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Dini Pramita is currently an investigative reporter for Majalah Tempo who focuses on socio-humanitarian issues and environmental issues.


A timber testing technical staff member is at a stockpiling site to measure the quality of teak and mahogany logs at Emplak village, Pangandaran Regency, West Java, October 25, 2020. 
ANTARA/Adeng Bustomi/File Photo
A fisherman shows his catch at Torosiaje village, Pohuwato Regency, Gorontalo, amidst the authorities’ move to restrict the hunt of octopus as part of marine preservation efforts. 
Japesda Gorontalo
Heavy equipment in operation on a disputed area at Buantan Besar village, Siak Regency, Riau.
Planting activities at the Damarwulan protected forest area in Ambungan, South Kalimantan, September 2021.
A waste management team member collects garbage from households at Sekeloa subdistrict in Bandung, West Java, August 2021. 
Masnuah (in blue headscarf) on board a traditional fishing boat on the coast of Demak, Central Java, September 2019. 
Mongabay Indonesia/Nuswantoro
APIK Legal Aid Institute’s lawyer Joan Patricia Walu Sudjiati Riwu Kaho shows a bundle of documents as she gives a special interview to a Tempo team in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, December 15.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan
An aerial view shows swaths of forested terrain with the river flowing out to the Bintuni Bay in West Papua, June 13, 2006.
TEMPO/Arif Fadillah/photo file
Residents conduct a demonstration in front of the Indramayu coal power plant, in Sumuradem, Indramayu, West Java, October 21. The protest, which is held in commemoration of the International Big Bad Biomass Day, demand the government ban the use of pallets or sawdust as fuel for coal-fired steam power plants because they are considered to have a bad effect on the environment.
ANTARA FOTO/Dedhez Anggara
BPDLH’s visit to the location of KTH Mekarjaya in Sukabumi, West Java, August 26.
Photo: Absolute Indonesia
Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and others attend the COP27 climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, November 7.
REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
A motorcyclist drives on a path cutting through land destroyed by forest fires near Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, September 29, 2019.
REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan/File Photo
Monitoring the condition of seagrass ecosystem in the waters of Ledeunu village, Sabu Raijua Regency, East Nusa Tenggara, November 2020.
A chimney emitting smokes from burning coal at the Ombilin Coal-Fired Power Plant area in Sijantang village, Sawahlunto, West Sumatra, October 2019.
ANTARA/Iggoy El Fitra/File Photo
Smoke and steam billows from the coal-fired power plant owned by Indonesia Power, next to an area of Java 9 and 10 Coal-Fired Steam Power Plant Project in Suralaya, Banten, July 11, 2020.
REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan/File Photo
Erik Meijaard aboard a wooden boat with fellow researchers while conducting an exploration in Kalimantan, February 2019.
Erik Meijaard Doc.
Officers of the Banyuasin firefighter attempt to extinguish a bushfire in Sukarame Village, Ogan Ilir, South Sumatra, in June.
ANTARA FOTO/Nova Wahyudi
Aerial photograph of Tambang Mas Sangihe’s concession area in Sangihe Island, North Sulawesi, March 2022. / Yunita
The Cimandiri River basin area in Sukagalih, Sukabumi, West Java, November 2021.
Deden Pramudiana/Independent Forest Monitoring Fund
An exhibition booth for furniture products made of legal wood (Indonesian Legal Wood) in Jakarta. The competitiveness of Indonesian furniture and handicraft products, especially in the European Union market, continues to increase after the full implementation of the Timber Legality Verification System.

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