March 23, 2023
Indonesian Parliament Passes Emergency Jobs Regulation
By Sebastian Strangio
The regulation, which intends to make Indonesia a more attractive destination for foreign investment, has been staunchly opposed by unions and environmental groups.
January 18, 2022
Nusantara Gets the Nod as Indonesia Names Its New Capital City
By Luke Hunt
Construction of the new capital is to begin this year with an eye-watering budget of $35 billion.
December 22, 2021
Development and Conservation Clash at Indonesia’s Komodo National Park
By Victoria Milko
New development efforts pit hopes for more tourists against concerns about damaging the very same environment that draws them.
November 23, 2021
Indonesia’s Participation at COP26
By Noto Suoneto and Gracia Paramitha
From deforestation to coal use, Indonesia was in the spotlight during the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
October 14, 2020
Indonesia’s New Omnibus Law Trades ‘Green Growth’ for Environmental Ruin
By Phelim Kine
The new legislation will do irreparable harm to Indonesia's environment. It could well turn away foreign investors, too.
January 02, 2020
30 Dead, Thousands Caught in Flooding in Indonesia’s Capital
By Associated Press
While waters have begun to recede, the death toll has climbed to 30 and thousands have been left displaced.
September 16, 2019
Oil Spilling Into the Java Sea
By Agoes Rudianto
In July, oil began bubbling to the surface of the Java Sea and washing ashore, slicking beaches black.
August 17, 2019
The Oil Spill in Indonesia Will Cost PT Pertamina
By I Ketut Dharma Putra Yoga
This is the second oil spill involving PT Pertamina in the last two years, and the legal consequences will be serious.
June 01, 2018
Indonesia’s Looming Energy Challenges
By Septia Supendi
As the country heads to elections next year, assessing progress of the government’s energy policies will be key.
May 25, 2018
The Untold Story of Indonesian Deforestation
By Muhammad Beni Saputra
What’s happened to Indonesia’s forests?
April 28, 2018
Indonesia’s Citarum: The World’s Most Polluted River
By Dikanaya Tarahita and Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
April 18, 2018
Sumatra's Magic Mountains
By Gregory McCann
In Sumatra, animism lingers alongside Islam. That combination could be wildlife's best chance for survival.
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