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"The problem we face when we extinguish fire is water availability. Now, training and support coming in the form of hydrant is an effective way to prevent fire" ...
There are 10,2 million poverty-laden individuals residing inside forest areas ...
Indonesian Council of Ulama (MUI) finally announced a fatwa concerning forest burning. This fatwa is created due to urgent demand coming from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) ...
Two officials paid a visit to Bengkalis to observe and discuss the revitalization of land in Riau committed by its local communities.

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  • "Local communities - particularly the poorest and most vulnerable - in Indonesia need to be better equipped with skills and knowledge to adapt to the effects of climate change"


    Christophe Bahuet
    UNDP Indonesia Country Director
  • "We also stated that we support the REDD approach and it has been included in the final text of the Paris Agreement"


    Siti Nurbaya Bakar
    Ministry of Environment and Forestry
  • "We have to protect the forest in order to keep it well, because we live in the forest"


    Betulus
    Announcer/Forest People
  • "The choices this country (Indonesia) makes on its development path will have a bearing on global climate change, and will have a huge impact on Indonesians and people around the world."


    Douglas Broderick
    UN Resident Coordinator
  • "We are open to the idea of Indonesia to promote green growth and REDD+. The important thing is how Indonesia will reach the goal"


    Stig Traavik
    Ambassador of Norway to Indonesia

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    Pemerintah Menggandeng Norwegia Untuk Mengatasi Kebakaran Hutan

    Sumber: .NET12

    United Nations Development Programme - 2016