Feb 22, 2018 Last Updated 11:17 PM, Feb 21, 2018
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  • Ecotourism: can it save the orangutans?

    RACHEL DREWRY investigates ecotourism as a conservation tool.

  • Togians: ecotourism is not the answer

    While others hope environmentally sensitive tourism will help the Togian Islands, KATE NAPTHALI wants to beef up traditional industries instead.

  • Fighting for existence

    Environmental education is empowering rural youth to protect their hamlet from a luxury resort project

  • Bali'€™s wild side

    Managing conservation, tourism and the needs of local communities in Bali Barat National Park

  • Snakefruit -n- seaweed

    Bali’s new Village Ecotourism Network provides an alternative to mass tourism.

  • An urgent need for Environmental Education

    Can Indonesia save its beauty and biodiversity through Environmental Education?

  • Operation Wallacea

    MARK ERDMANN explains the history of an exciting venture in reef conservation using volunteer divers.

  • Saving Bunaken

    in North Sulawesi was established as a marine park in October 1991. It has become one of Indonesia's best-known marine ecotourism destinations. The park encompasses 79,056 hectares of land and sea. A southern mainland section, the Arakan-Wowontulap...

  • Hubs and wires

    Internet use in Indonesian NGOs is strengthening civil society

  • Eco-tourism for whom?

    Bunaken National Marine Park is promoted as an ideal mix of tourism and conservation, but not all local people agree.

  • Leave Indonesia's fisheries to Indonesians!

    Since these fishermen are not targeting reef fisheries, there is great potential for coexistence of fishing and marine ecotourism. Foreign fishing operations are threatening to damage both of these important sectors of the North Sulawesi economy. In...

  • Saving Bunaken

    Involved locals are saving one of the world's most beautiful marine parks


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