JAKARTA – “Through time to time, our forest is experiencing a lot of serious treats due to a lot of irresponsible actions made by humans. If these treats are not being handled well, it will impact our environment, economy, and our health"
The training that is held by UNDP REDD+ in Bogor on 21st-22nd December, 2015 has a purpose to construct educational materials Community Based Forest Fires Management (CBFFM).
Pekanbaru – 100 judges, clerks, and assistant clerks joined Peatlands Fires Training and Implementation of Guidance to Number Cases about Environment. This event was held in Pekanbaru, on 17th- 18th December 2015.
Ministry of Environment and Forestry worked together with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) through REDD+ program to empower citizen journalism through a training conducted at Basko Hotel on November 23rd-26th 2015.
Land and forest fire in 2015 has become a wake up call for the society about the importance of sustainable peatland management. To enhance the community's role in this regard, UNDP collaborates with the Provincial Forestry Agency.
Now, there is an increase in number of environment-related legal disputes that are submitted to court. This trend has been going on for years. A new and special case numbering is necessary to differentiate environment-related legal disputes with...
One of the effective collaborations between the government and its people in managing forest and land fire comes in the form of construction and the normalization of canal blocks.
Indonesia’s haze disasters impact many regions including the neighboring countries. The air pollution level due to the haze has passed the threshold of danger.
Forest and land fires regularly occur every year. The worst fire so far happened in 2015 which severely affected the society, the economy, and the environment.
CBFFM training will be held by cooperating with The Directorate of Forest and Land Fire Control and Center of Education and Training for Human Resources from The Ministry of Environment and Forestry.
The process to integrate Sipongi system and KMS is currently underway, along with provision of softwares and hardwares to upgrade the existing system.
Infrastructure developments such as building canal block, small water canals, and boreholes and widening waterways are going to be carried out in Riau, Central Kalimantan, and Jambi in order to wet peat lands.
Forest and land fires in 2015 have put the government of Indonesia in national and international media spotlight due to its huge adverse impacts. The direct impacts included health problems, agricultural failures, transportation problems and...