights at seven monuments in the city.
Indonesian police on Wednesday arrested nine men suspected of trafficking Komodo dragons.
Walhi is set to hold a meeting on environmental issues after being discouraged by both candidates' views; Jokowi and Prabowo, on the environment.
Children under age 15 are almost three times more likely to die from diseases due to lack of clean water in countries in conflict, UNICEF says.
China's average concentrations of lung-damaging particles known as PM2.5 rose by 5.2 percent in January-February.
Thousands of school students walked out of class across New Zealand kicking off a global student strike against government inaction on climate change.
The Indian capital, home to more than 20 million people, was followed by the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka and Kabul, capital of Afghanistan.
Eight million tonnes of plastic enter the ocean every year, according to the U.N. Environment Programme.
Environment and Forestry Ministry received eight reports related to companies that dumping industrial waste to Cileungsi River.
Golkar Party politician explained the environmental issues predicted to be used by the opposition against Jokowi in the 2nd presidential debate.
Conservationists and palm oil companies tackling deforestation and forest fires must rely less on satellite imagery.
Former Environment Minister Emil Salim predicted Indonesia will cease to exist in 2045 if the govt does not seriously deal with climate change.
The southern coast of the Gunungkidul Regency in Yogyakarta is a long dry-season regular and annually hit by drought.
The 7th Jagakali International Art Festival held on the Pacit River in Cirebon City, West Java, was enlivened by delegations from five countries.