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(Indonesian) Tim Sukses Calon Presiden Kurang Komprehensif Memecahkan Masalah Lingkungan

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Forestry R&D Successfully Cultivates Dipterocarpaceae

Wood exploitation from dipterocarpaceae that economically high, have been decades occurred in Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. The Data from the Ministry of Forestry (Kemenhut), for Meranti wood (Shorea spp.) shows, it rises in average production of 14% per year to meet the needs of the market, such as construction and industrial raw materials. These needs […]

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Pride Encourages Sustainable Fishery In Six National Parks

Rare Indonesia said they succeeded encourage the change of fishermen behaviour to support sustainable fishery in Indonesia. By promoting no-take-zone. The Program is run in cooperation with the Ministry of Forestry (Kemenhut), Ministry Of Marine Affairs&Fisheries and several other institutions. A Program called Pride has been conducted since 2001 by Rare Indonesia and its partners. […]

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Deforestation In Indonesia Is More Severe Than Brazil

Indonesia is now the state with the highest deforestation rates in the world and goes beyond Brazil. Although the government has issued a moratorium on deforestation in May 2011, in fact, deforestation in Indonesia is growing rapidly instead. Not surprisingly, Indonesia has now become the third largest producer of gas emissions in the world. Read […]

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    The Degenerate of Javan Lutung Population in Malang

    07/18/2014 clip SIEJ Ekuatorial

    The population of Javan Lutung (Trachypithecus auratus) on the slopes of Mount Arjuna, Malang, East Java was decreased according to a monitoring from Protection of Forest and Fauna or Profauna. This is occur due to constriction of Lutung habitat caused by the widespread of fields and farms. Survey by Profauna in January-July of 2014 found […]

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    Cops Nab Alleged Turtle Smuggler in Bali

    07/17/2014 clip Tempo

    Police foiled an alleged attempt to smuggle rare green turtles from Bali’s mainland to nearby Serangan Island on Tuesday — the latest arrest in a string of turtle smuggling busts to hit the popular tourist destination, as reported by Antara News. A 56-year-old man, identified as Sangkalan, was arrested early this morning after police officers […]

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    Rain in Yogyakarta Due to Philippines Tropical Storm Effect

    07/15/2014 clip Kabar Kota

    The Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics (BMKG) Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta estimating, rain in the dry season which occurs in Yogyakarta lately, is the influence of the tropical storm in Philippines. The storm affects the weather in the province due to changes in wind direction, wind direction turned from the east to the north. At this turn, […]

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    Jakarta Post: Bali Island Powerless for Three Hours

    07/15/2014 clip Submitted news

    Bali experienced a three-hour total blackout on Saturday evening following a technical issue on one of the extra-high voltage power lines (SUTT) in the Banyuwangi grid in East Java. The Bali office of state electricity company (PLN) reported that the SUTT unit, located in Situbondo, near Banyuwangi, was struck by lightning during a downpour on […]

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    Jakarta will Develop 17 Reclamation Islands

    07/14/2014 clip Atjeh Link

    Jakarta Capital City will soon be equipped with 17 artificial islands that stretches along the Bay of Jakarta as far as 32 ​​km. The existence of this project will require a lot of soil and sand material to build a new island to a total of 5,100 hectares. Head of Sub Directorate of the Directorate […]

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    Red Alarm from South Konawe’s Sea

    07/11/2014 clip Suara Kendari

    Fishermen in South Konawe coastal, Southeast Sulawesi, has felt the impact of climate change. Data from Department of Marine and Fisheries of South Konawe in collaboration with Indonesia Marine and Climate Support (IMACS) in ten villages shows a trend of climate change has a serious impact on the income level of the fishermen. In addition, […]

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