Conservation and environmental news & publications: Indonesia
TNC - WWF Alliance Newsletter, No. 4, August 2005
Introducing the Javan rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus annamitcus)...
The Javan rhino is probably the most threatened large mammal species in the world, and it is on ...
Indonesian government should prosecute those involved in forest fires
WWF calls on the Government of Indonesia to prosecute companies that are involved in setting forest ...
World's largest oil palm plantation could spell disaster for upland forests of Indonesian Borneo
Plans to create the world’s largest palm oil plantation in Kalimantan along Indonesia’s mountainous ...
Tiger bone seizure in Taiwan highlights continued poaching threat
In the largest ever single seizure of tiger bone in Taiwan, customs authorities confiscated over ...
1048 new PowerSwitch! activists in Indonesia
Celebrating the efficient use of energy in a Jakarta shopping mall: WWF Indonesia recruits more ...
Indonesian NGOs call to stop clearcutting natural forests in Sumatra
While the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry is reviewing the validity of Industrial Timber Plantation ...
Scores of marine turtles entangled in Indonesian nets
Following the deaths of some 140 marine turtles drowned in nets off Indonesia's Panjang Island, WWF ...
Borneo Adventure - Tracking the Pygmy Elephants
See GPS tracking of pygmy elephants for the first time..
Orang-utans and gibbons under threat by trade in Indonesia
Orang-utans and gibbons are still traded and kept as pets in Java and Bali despite having been ...