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Greenpeace Indonesia announced that the average air quality of Jakarta throughout January 2020 was in the category of moderate up to unhealthy.
Greenpeace Indonesia chief Leonard Simanjuntak said the recent severe flooding in Jakarta Greater Area was caused by the climate crisis.
Greenpeace Indonesia campaigner Arifsyah Nasution assessed that the government had failed to tackle lead or metal waste contamination in Jakarta Bay.
Three environmental activists for Greenpeace Indonesia, who installed giant banners at Pancoran's Dirgantara Monument was taken to a police station.
Greenpeace Indonesia installed two giant banners at Pancoran's Dirgantara Monument and at HI Roundabout's Selamat Datang Monument.
Wildfires in Indonesia, largely blamed on slash-and-burn farming practices, have created unhealthy smog across Southeast Asia.
Greenpeace Indonesia joined by 50 environmental groups took to the streets in Jakarta to participate in the global climate strike.
Greenpeace Indonesia ravels on the possibility of seeing forest land conversions for urban constructions in East Kalimantan's capital city.
Greenpeace Indonesia suggests Jakarta administration to constantly monitor the pollution level in real-time for 24 hours over odd-even roads.
Environmental Affair Minister Siti Nurbaya affirmed that the concept of the new capital city in East Kalimantan will encompass environment restoration
Governor Anies Baswedan said he was not the one who initiated the plan to create artificial rain over the capital.
Greenpeace Indonesia criticizes Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan for his plan to create artificial rain in the nation's capital.
Three environmental NGOs demanded issue on the cultivation right permit (HGU) not be used as a mere political tool by either Jokowi or Prabowo camps.
SOE Minister Rini Soemarno said in the next three years Indonesia was targeted to increase the content of biofuel as an energy alternative.