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A chance for lift off: Indonesia’s solar sector – Asia and the Pacific – ANU

By Paul Burke

Indonesia has set ambitious targets for adopting renewable energy technologies, including solar power. India serves as a useful model for what is possible, Paul Burke writes.

Indonesia is behind the pack in terms of the adoption of solar power. The world’s fourth most populous country was outside the top 70 countries in terms of total generation of electricity from solar photovoltaics in 2016. (Read more here http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/news-events/all-stories/chance-lift-indonesias-solar-sector.)

Image credit “Dusk in the Park” (Senja di Taman) By Irsam, 1971 Source: http://www.masterpiece-auction.com/cata/TS/2014/001January/test/pages/L23.htm and https://ziladoc.com/download/fine-art-auction-masterpiece-auction-house-7_pdf cite Mikke Susanto, “Irsam: Decorative Steps” (Irsam: Jejak – jejak Dekoratif) Published by PT Dwi Samapersada, p. 50.

Talking Indonesia: palm oil and indigenous peoples – Indonesia at Melbourne

Over recent years, concerns about Indonesia’s food security have seen a sharp increase in industrial-scale agriculture across the country, including into the forests of West Papua. At the same time, the environmental and social ramifications of monocropping, particularly palm oil, are becoming well-known. (Read more at https://indonesiaatmelbourne.unimelb.edu.au/talking-indonesia-palm-oil-and-indigenous-peoples-in-west-papua/)

Back from Indonesia I for the Word ~ oct 16 – SoundCloud

Listen to Back from Indonesia I for the Word ~ oct 16 by Zoë Mc Pherson on #SoundCloud

To find out more check out https://zoemcpherson.xyz, Zoe Mc Person on SoundCloud or Exclusive mix 80: Indigenous electronics with Brussels-based producer Empty Taxi