Source: The Jakarta PostDate: October 18, 2021. Both at home and abroad, plastic waste is a mounting problem that is not going to disappear on its own. The United Nations estimates that 8 million tons of plastic is dumped into the ocean worldwide each year, with Indonesia contributing upward of 600,...
Source: TEMPODate: October 15, 2021. TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The new Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Representative to Indonesia, Rajendra Aryal, presented his credentials to the Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi on September 13. At th online meeting, he rea...
Climate change has become a significant challenge in the modern world. What is its impact on water, and how should we react towards it? Click the right button to read more! Infographic by: Keylin Vindyra (The Water Agency)
Source: ANTARADate: October 14, 2021. Jakarta (ANTARA) - The governments of Indonesia and South Korea continue to bolster cooperation in the maritime sector through a bilateral meeting here, Wednesday. Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan held a bilateral...
"You are the future of the Rinjani-Lombok Biosphere Reserve and UNESCO Global Geopark. Without the engagement and leadership of young people, Biosphere Reserve and UNESCO Global Geopark research Rinjani-Lombok will not be possible." Moh. Djelid, Director and Representative UNESCO Jakarta Office. Wor...
Source: ANTARADate: October 4, 2021 Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara (ANTARA) - The disaster mitigation office (BPBD) of Sikka District in Flores Island, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) Province, has supplied clean water to 70 villages reeling from a water crisis triggered by a drought. "As many as 70 villages, ...
Source: ANTARADate: September 30, 2021 Jakarta (ANTARA) - Indonesia continues to realize the global commitment to preserving water resources ahead of the G20 presidency in 2022, Environment and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar stated at the virtual High-Level Dialogue on Water on Wednesday. Acco...
The world is changing – and it is changing fast. The emergence of modern technologies and rapid shifts in social, economic, and political aspects have increased the urgency to adopt more sustainable methods of living. As a new set of challenges come to the fore, it seems necessary to think ahead ins...
We are reaching to the end of the series! Here's some interesting facts about biosphere reserves located in the beautiful Nusa Tenggara islands! Not to show special favouritism, but pssst.. expect to hear more about the last biosphere reserve on UNESCO Water Resilience Challenge 2021 through Indones...
Borneo is said to be one of the most biodiverse places on the planet, being home to an estimated 15,000 different plant species. Here's some facts about Kalimantan's biosphere reserves! Click here to see Biosphere Reserves in Nusa Tenggara!  Infographic by: Keylin Vindyra (The Water Agency)
Press release: Friday, 10 September 2021 - 10.00-12.00 CET/15:00-17:00 WIBFor more information, please e-mail: [email protected] Due to concerns over the massive flooding in the Jakarta area, a group of researchers and multidisciplinary professionals in collaboration with the Indonesian Embassy in...
The world's eleventh-largest island in the world has 5 biosphere reserves in it, what are they? Click on the right button to read more! Click here to see Biosphere Reserves in Kalimantan! Infographic by: Keylin Vindyra (The Water Agency)
Now on to the Island of Golds! Supporting a wide range of vegetation types that are home to a rich variety of species, what about biosphere reserves located in Sumatra? Click on the right button for more!   Click here to see Biosphere Reserves in Sulawesi!  Infographic by: Keylin Vind...
Source: New Straits TimesDate: September 20, 2021 THE INDONESIAN government hopes to groom 1,000 new entrepreneurs in the fisheries sector three years from now. This was revealed by Marine and Fisheries Product Competitiveness director general Artati Widiarti, according to the Antara news agency. Th...
Source: CNN IndonesiaDate: September 17, 2021 Jakarta, CNN Indonesia - Floods submerged three villages in Gorontalo Regency, Gorontalo Province on Friday (17/9) afternoon. A total of 275 families (KK) with a total of 929 residents were affected by the flood. The three flooded villages were Tolite Vi...

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