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Conservation Camp Greening Pinrang’s Coastal Area with 1,800 Mangroves
Garda Mangrove’s programs joint action in planting mangroves seedlings, supported by PT. Bomar and ...
Releasing Sea Turtles, Releasing Threats to Marine Ecology
After being kept for a year by the residents, four sea turtles were released into their habitat.
Local Communities in Alor Record the Garbage Found at Kadelang Beach, 62.7% of Them Are Soft Plastic
Citizen Science Network in Alor Regency will collect waste data in 8 points in every sub-district.
Alor Starts Its Coastal Waste Data Collection Through Citizen Science Network
Starting a waste data collection in the coastal area of Alor.
Flashback 2018: PT Mega Marine Pride and Whiteleg Shrimp Aquaculture Improvement Program
Since joining Seafood Savers in 2017, PT Mega Marine Pride is carrying out an improvement program ...
Maintaining the Continuation of Glass Eel Fisheries in Indonesia
The role of business playrs and government is important for a responsible glass eel aquaculture.
Tracing the Origin of Glass Eel Fry from Sukabumi, West Java
Indonesian glass eel is a favorite in Japan, this is a step to conserve it.
Serious Threat of Hunter Snares
The snare is indeed a simple device, but this simple device is a serious threat to the population ...
Panthera tigris sondaica, the Indonesian Tiger
European researchers actually simplified the classification of existing tiger subspecies.
Preserving Nature, Carrying Out Obligations to God
Protect the environment and maintain the balance of the ecosystem is our obligation to God.
New NGO Coalition Report Highlights APP's Continued Involvement in Deforestation Despite its Zero Deforestation Commitment
Sinar Mas Group’s Asia Pulp & Paper (SMG/APP) continues to be involved in deforestation.
Eight National Banks and WWF-Indonesia Launch the ‘Indonesia Sustainable Finance Initiative’ (ISFI)
Eight national banks in Indonesia together with WWF-Indonesia, launched the ‘Indonesia Sustainable ...