Mr. Heru Prasetyo, Head of REDD+ Agency, highlighted the advantages using advanced technology for fast and actual monitoring of forests. 
Photo: Leo Wahyudi S/BP REDD+.Mr. Heru Prasetyo, Head of REDD+ Agency, highlighted the advantages using advanced technology for fast and actual monitoring of forests. Photo: Leo Wahyudi S/BP REDD+

REDD+ Agency, together with BNPB (National Agency for Disaster Management) launched its Forest Fire Monitoring System (Karhutla Monitoring System/ KMS) on 23 July 2014.

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Indonesia avholdt presidentvalg 9. juli. 22. juli offentliggjøres resultatet. Ambassaden forventer ikke omfattende uro, men påstander om valgfusk og misnøye med resultatet kan føre til uheldige situasjoner enkelte steder. Det er grunn til å tro at de ulike kandidatenes mest overbeviste tilhengere vil bruke gatene til feiring eller protester og at dette vil føre til trafikale problemer og...

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Following the establishment of the REDD+ Agency and appointment of Minister Heru Prasetyo as the Agency’s Chairman in December 2013, President Yudhoyono issued a Presidential Decree (No. 71/M 2014) to appoint four Deputies who will assist Minister Prasetyo in running the Agency’s operation.

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‘Education is key to reducing poverty. The Norwegian Government therefore intends to double its development assistance to education in countries affected by extreme poverty, crisis and conflict. It is particularly important for us to ensure that more girls have access to education,’ says Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg.

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Search for Common Ground, Religions for Peace and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Jakarta Join Forces to Protect and Respect Holy Sites in Indonesia

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The Norwegian Embassy supports Dr. Soetomo Press Institute (LPDS) in Training of Journalists in Climate Change and Environmental issues. See links to their articles

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Norwegian Seafood Council invited Indonesian journalists to Norway to see and taste the story of Norwegian Seafood from Cold, Clear Waters.

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