Oxfam’s Grow campaign policy coordinator, Riza Bernabe, has said ASEAN can help small-scale farmers and fisherfolk in Southeast Asian countries to become resilient to climate change by reproducing

The Environment and Forestry Ministry’s deputy for environmental damage control and climate change, Arief Yuwono, said the government may issue another presidential instruction (Inpres) to extend a

The Sumatran tiger conservation group, Forum Harimau Kita (Our Tiger Forum), has proven that storytelling could effectively raise public awareness of the needs of the endangered species.

China will ban unofficial weather forecasts starting Friday, as citizens criticised the government for further encroaching on a seemingly harmless hobby.

Floods inundated thousands of homes in Surakarta, Central Java, and hundreds of others in neighboring Yogyakarta province on Thursday after rain drenched the regions overnight from Wednesday aftern

Unilever Indonesia records strong growth in first quarter

A moratorium on land conversion begun during former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s administration in 2011 has not yet been effective to save peat forests in Riau, as slash and burn practices

Singapore at the end of this century is expected to be hotter, and have more extreme weather fluctuations.

A study carried out by researchers from Mulawarman University in Balikapapan, East Kalimantan, has found unsafe concentrations of heavy metals like lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd), copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn

The North Sulawesi provincial administration has launched an investigation into illegal logging and forest conversion implicating officials and private individuals, including a German national.