Sunday, 22nd October 2017
Environment

Indonesia, Norway commit to assure sea healthiness

6th October 2017
Indonesia and Norway have made commitment to jointly work to assure sea healthiness to reduce the impact of climate change on global sea condition, Indonesias minister of fisheries and maritime affairs Susi Pudjiastuti has ...
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  • Campaigners, experts to host conference on local wisdom to protect environment
    6th October 2017
    Groups of campaigners and experts will host an international conference on Indonesias diverse local wisdom to protect, as well as preserve, the environment and natural resources for future generations in the country, an activist ...
  • Indonesia, Norway commit to assure sea healthiness
    6th October 2017
    Indonesia and Norway have made commitment to jointly work to assure sea healthiness to reduce the impact of climate change on global sea condition, Indonesias minister of fisheries and maritime affairs Susi Pudjiastuti has ...
  • Renewable energy potentials reach 441.7 GW: Ministry
    5th October 2017
    The Indonesia Energy and Natural Resources Ministry has recorded renewable sources to generate power of up to 441.7 Gigawatts (GW), a report said here on Wednesday. The ministrys renewable energy and power conservation ...
  • Poaching of sumatran tiger remains rampant
    5th October 2017
    The poaching of Sumatran tigers (Panthera Tigris Sumatrae) on the island of Sumatra for trading remains rampant, following the apprehension of a man in possession of a Sumatran tiger skin in Jambi. Jambi Police and local ...
  • Two villagers survive crocodile attack in Riau
    2nd October 2017
    Two villagers of Sikakak Village in Riau Province survived a crocodile attack while taking bath in River Kuantan, police reported on Monday. Chief of Kuansing Police Resort Office Adjunct Senior Commissioner, Fibri ...
  • Meratus Mountains has smallest squirrel in the world
    25th September 2017
    The Meratus Mountains in South Kalimantan Province, which is a wet tropical forest, is home to one of the smallest squirrels in the world, a researcher from the Indonesian Biodiversity at Lambung Mangkurat University, ...
  • Two Rafflesia flowers bloom in Central Bengkulu
    25th September 2017
    Two flowers of the protected rare Rafflesia Arnoldii species have bloomed at different locations of Central Bengkulus protected forest. "One of them is already in bloom since four days, and the other has just reached its ...
  • Surabaya City calls on residents not to burn trash during dry season
    23rd September 2017
    The Surabaya City Fire Department, East Java, has issued a circular calling on city residents not to set fire to trash during the dry season this year. Chief of the fire department Candra Oeratmangun said here on Friday the ...
  • Indonesia on rhino emergency status
    23rd September 2017
    Indonesia is in Rhino emergency status after this protected animal habitat declined to three from eight locations which all are conservation areas. "We are racing against time to save Indonesian rhinoceroses, so that their ...
  • Maritime sector can overcome impact of drought: Activist
    22nd September 2017
    Various maritime resources can be utilized to help overcome the impact of drought in various regions, an activist stated. "Fish catch can help to cover the losses incurred in the agricultural sector due to drought," ...