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Nadine Freischlad

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.

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?

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

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

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