Source: BisnisDate: June 17, 2021 Bisnis.com, SURABAYA - PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo) III has ensured that the multi-purpose terminal of Labuan Bajo Port in Wae Kelambu, West Manggarai, is ready to operate following trials that have been carried out since April 10. Pelindo III VP Corporate ...
Source: South China Morning Post Date: 11 June 2021 Human Rights Watch points out that weak governance in the forestry and plantation sectors is putting at risk Jakarta's pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissionsIt also found palm oil expansion led to land conflicts, some of which involved the remo...
Source: The Ocean Panel A healthy ocean is the foundation for vibrant economies. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, ocean-based industries were estimated to contribute 2.5 percent of world gross value added and over 31 million direct full-time jobs. However, as governments seek to reset and rebuild follo...
Source: ANTARADate: June 10, 2021 Jakarta (ANTARA) - Indonesia's Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry (KKP) has said it will develop environmentally friendly fishing ports in the country in cooperation with the French Development Agency (AFD). The cooperation in the environmentally friendly seapo...
Source: China Dialogue OceanDate: June 9, 2021 The UN has called marine plastic pollution "a slow-motion catastrophe", and a recent study found Indonesia to be the second largest contributor to it after China. Overconsumption of single-use plastic and bad waste management are largely to blame. Indon...
Source: The Jakarta PostDate: June 8, 2021 As we mark World Oceans Day today, somewhere in Indonesia's scenic coastal village of Pegagan on Madura Island, fishers such as Adaifah continue to work in one of the country's largest blue swimming crab fishing areas. With an eye of a librarian, she measur...
Source: AntaraDate: June 4, 2021 Penajam (ANTARA) - The Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) Ministry has readied infrastructure to support the supply of clean water in Sepaku Sub-District, North Penajam Paser District, East Kalimantan, to meet the new state capital's requirements. Assistant II fo...
Source: Energy Voice Date: 4 June 2021 The Indonesian Ministry of Finance has announced plans to introduce carbon pricing in an effort to help finance clean energy projects and boost tax revenues, as well as cut emissions, in Southeast Asia's largest economy. International oil companies, such as BP ...
Source: Surabaya Container Terminal (tps.co.id) Date: 3 June 2021  Surabaya (3/6), early June 2021, the operation of rail logistics transportation services that connect the Surabaya Container Terminal (TPS) with Kalimas Station will begin. This was done after the signing of a Memorandum of Unde...
 Source: Deutsche Welle Date: 2 June 2021 A few hundred meters from the village of Sopokomil in northern Sumatra, Indonesia, work is set to begin on a tailings dam for a zinc mine that experts say is a recipe for disaster. The site rests on unstable volcanic ash. The region is wet and regu...
Source: TempoDate: June 2, 2021 TEMPO.CO, Bandung - Flash floods hit Panyadap Village, Solokan Jeruk District, Bandung Regency. The incident on Tuesday, June 1, 2021, near midnight, quickly submerged dozens of houses, causing residents to flee to neighbouring houses. Several buildings were also dama...
Source: MongabayDate: June 1, 2021 Recent floods that hit the eastern part of Indonesia Borneo may have been exacerbated by massive deforestation for coal mines.There are as many as 94 coal-mining concessions in Berau district, which was hit by floodwaters as high as 2 meters (6.5 feet).Twenty of th...
Source: KompasDate: May 31, 2021 Rain in several areas in Indonesia may occur in the next week. Some regions need to be aware of floods. JAKARTA, KOMPAS - Tropical cyclone seeds grow in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, in the east-southeast of the Philippines. At the same time, Kelvin and Rossby wave...
Date: 28 May 2021Source: Vietnam Plus The Indonesian government will receive loans and grants worth over 11.92 trillion rupiah (836.7 million USD) in total through the Environmental Fund Management Agency to finance different projects on green energy and environment, according to local authority.Djo...
Source: The World Bank Date: 20 May 2021 Indonesia is battling one of the greatest environmental challenges of our time—marine plastic debris. To support the Government of Indonesia's efforts on combating plastic waste and marine debris and its leadership in implementing the agenda, a better underst...

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