As our beloved city celebrate its 492nd birthday, could change finally be on the horizon? The MRT and LRT is in place, waste policy is improving, our very own initiative, MVB, is stronger than ever. But is that it? Find out more on our e-magazine.
There are 32 plaintiffs in a citizen lawsuit against the Indonesian president, the ministers of health, environment and home affairs, and several regional leaders, demanding they fix the unhealthy air they breathe.
Jakarta has been ranked as the world’s most environmentally vulnerable city, as climate change, pollution, heatwaves, earthquakes and flooding are key threats to the Indonesian capital’s residents and businesses.
The makeover of Muara Baru fish market offers fantastic ocean scenery while shopping for fresh fish or enjoy various seafood offering.