President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo handed over 37 decrees of social forestry, a total of 8,617 hectares, to 5,459 families in eight districts of West Java province.
Laode Muhammad Syarif, deputy chief of Corruption Eradication Commission, said that gratification in the form of endangered animal needs to be investigated.
Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs, Luhut Pandjaitan, encourage all participants of the 2018 Our Ocean Conference to collaborate to protect oceans.
The 2018 Our Ocean Conference had managed to gain 287 commitments worth of US$10.7 billion and 14 millions square kilometers of Marine Conservation Areas.
Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Susi Pudjiastuti, praised the 2018 Our Ocean Youth Leadership Summit, in conjunction with the 2018 Our Ocean Conference, in Bali, stating that youth has important roles to protect and develop oceans.
Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Susi Pudjiastuti and Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi with thousands of people participated in beach clean up in Kuta beach of Bali, to celebrate Youth Pledge Day.
Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Susi Pudjiastuti encourages redefinition of ocean management at the 2018 Our Ocean Conference, in Bali.
Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Susi Pudjiastuti, said on Friday (21/09/2018), that Indonesia’s fish production trend has increased every year resulted from improving monitoring system of fisheries.
Ministry of Environment and Forestry will issue two new forest managements, — Reduce Impact Logging (RIL) and Silviculture Intensive (SILIN) — to keep up with the evolution of technology.
As one of the largest waste contributors with 8,000 tons per day, DKI Jakarta will start to built waste to energy power plant in Sunter, North Jakarta, in December 2018.
A senior official of Coordinating Ministry of Maritime, said on Thursday (06/09/2018) that as 90 to 95 percent of domestic waste of Citarum river has been cleaned up, it will be focusing on drilling industrial waste water pipes, in Jakarta.
A green group, Binor Green Community, submitted a protest letter to Ministry of Environment and Forestry, on thousands of damage coral reef in Binor village, East Java, caused by coal transportation.