Friday, 29th July 2016
Environment
  • Large swathes of mangroves dead in Australia`s north: Scientist
    12th July 2016
    Large swathes of key mangrove habitat in Australias north have died due to impact of the severe El Nino weather system earlier this year that was exacerbated by climate change, potentially having large impact on Australias ...
  • Two whale sharks stranded on Nusa Penida coast
    4th July 2016
    Two whale sharks were found stranded on the shore of Nusa Penida Island, which is administratively a part of Bali, despite being completely separate from the island of God. "The whale sharks were stranded due to severe ...
  • New ways to lower investment risk seek to propel climate action
    1st July 2016
    As small-scale farmers around the world seek to cope with climate change by adopting drought-resistant crops or methods to capture and store water, finding the money can be a problem, and interest rates on loans are often ...
  • College students of Bengkulu province plant mangroves in Jenggalu Estuary
    30th June 2016
    Dozens of college students of the Bumi Rafflesia Student Association planted hundreds of mangrove, sea almond, and casuarina trees in the coastal areas of Bengkulu City, Bengkulu Province. "Mangrove planting is a testament ...
  • Government cancels G Island reclamation project
    30th June 2016
    The government officially cancels the G island reclamation project in the Jakarta bay saying development of the project was a serious offense.The reclamation project would endanger the environment , sea traffic and vital ...
  • Whale sharks seen in Gorontalo
    28th June 2016
    At least three whale sharks were seen in the waters near the Saronde Island of Gorontalo Province in the last two days. The director of PT Gorontalo Alam Bahari, Mia Amalia, said here on Tuesday that the whale sharks were ...
  • Lake Tamblingan can be developed into conservation-based tourist destination
    28th June 2016
    Lake Tamblingan in Buleleng District, Bali Province, has high potential to become a conservation-based tourist destination as it has scenic and natural panorama. "Tamblingan has dense tropical forest and has high potential ...
  • Manado holds consultative meeting on sustainable management of coral reefs
    28th June 2016
    As many as 61 countries, including Indonesia, are participating in a consultative meeting on the sustainable management of coral reefs being held in Manado, North Sulawesi Province. "The meeting will be held for two days on ...
  • WWF to help Biak manage maritime potentials
    22nd June 2016
    WWF Indonesia will help the Biak Numfor district administration manage the maritime potentials of Biak Island for the welfare of its people. "The presence of the WWF office on Biak Island is a realization of the ...
  • Marauding elephants kill one person, destroy crops in North Tanzania
    19th June 2016
    Three herds of elephants from the Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania have invaded several villages near the park, killing one person and destroying tens of thousands of farm crops, district authorities said on ...