Clean water and sanitation are essential for human life. Each person requires at least 20 to 50 liters of clean water each day for drinking, cooking, and hygiene. Unfortunately, half of the world population still lacks access to clean water and sanitation. The more dire condition can be felt in conf...
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 11 April 2020​ ​Amid the current pandemic and in the absence of effective vaccines and antiviral drugs, preventive measures are essential to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Numerous scientists, health professionals, officials, teachers and parents are tirelessly remindi...
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 23 March 2020 ​We are feeling the devastating impact of climate change daily on a global scale and this threat continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. The United Kingdom experienced its wettest February on record last month, with several regions experiencing rainfa...
​Source: CNN IndonesiaDate: 28 February 2020 Jakarta, CNN Indonesia - Global temperatures and sea levels continue to rise every year resulting in coastal cities experiencing devastating floods. Some cities have even sunk because of rising sea levels that are slowly reaching their shores. Others are ...
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 13 February 2020 A hydropower plant project in the Batang Toru ecosystem in South Tapanuli, North Sumatra, has been lauded for its future role of supplying electricity to the supposedly underpowered province and helping curb the country's greenhouse gas emissions. Howe...
Minggu yang lalu, tepatnya tanggal 17-19 Juli 2019, saya berkesempatan berkunjung ke Jakarta, untuk menghadiri acara tahunan pameran dan expo industri air dan pengolahan limbah. Untuk saya, momen tersebut termasuk yang saya tunggu selama tiga bulan bergabung dengan tim Indonesia Water Portal (IWP). ...
The Indonesian capital of Jakarta is home to 10 million people but it is also one of the fastest-sinking cities in the world. If this goes unchecked, parts of the megacity could be entirely submerged by 2050, say researchers. Is it too late? ​It sits on swampy land, the Java Sea lapping against it, ...
Source: Tribun Jateng ES smiles when he heard the news that Demak has become a not investment-friendly area in Central Java. With 24 years of running a business in Demak, he's well aware of business situation in the area. He revealed that investment in Demak grows slowly due to disparate vision betw...
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: 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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