Creating a more resilient economy for the region is crucial, which means focusing on other sectors beside tourism.... Read more
Children deserve the space and opportunity to play, learn, and build relationships even in crises. UNICEF’s Childcare in Humanitarian Crises brief explores how those positive opportunities are still possible in acute onset emergencies.... Read more
Harm Reduction refers to policies, programs, and practices developed to reduce harm by minimizing adverse health, social, legal, economic, and even environmental consequences of human behaviors and activities.... Read more
Humans use around 50,000 wild species for different practices, including over 10,000 harvested directly for food. Experts across the globe share their insights to establish more sustainable use of wild species.... Read more
An ethical collection system that produces a significant, practical, and effective manner to help local waste stakeholders in Indonesia.... Read more


Interdisciplinary research would mean collaborative efforts from different fields and disciplines to figure out comprehensive solutions to the complex problems of our modern world.... Read more
We need powerful and continuous nationwide programs and campaigns to undo hundreds of years of socio-cultural "brainwashing" on rice.... Read more
Waste problems are imminent and dangerous, it is time to take trash seriously. ... Read more
Tiktok is no longer only known for dance challenges and lip-syncing. Now, among others, it houses a growing number of videos on climate change and sustainable practices steadily gaining millions of views. This article explores whether this form of activism is to be encouraged.... Read more
The values and characteristics of Islamic Economics & Finance fit those of the SDGs, making it imperative to peruse it to achieve the SDGs in Indonesia and inspire the world to do the same.... Read more