100 Companies Responsible for 71% of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Lukas Schulze | Getty Images JAKARTA, BERITALINGKUNGAN.COM – A report issued by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) recently revealed that only 100 out of hundreds of thousands of companies worldwide are responsible for 71% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that have led to global warming since 1988. The report highlights the crucial role of […]

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Humanitarian Aid From Indonesia Arrives in Sudan, Bringing New Hope for Peace

PORT SUDAN, BERITALINGKUNGAN.COM – In an effort of international solidarity, humanitarian aid from the Republic of Indonesia Government has arrived in Port Sudan on Thursday (4/3), after a flight of over 10 hours. Using a Garuda Indonesia Airbus A330-200 aircraft, this aid, accompanied by an Indonesian delegation, was warmly welcomed at Port Sudan International Airport […]

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Humanitarian Aid from Indonesia Arrives in Egypt to Support Palestine

CAIRO, BERITALINGKUNGAN.COM – Humanitarian aid from the Indonesian government for Palestine arrived at Cairo International Airport, Egypt on Thursday (4/4) at 10:00 AM local time. The humanitarian aid arrived in Cairo after a flight of approximately 12 hours using a Garuda Indonesia aircraft type A330-900, which also carried an Indonesian delegation for the humanitarian mission. […]

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BRIN Initiates Comprehensive Study on the Baribis-Kendeng Fault Line Heading Towards Jakarta

The Baribis Fault is said to have the potential to cause an earthquake to hit the southern part of Jakarta. JAKARTA, BERITALINGKUNGAN.COM– In a significant move to preempt potential geological disaster risks that could affect the metropolitan area, the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) has embarked on a proactive study of the Baribis-Kendeng fault […]

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Rafflesia Blooms Herald Eid al-Fitr Celebrations in Agam

LUBUK BASUNG, BERITALINGKUNGAN.COM – In a splendid natural gift coinciding with the Eid al-Fitr 1445 Hijriah celebrations, the Agam District in West Sumatra has been graced by the blooming of three Rafflesia arnoldii flowers in the Batang Palupuh area, Palupuh Subdistrict. This rare occurrence adds to the festive atmosphere as the community prepares to celebrate […]

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Indonesia’s Deforestation Hits 257,384 Hectares in 2023, Kalimantan Most Affected

JAKARTA, BERITALINGKUNGAN.COM – A recent report by Auriga Nusantara has revealed a significant surge in deforestation across Indonesia in 2023, with a total of 257,384 hectares (Ha) of land being cleared. This marks an increase of 26,624 Ha from 2022, which saw 230,760 Ha of deforestation. According to the data released, Kalimantan emerged as the […]

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The area of ​​Riau’s forest and land fires reaches 2,830 hectares

JAKARTA, BERITALINGKUNGAN.COM- The National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) noted that the area of ​​forest and land fires in Riau has reached 2,830 hectares. BNPB Head of Data, Information and Public Relations Center, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, said there are still a number of hot spots to date. “In Riau karhutla is still happening despite our ongoing […]

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Six baby Komodo will be returned to their habitat on Flores Island

KUPANG, BERITALINGKUNGAN.COM- Six baby komodo secured by East Java Regional Police investigators will be returned to their habitat on Flores Island, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT). “The results of coordination with Polda investigators and the East Java Center for Natural Resources Conservation (BBKSDA), six baby dragons confiscated by investigators will be brought back to their habitat,” […]

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Conservation International Welcomes West Papua as the First Conservation Province in the World

On Wednesday, March 21, 2019 the DPRD of West Papua Province has passed the Special Regional Regulation (Perdasus) for Sustainable Development, which makes West Papua the first conservation province in Indonesia even in the world. The newly approved West Papua Sustainable Development Province places sustainable development and conservation at the forefront of every economic and […]

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Satellite Sees Tropical Cyclone Savannah Moving Away from Indonesia

Tropical Cyclone Savannah continued to move in southerly direction in the Southern Indian Ocean and move away from Indonesia. NASA-NOAA’s Suomi NPP satellite provided a visible image of the storm. Savannah is no threat to land areas. Savannah formed on March 14 as Tropical Cyclone 19S and once it strengthened into a tropical storm it […]

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