Indonesian government must start thinking realistically and focus on investing in renewable energy that is safer, cheaper, and cleaner for the country and its future.
Some of the world’s best known consumer brands are fueling climate change by sourcing palm oil and wood pulp linked to Indonesian forest fires.
Unilever, Mondelez, Nestle, and Procter & Gamble (P&G), and top palm oil traders including Wilmar are buying palm oil from producers linked to thousands of fire hotspots in Indonesia this year.
ASEAN leaders have a great opportunity to end transboundary haze once and for all, by taking real action and implementing an existing regional agreement.
No sanctions have been given to the ten palm oil companies with the largest areas of burned land from 2015 to 2018, new Greenpeace Indonesia mapping analysis revealed.
IKEA Foundation has committed $10 million over the next three years (2019 - 2021) to support the ecosystem of entrepreneurs and accelerators addressing Indonesia’s energy access and renewable energy challenges.