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It Seems Indonesia Does Not Have Any Friends
As the climate change conference (COP26) in Glasgow draws near, Edvin Aldrian once again reminds the government about formulating strategies to achieve the zero carbon emission target. The IPCC expert panel member calls for more bilateral cooperation to combat the climate crisis.
National Police Chief Gen. Listyo Sigit Prabowo plans to recruit anti-corruption fighters who failed their controversial civic knowledge test, but many regulations stand in the way.
Letters on the land for Keureuto reservoir, civic knowledge test for KPK employees, and carbon tax.
Painkiller Waste in the Jakarta Bay
BRIN researchers discover concentrations of pain and cold relief medicine pollution in the Jakarta Bay. This acetaminophen waste is known to have an impact on shellfish, but its effects on humans are yet to be determined.
AN aerial photo of a murky coast filled with mud at the Kendari Bay, Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi, Thursday, October 7. The local government has been dredging the mud since four years ago, but the shallowing of the Kendari Bay continues because of the high volume of waste and soil from the C mine excavation./Antara/JojonMud Attack
To Build a Boat
WORKERS build a fishing ship in Krueng Aceh, Banda Aceh, Aceh, Wednesday, October 6. The workers said that the construction of the fishing vessel with a capacity of more than 50 tons took about one to 3 years due to problems with wood raw materials, which cost hundreds of millions to billions of rupiah./Antara/Syifa Yulinnas