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Green activists vow to keep fighting Indonesia dam project that could wipe out rare ape

A hydroelectric plant in Sumatra threatens the rainforest habitat of the Tapanuli orangutan, the world’s rarest great ape. Activists accuse a Chinese bank financing it of ignoring China’s green development guidelines.

27 Mar 2019 - 7:30AM

A hydroelectric plant in Sumatra threatens the rainforest habitat of the Tapanuli orangutan, the world’s rarest great ape. Activists accuse a Chinese bank financing it of ignoring China’s green development guidelines.

Green activists vow to keep fighting Indonesia dam project that could wipe out rare ape
In Indonesia, cleaning up the Citarum, ‘the world’s dirtiest river’, is now a military operation

In Indonesia’s West Java, the Citarum is now the military’s problem, but with the polluters providing many of the region’s jobs, is a sustainable solution within reach?

8 Jan 2019 - 12:00PM

In Indonesia’s West Java, the Citarum is now the military’s problem, but with the polluters providing many of the region’s jobs, is a sustainable solution within reach?

In Indonesia, cleaning up the Citarum, ‘the world’s dirtiest river’, is now a military operation
How Indonesia’s media-savvy miners became tourist attractions, turning sulphur into selfies

Indonesia’s largest sulphur mine is inside an active volcano and its miners risk their lives to harvest the yellow rock. It has turned into such a popular photo spot for tourists that many miners have quit to become tour guides

12 Apr 2018 - 11:01AM

Indonesia’s largest sulphur mine is inside an active volcano and its miners risk their lives to harvest the yellow rock. It has turned into such a popular photo spot for tourists that many miners have quit to become tour guides

How Indonesia’s media-savvy miners became tourist attractions, turning sulphur into selfies
The dogs fighting wild boars in illegal pits in Indonesia, and the activist trying to put a stop to it

Villagers in West Java defend pitting dogs against boars in crude arenas as training for hunts and part of community tradition. Our correspondent witnesses disturbing scenes and talks to dog breeders who’ve quit the sport

28 Feb 2018 - 10:37PM

Villagers in West Java defend pitting dogs against boars in crude arenas as training for hunts and part of community tradition. Our correspondent witnesses disturbing scenes and talks to dog breeders who’ve quit the sport

The dogs fighting wild boars in illegal pits in Indonesia, and the activist trying to put a stop to it
Bali businesses struggle to convince tourists it's safe amid volcanic eruption

Tourist industry in holiday island's poorest district, in northeast, hit hardest by Mount Agung’s eruption, which has spewed ash kilometres into the air

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Tourist industry in holiday island's poorest district, in northeast, hit hardest by Mount Agung’s eruption, which has spewed ash kilometres into the air

Bali businesses struggle to convince tourists it's safe amid volcanic eruption