Wednesday, 4th May 2016
Environment
  • At least 100 thousand people expected to visit Ragunan Zoo
    1st January 2016
    The management of Ragunan Zoo located in South Jakarta has estimated that at least 100 thousand holidaymakers would visit the zoo on the first day of 2016. "Certainly, we have prepared adequate parking spaces and deployed ...
  • Monsoon begins to take toll on Indonesia
    19th December 2015
    Indonesia has been hit by changing climates of extreme degree. Monsoon began to take toll on the country when it barely recovered from the devastating impact of lengthy drought. Lengthy drought worsened by weather ...
  • President Jokowi discusses sustainable development goals with civil organizations
    17th December 2015
    President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) discussed sustainable development goals (SDGS) with a number of social civil organizations at the Merdeka State Palace on Thursday. Organizations that attended the meeting included the NGO ...
  • EU supports peatland recovery
    16th December 2015
    The European Union will support Indonesia in recovering and managing the peat land that had burnt by providing Rp300 billion in 2016. EU Ambassador to Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam Vincent Guerend said in Kayuagung, South ...
  • Industries must meet environment-friendly guidelines: VP
    16th December 2015
    Vice President Jusuf Kalla has made it mandatory for industries in Indonesia to meet all environment-friendly guidelines in order to become green industries in 2016. "All industries should attain the level required in ...
  • Indonesia not dependent on international agenda: Environment minister
    15th December 2015
    Indonesia is not depending on international agenda when it comes to preserving its environment, Minister of Environment Siti Nurabaya said here on Monday. "With or without international agenda, we must ensure preservation ...
  • UN Climate talks to last an extra day into Saturday: Fabius
    11th December 2015
    Talks on a global accord to combat climate change are taking longer than planned to overcome disputes and will last an extra day into Saturday, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Friday. He told French BFMTV ...
  • EU holds climate change concert for Indonesia`s younger generation
    7th December 2015
    The European Union (EU) held a concert in Jakarta on Sunday to raise awareness among Indonesias younger generation in the face of climate change, according to EU Ambassador to Indonesia Vincent Guerend. "I want Indonesias ...
  • Mt. Qomolangma gets warmer: Report
    7th December 2015
    Mount Qomolangma, known in the West as Mount Everest, is getting warmer in the past 50 years, according to a report released on Sunday. The glaciers in the Mount Qomolangma area have been shrinking remarkably, which leads ...
  • 21st COP encourages use of renewable energy
    7th December 2015
    The ongoing 21st Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework of Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Paris is encouraging the use of renewable energy by adopting 15 collective initiatives from governments, ...