Last Forest In Small Islands Of Indonesia

480 thousand hectares of sugar cane plantation area has planned to be opened in 770 thousand ha above on Aru islands. This discourse is threatening the existence of about 730 thousand ha of natural forest in the Aru Islands.

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The Last Rainforest in Aru Island Under Threat

A 480,000 ha sugarcane plantation has been approved on the Aru Islands. The islands are located in Maluku, and comprise a total of 770,000 ha, of which 730,000 ha remain natural forest.

Lake Exploration at Ciliwung Water Catchment Area – Bogor District (Kabupaten) 2013

Bogor, July 25, 2013. The government has set July 27th as the Day of National River. Ciliwung Institute and Forest Watch Indonesia urged the government and the party to be responsible for the destruction of the Ciliwung Watershed (DAS).

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Puncak Protected Area Exploration – 2012

Here are some pictures of the results from land use activity exploration that occurred in the Puncak Protected Area. Protected Protected Area was designated by Presidential Decree No. 54 Year 2008 on Spatial Planning Region Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi, Puncak and Cianjur.

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