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Muba Expo Ajang Promosi Terhadap Produk Usaha Masyarakat PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 14 May 2011 12:01

SEKAYU, – Pameran Muba exspo yang diprogramkan Pemerintah Kabupaten Musi Banyuasin melalui Dinas Koperindak kabupaten musi banyuasin  adalah salah satu ajang promosi terhadap produk-produk usaha masyarakat Musi Banyuasin khususnya dan masyarakat Sumatra Selatan Umumnya.

Aceh Angry Over Sale of Carbon Credits to Miner PDF Print E-mail

Nurdin Hasan | May 07, 2011 The Jakarta Globe

Banda Aceh. Officials have lambasted an Australian carbon broker for selling the marketing rights for carbon credits created through a forest conservation project to a Canadian mining firm.

According to a press release from Toronto-listed East Asia Minerals, Carbon Conservation included the sales and marketing rights to the carbon credits as part of the 50 percent equity the miner acquired in the broker.

Road-building plans threaten Indonesian tigers PDF Print E-mail

Ali Kutarumalos, Associated Press, Jakarta | Thu, 04/28/2011 4:35 PM | National

Indonesia is preparing to greenlight the construction of several highways through a park that has one of the world's few viable populations of wild tigers, conservationists warned Thursday.

The move would be especially alarming, they said, because it would come just months after the government signed a deal in Russia promising to do everything possible to save the iconic big cats from extinction.

Indonesia, EU Take Steps at Cutting Illegal Timber Out of Export Market PDF Print E-mail

Dessy Sagita | May 04, 2011 The Jakarta Globe

Indonesia and the European Union on Wednesday signed a long-awaited agreement aimed at curbing illegal logging by muscling suspect timber out of the European market.

The Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade-Voluntary Partnership Agreement (Flegt-VPA) was designed by the European Union to identify and eventually exclude illegally logged timber products from EU markets in order to promote good forest governance in exporting countries such as Indonesia.

RI wetlands integral in climate battle PDF Print E-mail

Elly Burhaini Faizal, The Jakarta Post, Denpasar | Mon, 04/11/2011 8:00 AM | National

Protecting wetlands will contribute significantly to the fight against climate change because of wetlands’ ability to store carbon, experts say.

Matthew Warren, a researcher from the US Forest Service, said Saturday that there could be no fight against climate change without conserving tropical wetland forests.

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