WWF Indonesia office
WWF in Indonesia
WWF Indonesia Gedung Graha Simatupang Tower 2 Unit C 7 Floor Jl. Letjen TB. Simatupang Kav. 38 Jakarta Selatan 12540 Indonesia
+62 21 782 9461
+62 21 782 9462
WWF Conservation Projects in Indonesia
Forest Conversion Programme
The Forest Conversion Initiative (FCI) was conceived in 2001 with the goal of reducing conversion of high conservation value forests (HCVFs) and other...
Building Science Capacity in Bismarck-Solomon Seas and Fiji Marine Ecoregions
For almost 20 years, WWF has been working to protect critical marine species and habitats in the Western Pacific - the world’s richest area for marine...
Recovery and conservation of threatened macropods in Australia and New Guinea
WWF Australia is developing a Species Action Plan for threatened macropods of Australia and New Guinea, to guide recovery efforts with a view to ensur...
Latest Indonesia news
Brutal murder of villager sees NGOs suspend participation in APP consultations
WWF-Indonesia and other NGOs have pulled out of consultations activities with Asia Pulp and Paper ...
Elephant poachers caught red-handed in Indonesia
Ten years after the last poaching trial in Riau province, police apprehend ivory trafficking gang
WWF responds to ambitious APP plan for restoration and conservation of one million hectares
WWF cautiously welcomes the restoration and conservation initiative announced today by ...
WWF welcomes APRIL Sustainable Forest Management Policy
WWF has cautiously welcomed a Sustainable Forest Management Policy (SFMP) launched today by ...
Palm oil sustainability body boosts complaints handling, mapping requirements
WWF has welcomed a commitment to observe fairness, transparency and impartiality in the ...
Pulp and paper giant dodges deforestation probe
Greenpeace, the Rainforest Action Network (RAN) and WWF have claimed that pulp and paper ...
WWF calls for zero burn laws as hotspot analysis fingers pulp and palm oil industries
WWF has renewed calls for zero-burn policies to be enacted and enforced, as satellite ...
Sumatran rhino footprints found in Borneo
WWF-Indonesia has found fresh footprints resembling those of a critically endangered Sumatran rhino ...
APP suppliers pulping new bid for sustainability credentials in Kalimantan?
NGO observers have claimed that pulp timber suppliers to controversial paper giant Asia Pulp ...
New study reveals scale of persistent illegal tiger trade
Parts of more than 1400 Tigers have been seized across Asia in the past 13 years, according to ...