Conservation and environmental news & publications: Indonesia
TNC - WWF Alliance Newsletter, No. 5, December 2005
Tracking pygmy elephants in Borneo
The same satellite system used by the US military to track vehicle convoys in Iraq is helping WWF ...
One year after the Tsunami: Building back the right way
One year after the Southeast Asian tsunami, reconstruction is finally under way. But some of the ...
Environmental security in a post-tsunami world
WWF International Conservation Programme Director Chris Hails writes on environmental security in a ...
Aceh reconstruction brings threat of landslides and flash floods
With the major reconstruction phase about to begin in Aceh following the 2004 tsunami that killed ...
PT Falak Jaya Furnitama Joins Indonesia Forest & Trade Network
Indonesian garden furniture manufacturer commits to responsible purchasing of forest products and ...
Mysterious carnivore discovered in Borneo’s forests
WWF researchers may have discovered a new, mysterious carnivore species in the dense, central ...
Illegal timber trade in Europe driving global forest loss and poverty
A new WWF report shows that unless urgent action is taken by the European Union, the illegal timber ...
Tagging pygmy elephants in Borneo
There’s an elephant less than six metres in front of me and yet I can’t make out any part of her in ...
Community Fisheries Certification Workshop takes place in Southeast Asia
The WWF Community Fisheries Program hosted a Southeast Asia regional workshop in October ...