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Borneo mega-dams risk indigenous 'ethnocide'

July 1, 2014 by Jettie Word

Massive dams in Sarawak, Malaysia, threaten to flood over 2,000 square kilometers of the world’s oldest rainforests, displace 10,000s of indigenous people, and aggravate climate change, writes Amanda Stephenson – all to generate electricity that no one wants.     Sarawak, Malaysia, is located on the island of Borneo, the third largest island in the…


SAVE Rivers resounding success of the European Campaign

June 23, 2014 by Kevin Condon

  The on-going campaign tour in Europe by SAVE Rivers has engaged in a lot of successful dialogues and meetings with government representatives including civil societies, non-governmental organizations and the corporate business.  Read more about climate change in Indonesia and Malaysia, then join the discussion on Facebook and Twitter.  The team at the Noewagian Parliment House…


Another Year of Fires, Another Year of Inaction

June 9, 2014 by Taylor Ashford

With a 70% chance of an El Niño this year, Indonesia could soon be facing the wrath of its near neighbors again as the dry season approaches with the ever present threat of vegetation fires. Read more below about  Indonesia is dealing with these fires. Read more on Mongabay. Read more about climate change in…