A 6.4-magnitude earthquake rocked Lombok and Sumbawa islands on Sunday at 6:47 a.m. local time, killing at least 10, including a Malaysian.
Air pollution in 14 provinces across Thailand is much higher than World Health Organisation (WHO) safe limits, Greenpeace revealed Monday in a shock report.
Pollution and a decreasing amount of forest have damaged Bogor's environment and severely degraded the city’s groundwater, which is now in a critical state, an official said on Monday.
While facing serious problems with poverty in vast areas of the nation's less-developed cities, the government is confident in sharing its zero slum target by 2019 at the upcoming global meeting on
The percentage of the Indonesian population living below the poverty line decreased by 2.11 percent to 28.01 million people as of March, 2016, compared to March 2015, according to data provided by
Singapore's move to go after companies linked to fires in Indonesia that led to last year's haze is not an issue of sovereignty or national dignity, said a Ministry of the Environment and Water Res
Singapore has raised concerns over transboundary air pollution at a United Nations ( UN ) meeting involving some 120 environment ministers in Africa last week, the Ministry for the Environment and
The director of UN humanitarian operations warned Tuesday that 7.6 million people in conflict-torn Yemen face severe food shortages and are "one step" from famine.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo stressed the importance of marine sustainability and called for better and comprehensive international regulations to address marine pollution on Tuesday.
Flooding caused by heavy downpours and overflowing rivers has inundated several regions on Sumatra, leaving at least one person dead and forcing thousands to leave their homes.
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