Gain a deeper understanding of the media coverage of the energy transition in Southeast Asia! ...

Deaths and accidents have triggered changes of heart among illegal loggers in Jember and Banyuwangi, East Java, who are now working hard to protect forests. ...

Once illegal loggers, villagers in Jember and Banyuwangi have started to look to alternate sources of income to prevent further destruction of Meru Betiri forest, one of the last tropical rainforests in Java. ...

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Communities in four Southeast Asian countries — Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia and the Philippines — have been leading efforts to protect and restore degraded forests and return their function of storing emissions amid the climate crisis. ...

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Stay at home orders have resulted in dramatic increases in air quality, but two Southeast Asian capitals are missing out. ...

Globally, Southeast Asia is one of the most vulnerable regions to climate change. In just the past few months alone, the region has already experienced a typhoon in the Philippines, two tsunamis in Indonesia, and a tropical storm in Thailand. ...

“Kalaupun kesepahaman tidak ketemu sampai selesai negosiasi. Maka dari kalimat Pasal yang akan dipenggal akan menjadi agenda pembahasan di (COP) CBD15.” ...