Friday, 29th May 2015
Environment

Pertamina to start work on blue sky gasoline project in October

21st May 2015
State owned energy company PT Pertamina will break the ground to mark the start of work for its Cilacap blue sky gasoline (PLBC) project in October 2015. Processing director of Pertamina Rachmad Hardadi said the PLBC ...
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  • Pertamina to start work on blue sky gasoline project in October
    21st May 2015
    State owned energy company PT Pertamina will break the ground to mark the start of work for its Cilacap blue sky gasoline (PLBC) project in October 2015. Processing director of Pertamina Rachmad Hardadi said the PLBC ...
  • WWF fears trade of bird of paradise
    15th May 2015
    International non-governmental organization devoted to nature conservation, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), is concerned about the bird of paradise (Paradisaeidae) trade that is prevalent in Papua. The bird of paradise is ...
  • BMKG reveals 28 hotspots across Sumatra Island
    7th May 2015
    The Meteorological, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) announced that 28 hotspots have been detected across Sumatra Island, including seven in Riau Province on Thursday. "Based on the satellites monitoring on May 7, ...
  • Indonesian largest producer of breeding fishes
    5th May 2015
    Indonesia is one of the largest producers of aquaculture in the world, Aquaculture Director General Slamet Soebjakto said. In 2014, Indonesias production of aquaculture reached 14.52 million tons and it hopes to continue ...
  • Six hotspots detected on Sumatra Island
    5th May 2015
    Six hotspots indicating forest and plantation fires were detected on Sumatra Island, according to the Pekanbaru Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency. Most of the hotspots were detected in Riau province by the ...
  • China says climate change threatens major projects
    4th May 2015
    Climate change threatens some of Chinas most important infrastructure projects, Chinas top meteorologist warned in a state newspaper, adding the countrys rate of warming was higher than the global average. Zheng Guoguang, ...
  • Tanzania loses 80% of forest in Eastern Arc Mountains: WWF
    3rd May 2015
    World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the worlds leading conservation organization, said on Sunday that Tanzania has lost about 80 percent of forests in the Eastern Arc Mountains. "Current estimates showed that little more than ...
  • Activists to rehabilitate coral reefs in Tikus Island, Bengkulu
    21st April 2015
    Several students and environmental activists of the Youth Care Forum from Bengkulu (FPPB) will undertake a coral reef rehabilitation program in Tikus Island, Bengkulu, to commemorate Earth Day 2015."We are going to carry out ...
  • Forest preservation, Orang Rimba survival should happen simultaneously: Solberg
    16th April 2015
    The preservation of Jambi forest should go hand in hand with the survival of the Orang Jambi tribal community, emphasized the Royal Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg. "I felt very sad after learning about the condition ...
  • Salat Nusa Island to be transformed into new orangutan habitat
    6th April 2015
    The Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) Foundation plans to make Salat Nusa Island in Pulang Pisau district, Central Kalimantan province, a new habitat for orangutans that cannot be released in the wild. The island is an ideal ...