Jakarta (Greeners) – As Central Kalimantan province is getting strong to be Indonesia’s new capital city, regional administration ensures that infrastructure and facilities will not be in peatland areas, said […]
Jakarta (Greeners) – Following decline air quality in the capital city, Jakarta, a citizen lawsuit was filed by the Initiative for Clean Air Coalition against DKI Jakarta administration. The lawsuit […]
Jakarta (Greeners) – Ministry of Environment and Forestry and Customs on June 14 have witnessed re-export of five containers of waste belong to PT. Adiprima Suraprinta to its origin country, […]
Jakarta (Greeners) – Amid torrential rain caused by atmosphere activity, Madden Julian Oscillation, had resulted to floods in Sulawesi, early this month, said Indonesia’s climate agency, or BMKG. Kadarsah, chief […]
Jakarta (Greeners) – Ministry of Environment and Forestry have sealed illegal landfills in several areas for the last two months. On May, the ministry’s law enforcement team had sealed illegal […]
Ministry of Environment and Forestry’s investigators sealed illegal landfills which have been operating at least 30 years in Bogor district of West Java.
Recent demonstration over election results on May 22 which led to mass riots in Jakarta had resulted to public facilities damages and a total of 110 tons of waste in MH Thamrin road and its surrounding areas.
During mudik 2019, Ministry of Health will focus on health services for drivers, especially those driving more than four hours. In addition, the ministry will also open health consultation for bus companies to push work safety and security attitude.
Approaching Eid Al-Fitr 2019, Ministry of Health and its agencies set up 6,047 health facilities on mudik (public exodus) routes on seven days before and seven days after the holidays.
Indonesian Institute for Sciences or LIPI and relevant ministries will map out hotspots of animal-borne diseases or zoonoses in Indonesia.
BPOM and DKI Jakarta police took action on food distributors in South Jakarta on May 16-17 with 190,000 coffee sachets of Pak Belalang allegedly changed its expiry dates, with economic value reaches to Rp1.4 billion (US$97,438).
During Ramadhan Month and ahead of Idul Fitri, Indonesia’s Food and Drug Agency or BPOM, reminds public on illegal food products as the agency had confiscated at least 170,000 products from 796 distribution facilities.
Following President Joko Widodo visit to East Kalimantan, one of the candidates as new capital city of Indonesia, Minister of National Development Planning/National Planning Agency, Bambang Brodjonegoro, said not to worry about massive deforestation in the island as the planning will be based on green city concept.