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22: Religious groups as environmental activists

  2024-02-12 (or before) in Elgaronline from Edward Elgar Publishing

We first recall counterexamples where religion is used to exclude poor people from access to nature, e.g. high-caste Hindus consider rivers as sacred and simultaneously exclude Dalits from water use. We also recall the strong links between European Christianity and coloniality. Moreover, religion does not always mean organised religions with scriptures and clergy. In human societies, the difference between natural entities and anthropomorphic or zoomorphic religious beings is not clear cut. Snowed mountain tops are worshipped as Apus in the Andes. In India many Indigenous villages conserve sacred groves. In this thematic chapter...

  Tagged under: Rivers | Mexico | Religion | Indonesia | Africa | Activism

Indonesia fire haze pushes Singapore air quality into unhealthy range - Times of India

  2023-10-07 (or before) in Times of India

Environment News: Air quality in parts of Singapore hit unhealthy levels on Saturday as winds brought haze from Indonesian forest fires to the city-state, its environme

  Tagged under: Trees | Indonesia

Indonesia's forest fires flare up after a four-year hiatus

  2023-10-07 (or before) in YouTube

Indonesia is battling a surge in major forest fires this year – and locals are ill-equipped with their buckets and DIY tools. Even though some parts of Indon...

  Tagged under: Trees | Indonesia

Indonesian Fires Return in 2023

  2023-10-06 in NASA Earth Observatory

Dry conditions brought on by El Niño likely intensified the 2023 fire season, following several years of relative quiet.

  Tagged under: Indonesia

Indonesia’s tropical Eternity Glaciers could vanish within years, experts say

  2023-08-25 in The Guardian

El Niño weather pattern could accelerate melting, leading to sea level rise

  Tagged under: El Niño | Sea Level | Indonesia

Burning mangrove trees for a living: 'I'd quit tomorrow if I could' - BBC News

  2023-08-15 (or before) in The BBC

Indonesia's mangrove forests are being felled to make charcoal - locals say they have to make a living.

  Tagged under: Trees | Indonesia

Green funds in Indonesia were spent clearing forests for biomass

  2023-06-01 by in Climate Home News

Millions of dollars in green funds were spent reviving a project by Indonesia's Medco group, which cleared rainforests in Papua.

  Tagged under: Deforestation | Trees | Indonesia | Finance

To mine EV minerals, industry turns to dangerous refinery technology - Washington Post

  2023-05-21 (or before) in The Washington Post

Indonesia is richly endowed with nickel, but refining it for electric vehicle batteries poses a daunting environmental challenge.

  Tagged under: Minerals | Indonesia

3 reasons why plastic is leaking- Plastic Bank

  2023-04-28 in

Minutes to read: 6 minutes Photo by melis82 on Envanto Indonesia, the world’s largest archipelago, is known for its stunning beaches and marine biodiversity. However, it has received another undesirable distinction – ranking as the third largest ocean plastic polluter in Southeast Asia and the fifth in the world, according to the World Population Review1,

  Tagged under: Oceans | Indonesia

Revealed: most of EU delegation to crucial fishing talks made up of fishery lobbyists

  2023-04-26 in The Guardian

Europe accused of ‘neocolonialism’ for using vassal small island states to sway policy and continue ‘disgraceful plundering’ of distant waters

  Tagged under: Pacific Ocean | Africa | Fish | Wildlife | Indonesia

Scientists prove clear link between deforestation and local drop in rainfall

  2023-03-01 in The Guardian

Study adds to fears Amazon is approaching tipping point after which it will not be able to generate its own rainfall

  Tagged under: Deforestation | Extreme Rainfall | Rainforests | Amazon Rainforest | Brazil | Africa | Trees | Indonesia | Tipping Points

Despite billions to get off coal, why is Indonesia still building new coal plants?

  2023-02-06 (or before) in Inkl

World leaders recently announced a $20 billion deal to help get Indonesia off coal power. But there are doubts about the deal, because — for one thing — the country is building brand new coal plants.

  Tagged under: Coal | Indonesia

What Is the Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch?

  2023-01-31 (or before) in Sustainable & Eco Friendly eCommerce Packaging | SR Mailing

The Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch is considered by many to be one of humanity’s biggest crimes against the planet – and really, just the name of it gives away the horror of what it actually is, considering the size of the Pacific Ocean. We talk a lot about what can be done to save the planet here at SR Mailing, and that’s because we’re absolutely passionate about it! The fact that there is so much to be done, and that there is so much that we can all be doing in our daily lives that can help us to save planet Earth from global warming and climate change. The issue, of course, is much, much bigger than...

