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Jakarta (Greeners) – Japan’s government is planning to dispose treated water from Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant to the ocean. Regarding that, BAPETEN, the Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency of Indonesia, considers […]
In Indonesia, only 9 percent of plastic waste is well managed. One of the most significant contributors to plastic waste comes from Bottled Drinking Water (AMDK). The problem is increasing, considering that bottled drinking water manufacturers still issue a new variant of plastic packaging, namely single-use gallons. Judging this product as a setback, two high school students initiate a petition to refuse single-use gallons.
The circular economy is an option to strengthen the economy without burdening the environment. In this perspective, waste has economic value through a series of management processes. Indonesia may have […]
Indonesia’s biodiversity holds billions of potentials for national development. Unfortunately, we can only absorb so little. Experts highlight the lack of public knowledge about plants, the lack of focus of […]
Throughout 2020, the global community has witnessed how the Covid-19 pandemic has been limiting humans’ social life. State authorities, health experts have come up with rules and adjustments to guide citizens’ safety during the pandemic. It is not only humans who experience changes during an epidemic. Animal conservation practitioners have also witnessed changes due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jakarta (Greeners) – Through a letter from the Minister of Agriculture on March 6, 1980, the government established the Komodo National Park conservation area. At that time, the Komodo National […]
Jakarta (Greeners) – The Paris Agreement dictates Indonesia to meet the target of reducing carbon gas emissions by 29 percent. The involvement of all parties is essential in meeting this […]
Farmers play an important role to ensure food sovereignty. Especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. Considering the disruption of the global food chain, the fulfillment of food in each country maximizes each country’s food potential. Even so, the Indonesian government has not made serious efforts to protect farmers.
Jakarta (Greeners) – The Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) confirmed the peak of La Nina in December 2020 to January 2021. The rise of La Nina in this period […]
After the government and DPR RI gave mining entrepreneurs a red carpet through the revision of the Minerba (Minerals and Coal) Law, now in the Job Creation Law, the government is selling out Indonesia’s natural resources for free through up to 0 (zero) percent royalty.
Jakarta (Greeners) – The Indonesian Center for Environmental Law (ICEL) notes that the Omnibus Law on the Job Creation Law (UU Cipta Kerja) does not adopt the principles of sustainable […]
Various non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are members of the Indonesian People’s Faction submitted a motion of no confidence over the Omnibus Law’s ratification.
The Indonesian bank giants fund sectors that are at risk of destroying forests. Three of the four banks are State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN).