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Indonesia has the world's 4th largest population and struggles with:

Sustainability initiatives[edit | edit source]

IDEP Foundation

Local sustainability initiatives[edit source]

Please see our local or city pages via the Indonesia category, where of course you can share any more information you may have about local sustainability initiatives.

Initiatives by topic[edit | edit source]

Biodiversity[edit | edit source]

UK Darwin projects in Indonesia

Community energy[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia: Geothermal power in Indonesia

Education for sustainability[edit | edit source]

Green School, Bali

Food activism[edit | edit source]

Solar cooking resources in Indonesia

Sustainable transport activism[edit | edit source]

Car jockey W

Trees, woodland and forest[edit | edit source]

Green Coast II in Aceh, for nature and people after the tsunami - Greenomics Indonesia - Wikipedia: Deforestation in Indonesia

Maps: Protecting forests & peatlands in Indonesia,

News and comment[edit | edit source]


Sep 23 Indonesia haze causes sky to turn blood red [1]


Energy democracy way to go for Indonesia, Feb 1 [2]


In Jakarta, solving problems with new tech tools and people power, Oct 12 [3]

How a Cooperative in Indonesia is Bridging the Digital Divide, May 4 [4]

Indonesian president hands over management of forests to indigenous people, Feb 20 [5]


A small island in the Indian Ocean offers big lessons on clean power, Mar 27 [6]

In Indonesia, a new tool helps communities protect their land from fire, Mar 16 [7]

Two Teenagers Convinced Bali to Ban Plastic Bags, March 10 [8]

Indonesian Cities Now Charging Shoppers for Plastic Bags, February 21 [9]


Surviving the long dry season in Konawe Selatan with improved farming systems, Nov 6 [10]

The indigenous community whose forest is their supermarket, October 28 [11]

Sumba Island was once one of poorest areas of Indonesia. That was before Sulis Setiawati came along, September 10 [12]

Making smart cities work for people. No 1: Crowdsourcing flood maps in Jakarta, July 15 [13]


A Decade After Asian Tsunami, New Forests Protect the Coast, December 5 [14]


Tools for Participatory budgeting in Indonesia, February 3 [15]


Indonesia to stop handing out permits for companies to chop down rainforests and drain peatlands for two years, but deal does not protect millions of hectares of rainforest, [16] May 27

Resources[edit | edit source]

Maps[edit | edit source]

PetaJakarta, open source, community-led platform to collect and disseminate information about flooding and critical water infrastructure in Jakarta.

Wikimedia Atlas of Indonesia

See also[edit | edit source]

Interwiki links[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia: Indonesia, Environmental issues in Indonesia, The Indonesian Forum for Environment, Palm oil production in Indonesia, Environmental concerns


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