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How Learning from Indigenous Communities May Help Save Our Climate

Indigenous communities can offer ways to prevent climate disasters like the recent forest fires that ravaged parts of Australia.

by Grace O’Shannessy February 10, 2020
Produk-produk Unik Ramah Lingkungan yang Harus Kamu Coba

Selain sedotan “SJW” atau tas belanja sendiri, ada produk-produk keren ramah lingkungan lainnya yang harus kamu coba.

by Shafira Amalia October 25, 2019
Inisiasi Energi Terbarukan Untuk Masyarakat Sumba

Tersedianya akses listrik berpengaruh pada peningkatan akses pendidikan dan pekerjaan yang tinggi

by Magdalene June 26, 2019
Issues // Politics and Society
What We Can Learn from Climate Activist Greta Thunberg

Here are some things we can learn from 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg

by Risma Yunita April 26, 2019
Issues // Politics and Society
2018 Year of Reparation, 2019 Time to Tie Loose Ends

After a less-than-dramatic year, will there be some pleasant changes in 2019? our columnist reflects.

by Mario Rustan, Columnist January 8, 2019
Issues // Politics and Society
'Saya dan Keadilan': Ubah Paradigma Lingkungan yang Berpusat pada Manusia

Krisis lingkungan terus terjadi karena paradigma kita yang masih belum berorientasi pada keberlangsungan ekosistem.

by Camely Arta December 5, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
How Energy Supplying Programs in Remote Areas Can Have Exploitative Effects to their Beneficiaries

Well intentioned programs to help women in remote areas can have an exploitative effect without active and democratic participation of the beneficiaries in the planning and execution phase.

by Abdullah Faqih April 9, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
Fighting Climate Change the Solarpunk Way

How Solarpunk approach could be used in fighting climate change.

by Raisa Rifat March 27, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
Indigenous West Sumatran Women Protect Forest

In celebration of the International Day of Rural Women on October 15, here's a photo essay to highlight how indigenous women in West Sumatra work the fields and protect their forests at the same time.

by Uslaini Chaus, WALHI Sumatra and Global Forest Coalition October 19, 2017
Issues // Politics and Society
Forced Industralization Leave Women Impoverished

Forcing industrialization in areas whose economy relies on agriculture will result in impoverishment, particularly of women farmers, Komnas Perempuan and the Women of Kendeng have said.

by Ayunda Nurvitasari April 24, 2017