SIGAP has now been replicated in other villages.
Merabu Village, Kelay Sub-district, has become an attractive natural tourism destination in Berau District.
Mangrove is extremely important to sustain the biodiversity of coastal areas.
Savu Sea, East Nusa Tenggara, is home to six out of seven sea turtle species in the world.
In philosophical term, Kerima’ Puri also means a collective attempt to realize an everlasting forest.
CV Indotropic is committed to supporting sustainable capture fishery initiative in Indonesia.
The declaration is a first milestone that hopefully serves as an example to other limbo in Barata Kahedupa.
Seaweed cultivation in Tablolong and Oelolot Villages officially began in July 2017.
The correct survey method will generate the most useful data for area management.
Working with Nethope, Inc., TNC plans to distribute 1,700 smartphones installed with SIGAP 2.0 app in East Kalimantan.
Introducing environmental issues from an early age to children through education is more important than ever.
With this status RIL-C methodology can be implemented worldwide.
The conservation efforts began with training for monitoring and evaluation of turtle nesting beaches on the island of Rote.
TNC has developed an approach called Inspiring Actions by Communities for Change or SIGAP.
The visit of Norway’s Minister of Climate and Environment Vidar Helgesen, to Merabu, Berau, East Kalimantan (4-5 February 2016).
PT. Gunung Gajah Abadi obtained certification from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) in December 2015.
Finally Kupang Regency joined other districts in East Nusa Tenggara province to create Marine Conservation Forum (MCF).
The monitoring was conducted in 16 no-take zone regions around Kupang, Rote, Sumba, Manggarai, and Sabu regencies.
Customary institutions as the guardian of local wisdom provide life guidance to the community including on how to manage natural resources in the territory.
TNC started 2016 with the Adopt-A-Reef, a campaign to support coral reef protection in Indonesia.
East Kalimantan is a leader and global example in efforts to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable development model for countries with tropical forests.
To celebrate World Orangutan Day on August 19, The Nature Conservancy launched a special webpage dedicated for the global campaign of orangutan conservation.
Monitoring conducted in Kofiau in 2014 spotted 17 sharks in one dive spot.
The regent of Timor Tengah Selatan established the Timor Tengah Selatan Marine Conservation Forum following the formation of similar forums in East Nusa Tenggara province.
Disasters and climate change are hot topics these days considering that Indonesia is an archipelago that is vulnerable to disasters and the impacts of climate change.
To develop the tourism sector in the Raja Ampat Regency, the Raja Ampat Culture and Tourism Agency and a leading telecommunication operator developed “One Gate System Visitor Management” that is based on information technology.
Natural resources conservation and community-based management efforts received strong support from East Kalimantan government.
Nahdathul Ulama (NU) through LAZISNU also take on an active important role in conservation effort by working with JALA (Fishers Community Group) in Tanjung Batu, Derawan Island, Berau Regency, East Kalimantan.
In order to support the government in developing strategies and plans for the utilization of marine resources in a sustainable manner, a marine conservation forum (MCF) is to be established in all regencies of East Nusa Tenggara Province.
The Regional Coordination Meeting on East Kalimantan’s improved environmental management in Berau in February 2015 was an important milestone in the Province’s development direction.
Wehea is one of the important Bornean orangutan conservation areas in East Kalimantan.
TNC has developed a social process to garner the participation of local communities that is simple and innovative.
Religious group has an important role in organizing and raising awareness of their member in preserving the nature.