Sunday, 23rd November 2014
Environment
  • Police find four of five rare monkeys stolen from British zoo
    4th May 2014
    British police have recovered four out of five monkeys, some from a critically endangered species, after launching a Europe-wide hunt for the creatures stolen from a zoo in northern England.Thieves took the monkeys - two female ...
  • 44 hotspots detected in Sumatra
    4th May 2014
    The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) 18 operated in Singapore detected on Saturday 44 hotspots in Sumatra, of which 14 were found in Riau province, a regional disaster mitigation official said. ...
  • Sweden sees lowest May temperature in 115 years
    3rd May 2014
    Sweden has been hit unexpectedly by icy weather throughout the country as the month of May starts. Brief snow struck Stockholm on Friday morning, and many cities endured freezing nights. Temperature in Vanersborg, a ...
  • Welfare and environment can be aligned: UNESCO
    24th April 2014
    Director of the UNESCO Office in Jakarta Hubert J Gijzen said welfare and environment can be aligned through sustainable development programs. "Revolution always aims to make people become prosperous. However, it can ...
  • BOS releases 12 orangutans to natural habitat
    18th April 2014
    The Borneo Orangutan Foundation (BOS) has released 12 orangutans from its rehabilitation center in Nyaru Menteng to their natural habitat in Central Kalimantans Bukit Batikap natural forest. In the meanwhile, the foundation ...
  • Satellite detects 44 hotspots in Sumatra
    18th April 2014
    The Terra and Aqua Satellites have detected 40 hotspots located in Sumatra Island, which were mostly found in Riau Province that had reached 20 areas.According to the Riau Regional Disaster Mitigation Agency received here on ...
  • 30.4 percent of Indonesia`s coral reefs damaged: LIPI
    17th April 2014
    The Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), through the Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program (COREMAP), stated 30.4 percent of Indonesias coral reefs are damaged and will have an impact on public welfare.Head of ...
  • East Nusa Tenggara fishermen save 20 dolphins
    16th April 2014
    A group of fishermen on Sabu island in East Nusa Tenggara province saved 20 dolphins which were washed ashore on Wuihebo beach on Monday, official has said. "Seeing the dolphins stranded on the beach, the fishermen managed ...
  • Indonesia promotes ecolabelling of fish products in developing countries
    15th April 2014
    The Indonesian government is facilitating a marine and fisheries product certification program for developing countries through the world fisheries conference held by The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) in Nusa Dua, Bali, on ...
  • Five Rafflesia arnoldii to bloom in Seluma, Bengkulu
    7th April 2014
    Five Rafflesia arnoldii flowers are going to bloom soon and two others are in full bloom currently in a forest located in Seluma district, Bengkulu province, Sumatra Island. "Now, two flowers are in full bloom and five buds ...