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Welcoming The New CEO of WWF-Indonesia
It is with great pleasure to announce the appointment of Rizal Malik as the CEO of WWF-Indonesia.
When Values Can Change Food Systems
Food production, consumption and distribution systems need to change towards more sustainability.
Dingo Markus, Indonesia
True to his thoughts and conviction, Dingo has mobilized his community to initiate the restoration ...
Borneo Stands Up for Its Wildlife
Illegal wildlife trade is widespread in Borneo. Its amazing wildlife is highly sought after both ...
Palm Oil from the Consumers’ Eyes
Insights from RSPO Consumer Perception Survey
Bornean Orangutan Behaviour Changed During Haze
The haze which also reached and covered Orangutan habitat has forced them to leave their home
WWF Advisory to Buyers and Investors of Sinar Mas Group / Asia Pulp & Paper (SMG/APP)
SMG/APP and its pulpwood suppliers have a 30-years history of deforestation in Sumatra and ...
ESD Program Brings Bongan 010 School to be A Green School
How this school is transformed into a more environmentally friendly
Greening The Coast of West Borneo By Planting 5000 Mangroves
Planting 5000 mangrove in the village of Sand, district. Downstream Mempawah,collaboration between ...
WWF Comments on APP Peat Announcement
Will the future of peatland in Indonesia towards better?
ASEAN’s Banking Sector is Key Enabler to Achieve SDGs and Government’s Climate Change Target
Seven banks are voluntary committed in a sustainable financing initiative.
Eco-Label Production and Consumption Trend in Indonesia : Manufacturers’ Commitment to Provide and Markets’ Readiness to Buy
63% of Indonesian consumers are willing to take eco-label products despite the different in price