  Tagged under: Microplastics and Nanoplastics | Oceans | Greenhouse Gases | Climate Change | Pacific Ocean | Methane | Fish | Rivers | Whales and Dolphins | Wildlife | Economic Growth | Great Barrier Reef | Coral Reefs | California | South America | BP | Sea Level | Indonesia

Indonesia pushing for OPEC-style nickel cartel - Asia Times

  2023-01-26 by in

Indonesian Minister of Investment Bahlil Lahadalia suggested that Indonesia is looking into forming an OPEC-style cartel for nickel and other inputs used

  Tagged under: Indonesia

Exclusive-Lula pushes Brazil-Indonesia-Congo COP forest alliance if elected

  2022-09-02 (or before) by in

By Lisandra Paraguassu BRASILIA (Reuters) - Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's aides are reaching out to Indonesia and the Democratic Republic of Congo to form a united front of countries with the most tropical rainforest at thi...

  Tagged under: Congo | Rainforests | Brazil | Trees | Indonesia

ExxonMobil - Aceh, Indonesia | Cohen Milstein

  2022-08-03 (or before) in

Cohen Milstein represents eleven Indonesian citizens suing ExxonMobil Corporation for human rights abuses allegedly committed by ExxonMobil’

  Tagged under: Exxon | Indonesia

‘Relentless’ destruction of rainforest continuing despite Cop26 pledge

  2022-04-28 in The Guardian

Tropics lost 11.1m hectares of tree cover in 2021, including forest critical to limiting global heating and biodiversity loss

  Tagged under: Deforestation | Congo | COP26 | Rainforests | Brazil | Africa | Wildlife | Cattle and Dairy Farming | Trees | Indonesia

‘We are afraid’: Erin Brockovich pollutant linked to global electric car boom

  2022-02-19 in The Guardian

Exclusive: Investigation uncovers evidence of contaminated air and water from one of Indonesia’s largest nickel mines

  Tagged under: Electric Cars | Cars | Indonesia

Why the COP26 climate summit won’t save the planet

  2021-10-27 in Politico

Efforts to stop warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius may already have slipped away.

  Tagged under: Global Warming | Joe Biden | COP26 | Coal | Climate Change | Indonesia

Rich Nations Hatch Plan for $100 Billion Climate Aid

  2021-10-24 (or before) in Bloomberg

Rich nations have fallen short of their 2009 pledge to collectively deliver $100 billion annually to help poor countries confront climate change, shift to clean energy and build resilience.

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Russia | Indonesia

Sun Cable: World’s biggest solar and battery project expands again, gets Indonesia approval

  2021-09-23 in Renew Economy | News and analysis for the clean energy economy

Sun Cable expands to a solar project of up to 20GW and up to 42GWh of battery storage, as it gains approval from Indonesia for a sub-sea cable.

  Tagged under: Batteries | Solar Energy | Indonesia

How data could save Earth from climate change

  2021-07-18 in The Guardian

Using a name inspired by Indonesian farmers, Subak will share information and fund hi-tech solutions to fight global heating

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Indonesia

Indonesia’s biodiesel program fuels deforestation threat, report warns

  2021-06-09 in Mongabay

JAKARTA — A new report has added to growing concerns that Indonesia’s ambitious program to increase its use of palm oil-based biodiesel will drive greater deforestation across the country. The report, by London-based nonprofit CDP, an international platform for the disclosure of environmental risks, warns of conflicting policies and lack of transparency around biofuel regulations […]

  Tagged under: Deforestation | Indonesia

UN global climate poll: ‘The people’s voice is clear – they want action’

  2021-01-27 in The Guardian

Biggest ever climate change survey finds two-thirds of people think climate change is a global emergency

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Farming | Brazil | Climate Change | Fossil Fuels | Indonesia

Slot : Situs Game Judi Online Terpopuler Indonesia 2021

  2020-09-22 (or before) by in B88: Agen Judi Slot Gacor Online Gampang Jackpot

Beberapa developer games judi online ramai-ramai meningkatkan games slot online yang terkenal di tahun 2021.

  Tagged under: Indonesia

Jakarta floods: 'Not ordinary rain', say officials - BBC News

  2020-01-02 (or before) in BBC

At least 21 people have died in the Indonesian capital amid record-breaking rainfall.

  Tagged under: Extreme Rainfall | Indonesia

Will Indonesia's new capital just move the problem to the jungle? - BBC News

  2020-01-02 (or before) in BBC

Activists say moving the capital to Borneo threatens indigenous people and Kalimantan's rich wildlife.

  Tagged under: Wildlife | Indonesia | Activism

‘Death by a thousand cuts’: vast expanse of rainforest lost in 2018

  2019-04-25 in The Guardian

Pristine forests are vital for climate and wildlife but trend of losses is rising, data shows

  Tagged under: Deforestation | Congo | Rainforests | Brazil | Africa | Wildlife | Trees | Indonesia

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