Jakarta Aquarium and Safari (JAQS) released sea turtles back to the wild for the first time as part of what they see as their obligation to support wildlife conservation, as a centre for conservation and education.
Jakarta Aquarium & Safari (JAQS), a conservation division of Taman Safari Indonesia unveils another surprise: a Lantern Festival!
In the eyes of the general public, palm oil development is a major threat to the survival of orangutans.
Renowned orangutan conservationist, Dr. Ian Singleton, has been awarded an OBE by Her Majesty the Queen for Services to the Environment and Conservation for his accomplishments for the last 20 years.
Jakarta Aquarium gained recognition as a prominent edutainment destination in no small part thanks to their endeavour in promoting ocean conservation through positive interaction and informative experience.
This popular tourist destination in Jakarta was honoured with a recognition as part of their mission in promoting ocean conservation that has attracted many visitors last year.
Jakarta Aquarium offers educational programmes where everyone can learn about aquatic biota, preservation and conservation.
Love and O2 focuses on conservation and encourages an environmentally friendly lifestyle.
Indonesia biggest fauna park, Taman Safari Bogor has a number of rare animals featured at the site as part of efforts to promote conservation.
This year, the group collaborated with Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara to raise awareness about conservation efforts of Kalimantan’s rainforests through art.
Some of the nautical resorts on the outer islands offer the tourists a conservation package where the guest could participate ecological mission.
Panda House by WWF Indonesia showcases various outcomes of the foundation’s conservation work from Sabang in Aceh to Merauke in Papua.
WWF and HSBC held festival to observe Earth Day as collaborative conservation programmes focusing on the quality and sustainability of freshwater.