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The Central Java Police launched an investigation into the pollution in Bengawan Solo River.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan uploaded photos of blooming bougainville flowers on the city's roadside green belt on his social media.
The Environment and Forestry Ministry (KLHK) says 59 percent of rivers in Indonesia are still severely polluted.
IQAir quality report in 2020 lists South Tangerang as the most polluted city in Southeast Asia.
The latest annual IQAir quality report on the world's most polluted countries in 2020 ranks Indonesia 9th.
Several sea tourist destinations in Bintan Regency of Riau Islands were polluted by oil waste, including ones in Madu Tiga Beach and Resort areas.
Central Jakarta District Court has yet to rule on a lawsuit filed by Jakartans over polluted air.
KLHK Ministry's DG Karliansyah said state-owned oil and gas firm Pertamina planned to reduce the distribution of Premium gasoline.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan stated that cooperation with various parties to deal with air pollution is becoming more urgent.
The pollution of the Bengawan Solo River continues without any satisfactory solution.
DPRD announced that it supports Jakarta's plan to increase parking fees in areas with sufficient access to main public transportation
Jakarta Metro Police Chief Gen. Insp. Nana Sudjana participated in planting 1,000 tree seedlings in Urban Forest to reduce pollution.
A civil coalition lawyer Nelson Simamora outlined Jakarta governor Anies Baswedan's acts against the law during the trial of air pollution today.
The move is part of a trend in many countries aimed at reducing plastic pollution.
The government should work harder to prevent environmental pollution and destruction instead of focusing on just discussing it, says Walhi.
Environmental group Ecoto staged a protest today demanding Governor Khofifah tackle environmental pollution caused by plastic waste imports.
`Indonesia Operation 30 Days At Sea` would last from Nov. to Dec. 2019 in the fight against pollution crimes that has polluted Indonesia waters.
Southeast Asia is a major contributor to land-based plastic waste in the oceans with more than half of it coming from 4 nations including Indonesia.
The Netherlands will cut its nationwide speed limit as part of a package of emergency measures intended to reduce nitrogen pollution.
Greenpeace Indonesia campaigner Arifsyah Nasution assessed that the government had failed to tackle lead or metal waste contamination in Jakarta Bay.