Source: Mongabay Date: 16 September 2020  Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia [LIPI] menyoroti ancaman banjir di masa pandemi COVID-19. Potensi banjir di Indonesia sangat besar, sebab memiliki 5.590 sungai induk. Dari jumlah tersebut, ada 600 sungai yang berpotensi menimbulkan banjir.D...
Source: The Jakarta Post Date: 15 September 2020  The government has launched a new shipping route that will connect the modernized seaport in Selayar, South Sulawesi, with Surabaya in East Java.  The modernized Rauf Rahman Benteng Port saw its first shipment on Monday after being off...
Source: CNN Indonesia Date: 14 September 2020  Kepala Pusat Informasi Perubahan Iklim Badan Meteorologi, Klimatologi, dan Geofisika (BMKG) Dodo Gunawan menyebut kenaikan permukaan laut sudah dirasakan beberapa wilayah di Indonesia terkait dengan pencairan es Greenland. Indikasinya, ada beb...
Source: The Jakarta Post Date: 11 September 2020  The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), in collaboration with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), has launched a US$18 million project to provide access to solar power and clean water in remote parts of Indonesia and ...
Source: The Jakarta Post Date: 10 September 2020  The Semarang administration offered investors five infrastructure projects worth a total of Rp 17.13 trillion (US$1.15 billion) in a business forum opened on Wednesday, as it seeks to develop the Central Java capital amid the ongoing health...
Source: Tagar News Date: 10 September 2020  Di Indonesia saat ini terdapat 112 kabupaten atau kota di pesisir yang berpotensi mengalami banjir rob dan perlahan-lahan akan mengalami penurunan muka tanah. Di Pulau Jawa, wilayah yang paling terdampak adalah Pantura Jawa, yaitu Demak, Semarang...
Source: Reuters Date: 9 September 2020   Rapid population growth, lack of access to food and water and increased exposure to natural disasters mean more than 1 billion people face being displaced by 2050, according to a new analysis of global ecological threats. Compiled by the I...
Bilateral cooperation between Indonesia and the Netherlands The Government of the Netherlands (GON) through the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management and the Government of Indonesia (GOI) through its Ministry of Public Works and Housing (PUPR) have long-lasting cooperation on the water whi...
Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 2 September With 15 of 18 districts in Yogyakarta's Gunungkidul regency hit by drought, authorities estimate that more than 120,000 residents will experience a shortage of water.  "We have received requests for clean water supplies from 11 affected districts," Gunu...
Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 1 September 2020 Five villages in Rote Ndao regency in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) are suffering from clean water shortages as a result of extreme drought.  Deskiel Haning of the Rote Ndao Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) said the five villages were Holulai, Nentenae...
Source: Reuters Date: 1 September 2020  For the residents along Indonesia's Cisadane River, the coronavirus has brought not just deadly disease, but also a deluge of medical waste: a constant stream of syringes, face masks and hazmat suits floating by. The double threat for those who depen...
Source: ANTARA News Date: 27 August 2020  Indonesia is preparing anticipatory measures against extreme weather events as it is prone to hydro-meteorological disasters, such as flooding, landslides, and whirlwinds, in the rainy season and wildfires or severe drought during the dry season. R...
Source: The Jakarta Post Date: 27 August 2020  Several top food and beverages companies have established a new organization to ramp up their recycling efforts and reduce plastic packaging waste in Indonesia, which the companies commonly produce and usually ends up polluting the sea.  ...
Source: Katadata Date: 26 August 2020  The Indonesian government continues to promote the realization of a circular economy system. This system has the potential to realize sustainable and environmentally friendly development. Indonesia is in the midst of implementing a circular economy. T...
Source: Tempo.co Date: 24 August 2020  During the last five years, the number of national shipping fleets or ships in Indonesia has doubled. In 2015, the original fleet number of 16,142 vessels increased to 32,587 in 2019. Chairperson of the Indonesian National Shipowners' Association (INS...

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