Learning Ground for the Young Water Leaders As the urgency and complexity of water and other climate-related problems in Indonesia are increasing dramatically, educating the next generation of water and climate leaders is a priority for Indonesia, now and in the coming years. One of the best ways to...
Source: The Fish SiteDate: April 28, 2021 Circular shrimp ponds are increasingly being used by small-scale farmers and entrepreneurs in Indonesia, where they are also receiving government backing. Indonesia is one of largest shrimp producers in Southeast Asia. Initially, in the 1980s, black tiger pr...
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...
Welcome to the Indonesia Water Challenge 2019! With over 17,500 islands make up the nation, which is flanked by the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Indonesia has a rich history of trade across seas. However, Indonesian ports have underperformed mainly due to poor infrastructure. Shortcomings in maritime ...
A 7.0-magnitude earthquake rocked the island of Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) on Sunday, just a week after a 6.4-magnitude quake hit the same area. It also followed two quakes that occurred earlier on Sunday, a 5.6-magnitude one on the Mentawai Islands, West Sumatra, and a 5.2 one on the island o...
Source: Asia Sentinel Although Indonesia's water resources account for almost 6 percent of the world's water or 21 percent of the Asia-Pacific region's total water resources, the country faces a worsening crisis over access to clean water for its 266.7 million people. Part of the problem, critics sa...
​Source: Business Insider Date: 22 March 2018 ​In honor of World Water Day, the Directorate General of Water Resources, the Ministry of Public Works and Housing of the Republic of Indonesia presented a series of nature-based solutions program. Aiming to ensure sustainable water use without imposing ...
During World Water Day on Thursday, several Jakartans went to City Hall and took a shower there. They were protesting against water privatization in Jakarta, which they said had failed to improve public access to water. They demanded that water management be returned to the public, as part of a glob...
Bunaken National Park (BTNB) urged divers, both local and foreign, at Bunaken Island, North Sulawesi, to plant coral following years of accumulated damage. According to the park's announcement letter, dated March 2, the efforts aim to expand coverage of the coral and increase the quality of diving i...
Source: detiknews A ​total of 2,831 households (Head of Households) in four villages at Tamiang Hulu sub-district, Aceh, are experiencing a clean water crisis due to the lack of water resources and scarce rain. Head of Aceh Tamiang​ Disaster Mitigation Agency (Bada...
Source: New York Times Date: 12 December 2018 A tsunami of human-made troubles in the Indonesian capital poses an imminent threat to the city's survival. And it has to deal with mounting threats from climate change.​ Rasdiono remembers when the sea was a good distance from his doorstep, down a hill....

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