China’s Environment Ministry Finds Patchy Progress on Water and Soil Pollution

  Efforts to tackle water pollution in China remain uneven with some areas worsening in 2016, while heavy metals and other pollutants continued to accumulate...

Indonesia: Calls for firing forestry minister Siti Norbaiti increase

  Environment and Forestry Minister, Siti Nurbaya Bakar deemed she does perform well in dealing with  European Union countries which plan to boycott Indonesian forestry...

Indonesian Parliament: New EU peat regulation has negative domino effect

  Much to the delight of the foreign NGOs the new EU peat swamp regulations is triggering a trade war and sours bilateral relationships between...

Indonesian government caught APP red-handed

  Three top officials from the Indonesian Ministry of the Environment and Forestry have caught red-handed the first perpetrator of peat violations since the issuance...

There’s Another Story to Tell About Climate Change. And it Starts with Water

  In this time of reckless US action, it’s crucial to shift the narrative beyond despair over fossil fuels and look at water as a...

Greenpeace: Indonesian government accuses NGO’s creating fake news

  A press release posted on the Greenpeace website (Mar 29) claims that an unannounced inspection by the Indonesian Ministry of the Environment and Forestry of logging concession PT...

Downstream from a Coal Mine, Villages in Indonesian Borneo Suffer from Water Pollution

  Residents say the Santan River in East Kalimantan, once a vital source of clean water, has been severely degraded by a coal mine. “The Santan...

Watch Sea Shepherd Ship Sail with Megapod of Dolphins

  On Feb. 25, while patrolling the waters of the Gulf of California for Operation Milagro III, the M/V Sam Simon sailed through a megapod...

Public No Longer trusts NGOs

  Rustam Ibrahim, NGO observer revealed that public trust on NGOs is still low. “Public trust toward NGO is the lowest. It’s below the trust...

Significant Declines in Colorado River Flows Likely to Continue as Temperatures Rise

  A new study suggests that Colorado River flows have already declined due to rising global temperatures and are likely to experience further declines in...
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