Wednesday, 1st October 2014
Environment

Indonesia-US committed to overcome illegal fishing practices: Minister

25th September 2014
The government of the Republic of Indonesia and the United States of America are committed to overcome the illegal fishing practices in Indonesian waters, Maritime and Fisheries Affairs Minister Sharif Cicip Sutardjo said here ...
Other Latest News
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    30th September 2014
    The Living Environment Board (BLH) of the regency of Barito Utara, Central Kalimantan plans to dig 120 holes to cope with the threat of possible flooding when rainy season comes.The holes called bio pore holes would be dug in ...
  • Rapid mangrove loss results in hefty economic losses: UN report
    30th September 2014
    Mangroves are being destroyed three to five times faster than the average rate of forests loss, causing emissions which cost billions of dollars annually, according to a new report launched by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) ...
  • Indonesia-US committed to overcome illegal fishing practices: Minister
    25th September 2014
    The government of the Republic of Indonesia and the United States of America are committed to overcome the illegal fishing practices in Indonesian waters, Maritime and Fisheries Affairs Minister Sharif Cicip Sutardjo said here ...
  • UNDP lauds Indonesia`s REDD+ efforts
    25th September 2014
    The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has appreciated Indonesias REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation) efforts in maintaining the condition of its forests. "UNDP commends the Government ...
  • Need better interstate cooperation to fight climate problems: Yudhoyono
    25th September 2014
    Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono emphasized the importance of enhancing the cooperation between countries to tackle the global climate problems. "We must double our efforts to cooperate with countries to ...
  • JAAN wants no dancing monkeys in Indonesia by 2016
    24th September 2014
    Concerned about their wellbeing, animal welfare group Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN) wants Indonesia to be free of "dancing" monkeys by 2016. "Circuses commit violent acts against animals," Chief of JAAN Benvika said on ...
  • VP Boediono calls for preventive measures against forest fires
    24th September 2014
    Vice President Boediono has called on the Indonesian National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) to intensify preventive measures against forest fires. "I ask the National Disaster Mitigation Agency to prioritize ...
  • Trinidad and Tobago urges collective action on climate change
    24th September 2014
    Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday urged collective action from all mankind to fight climate change which the countys prime minister called was "the greatest environment threat of this century." "The greatest environment threat ...
  • Satellite detects 187 hotspots in C. Kalimantan
    24th September 2014
    NOAA-18 Satellite has detected 187 hotspots of forest and plantation fires across Central Kalimantan Province on September 24. "187 hotspots have been detected in all the districts in Central Kalimantan Province, and the ...
  • Indonesian army makes 2.9 million bio-pore holes
    24th September 2014
    The Indonesian defense unit comprising the Military Area Command VII/Wirabuana, the Air Force Operational Commands II, and the Navy Main Base VI Makassar have made 2,957,557 bio-pore holes to commemorate the 69th Indonesian Army ...