Source: MongabayDate: 22 February 2021 Produksi sampah di Indonesia secara umum bisa mencapai angka 64 juta ton dalam setahun. Jumlah itu termasuk produksi sampah plastik yang di antaranya ada yang berpotensi bocor masuk ke wilayah laut, danau, dan sungaiWalau prosentasi potensi kebocoran hanya menc...
Source: CNADate: 22 February 2021 The Indonesian capital of Jakarta could see more flooding and landslides this week as the meteorology agency predicted rains of moderate to heavy intensity to sweep through the city over the next few days. The rains will primarily hit Jakarta in the evening and last...
Source: ANTARA NewsDate: 18 February 2021 The Ministry of Environment and Forestry said it is keen to support the waste management sector and help strengthen the implementation of circular economy in Indonesia. "Waste management has been one of the most resilient business sectors during the COVID-19...
Source: Tempo.coDate: 18 February 2021 The disposable face mask waste is a new problem in the society amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, especially in the household level. The team of researchers from the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) is figuring out the solution to the matter by recycling disp...
Source: Jakarta GlobeDate: 15 February 2021 After a year of bushfires, floods, and drought, the Australian agricultural industry is on the road to recovery. One of the countries that will play a major role in helping heal this industry is Australia's biggest neighbor, Indonesia. Several factors may ...
Source: ANTARA News Date: 11 February 2021 The increase is related to the application of health protocols during the pandemic. Clean water needs in Indonesia rose two- to three-fold during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to under normal conditions, according to a survey conducted by the Indonesi...
Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 9 February 2021 Floods, heavy rain and power outages led people to evacuate their homes in parts of Indonesia's capital on Monday, with the conditions -- worsened by the La Nina weather pattern -- expected to continue until March or April.  More than 1,000 people i...
Source: Cabinet Secretariat of The Republic of Indonesia Date: 26 January 2021   President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has called for extraordinary measures to tackle the global impacts of climate change.  According to the President, enormous impacts of these changes are very real, part...
Source: Tempo.co Date: 26 January 2021  The Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan targeted the mangrove rehabilitation program will be started on 150,000 hectares (ha) of land in 2021. It was conveyed in the coordination meeting on the accelerati...
Source: Mongabay Date: 15 January 2021  Wacana pengurangan sampah plastik 30% pada 2025 mendapat tantangan dengan meningkatnya volume plastik saat pandemi COVID-19.Sejumlah penelitian menyebut meningkatnya volume belanja online dan antar makanan jadi salah satu penyebab.Penyebab lain adala...
Source: ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Date: 22 January 2021  Key points: Indonesia's meteorology agency has warned of a potential increase in natural disasters up until MarchActivists say deforestation and environmental destruction contribute to disasters in IndonesiaIndon...
Source: Tempo.coDate: 20 January 2021 The Aceh Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBA) reported that hundreds of residents were forced to flee as the flooding hit East Aceh Regency following a heavy downpour. Houses in a number of Gampongs or urban villages were inundated. "Due to high-intensity rain, the...
Source: CNN Indonesia Date: 19 January 2021  Insiden banjir yang menggenangi 10 kabupaten/kota di Kalimantan Selatan mengundang perdebatan dan gemuruh protes dari aktivis dan pegiat lingkungan hingga warga internet di jejaring sosial. Sebuah gambar peta deforestasi di Pulau Kalimantan dari...
Source: Reuters (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Date: 18 January 2021  Deadly floods across parts of Indonesia are a stark reminder of the climate change risks facing the Southeast Asian nation, environmentalists said on Monday, urging the government to be more ambitious in its efforts to cut...
Source: The Jakarta Post Date: 7 January 2021  The ocean is indeed a great value to the world. The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the Global Change Institute, University of Queensland and Boston Consulting Group estimated the economic value of the ocean at US$24 trillion in 2015, which ...

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