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Walhi of East Nusa Tenggara urged the government to establish a national disaster emergency status after flash floods and landslides in the region.
The government's decision to no longer deem coal fly ash and bottom ash (FABA) as B3 hazardous waste benefits the interests of investors says Walhi.
The government would not relocate residents living in the area of Komodo National Park, stated the KLHK Ministry DG Wiratno.
Walhi has made suggestions in response to Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan's plan to transform the capital into a Climate-Resilient City by 2030.
South Kalimantan Walhi Director Kisworo Dwi Cahyono asked President Jokowi not to blame the rainfall as the cause of floods in South Kalimantan.
Walhi demanded swift government response due to the widespread flooding that recently devastated South Kalimantan.
Walhi asked President Jokowi to find a replacement for Edhy Prabowo that is willing to revoke the lobster seeds export policy.
Walhi asks the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry to revoke the regulation on lobster seed export following the arrest of Minister Edhy Prabowo.
Walhi urged the government to stop the development project for the Komodo National Park (TNK) tourism area in Labuan Bajo
The Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) argues that the Job Creation Omnibus Law is the government's open support for investors.
The safety of environmental defenders and indigenous communities are increasingly under threat.
Police deny that the arrest on Laman Kinipan indigenous community chief, Effendi Buhing, has violated police procedures.
Walhi executive director openly opposed the statement made by Mahfud MD that the govt had managed to minimize forest fires in the past 4-5 years.
The Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) protested against President Jokowi's plan to create new rice fields in peatlands in Kalimantan.
Walhi deemed drafts of the job creation omnibus law reflected the poor commitment of President Jokowi on environmental preservation.
The Jakarta chapter of the Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) has blasted the central government for approving the Monas revitalization.
The deforestation rate in Aceh Province may have reached 35 thousand hectares (ha) in the last three years and will decrease further, says Walhi.
Walhi lamented the local government's response to recent issues on the contamination of eggs and tofu with dioxins from the burning of plastic waste.
The government should work harder to prevent environmental pollution and destruction instead of focusing on just discussing it, says Walhi.
Walhi highlighted the homework of environment and forestry ministry (KLHK) under Siti Nurbaya, including land and forest fires.