In August, Indonesia received USD 103.78 million from the Global Climate Fund (GCF). Executive Director of Madani Berkelanjutan Foundation, Muhammad Teguh Surya, argues that the fund needs to be prioritized to reduce deforestation and degradation at the site level.
Ministry of Environment and Forestry announces success to reduce deforestation rate in 2018, which is lower than targeted under Nationally Determined Contribution or NDC, the national document to reduce greenhouse gas emission.
Green activists held protests on Wednesday (06/03/2019) following Minister of Environment and Forestry’s decision to move down the status of Kamojang and Papandayan mountains from nature reserve to nature recreation park.
Jakarta (Greeners) – To tackle on deforestation issue in the country, governors of six provinces which account for 58 percent of Indonesia’s forest areas, held a meeting with donors, embassies […]
Jakarta (Greeners) – Internet and its network has widen sumateran tiger trading networks around the globe, NGO says. Forum Harimau Kita, an endangered Sumateran tiger conservation NGO, Monday, (29/7/2013), said […]