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    Latest News:

    Wakatobi Opens Registration For Undersea Photo Contest The Tourism and Culture Service of Wakabobi district, South East Sulawesi, is now opening registration for participants of an undersea photo contest. ...


    Wakatobi To Have Coral Reefs Conservation School Known for its beautiful and highly diverse coral reefs found nowhere else on earth, Wakatobi is Southeast Sulawesi`s abiding stake in the world`s cora...


    Mayors From Six CTI Countries Gather in Wakatobi A number of regents and mayors from six countries of Coral Triangle Initiative (CTI) began a round table meeting at Wakatobi, Southeast Sulawesi provi...


    New Research Finds Mangroves Key To Climate Change New research shows that mangroves store exceptionally more carbon than most tropical forests, but they are being destroyed from coastlines at a rapid ...


    Strong, Shallow Earthquake Hits Eastern Indonesia A strong and shallow earthquake hit eastern Indonesia early Monday, sending residents, hotels guests nd patients from a hospital fleeing in panic. Som...


    Another tremor jolts Kendari Another tremor, measuring 5.2 on Richter scale shook Kendari, in Southeast Sulawesi, on Monday at 7.25 a.m.. The epicenter of the quake was situated 1...


    Earthquake Sulawesi (Indonesia) : Hundreds of Houses Damaged + People Injured The local police in the hardest hit area is trying to convince the people to return to their houses and tell them NOT to panic for the aftershocks. Th...


    Kendari Woman Survives Jump From Third Story During Earthquake A woman - panicked by an earthquake - jumped from the third story of a building here Monday morning but was found alive with only a spinal injury. Fai...


    Indonesia’s Sulawesi Hit by Two Earthquakes; Buildings Damaged Indonesia’s Sulawesi island was struck by two earthquakes 18 minutes apart early today, causing minor damage to buildings and no reported injuries, ...


    RI Wetlands Integral in Climate Battle Protecting wetlands will contribute significantly to the fight against climate change because of wetlands’ ability to store carbon, experts say. Mat...


    Indonesia's Carbon-Rich Wetlands Essential Because of their potential for storing carbon, Indonesia's wetlands -- which include mangroves and freshwater peat forests -- are integral in the figh...


    Indonesia Wet Lands Key warrior against climate change Because of their potential for storing carbon, Indonesia's wetlands -- which include mangroves and freshwater peat forests -- are integral in the figh...


    Saving mangroves, improving village economy Huge mangrove areas disappeared from Jungut Batu due to massive wood extraction. Villagers used to chop down mangrove trees to make fire for cooking a...


    Mangrove Forest Conservation Needed to Overcome Climate Change Indonesia should prioritize mangrove forest conservation as a way to overcome climate change, a researcher has said. "Mangrove forest conservation sho...


    Study: Mangroves Are Vital Carbon Store The world's coastal mangrove forests are capable of storing more carbon than almost any other forest on Earth, U.S. government scientist say. Research...


    Oil Palm, Mining Wastes Biggest Polluters in 2010 Wastes from oil palm plantations and mining operations were the greatest polluters of the environmet in 2010, the Indonesian Forum for the Environment...


    Corruption is a major cause of poverty Corruption is both a major cause and a result of poverty around the world. It occurs at all levels of society, from local and national governments, ci...


    Seaweed Processing Plant Needed In Southeast Sulawesi Southeast Sulawesi`s provincial government is planning to build a seaweed processing plant, local maritime and fisheries office spokesman Abdul Salam ...


    Southeast Sulawesi Deer Population Dwindles The population of deer (Cervus timorensis) in the Rawa Aopa Watumohai National Park (TNRAW) in Southeast Sulawesi has declined significantly in the la...

     
     
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