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Pangan Liar Sebagai Alternatif Sumber Makanan

Indonesia merupakan Negara Mega Biodiversitas dengan keanekaragaman hayati nomor dua tertinggi di dunia setelah Brazil. Tercatat sebanyak 15,3%  keanekaragaman hayati berada di Indonesia[1]. Hal tersebut membuat Indonesia memiliki sumber pangan, sumber obat-obatan, dan sumber ekologi yang lebih beragam dibandingkan dengan negara lain. Dalam buku Keanekaragaman Hayati, Amien S. Leksono mengatakan bahwa masyarakat Indonesia telah menggunakan Selengkapnya tentangPangan Liar Sebagai Alternatif Sumber Makanan[…]

Garden Yard of the Kasepuhan Karang Indigenous Forest

Author: Novytya A ( Knowledge Management Staff) Translator: Amanda So *** The use of yard was conducted by most of the people of Kapudang, Kasepuhan Karang to plant vegetables and medicinal plants. The practice of land use was done more than five years ago, in an effort to meet the needs of vegetables in the Selengkapnya tentangGarden Yard of the Kasepuhan Karang Indigenous Forest[…]

Ecological Child’s Rights: Revisiting the aspect of “safe environment” in the Child’s Rights Convention

  [Prepared for ASEAN People’s Forum 2017. Convergence Space on Life with Dignity. Sub-theme “Promoting a Culture of Solidarity and Resistance: Transformative Human Capacity Development”] Written  by: Mardha Tillah and Wahyubinatara Fernandez So-called-development agenda throughout Southeast Asia has grabbed communities’ land which then impacting children and young people’s lives, especially the ones living in rural Selengkapnya tentangEcological Child’s Rights: Revisiting the aspect of “safe environment” in the Child’s Rights Convention[…]

Make Cisadane River Count!

There are 17,000 Watersheds in Indonesia. From that number, there are 108 critical Watersheds that must be restored.1 Within the National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2015-2019, the government decided that 15 Watersheds are a national priority to be immediately restored. Citarum, Ciliwung, Cisadane, Serayu, Solo, and Brantas, Asahan Toba, Siak, Musi, Way SEkampung, Way Seputih, Selengkapnya tentangMake Cisadane River Count![…]