Prime Minister Erna Solberg had dialogue with Orang Rimba groups in Bungo district, Jambi in April 2015. 
Photo: KKI-WARSI.Prime Minister Erna Solberg had dialogue with Orang Rimba groups in Bungo district, Jambi in April 2015. Photo: KKI-WARSI

In April 2015, over a quarter of a million people flocked to the National Mall in Washington for the Global Citizen Earth Day concert. They urged leaders to take action to protect our planet and its people from the devastating effects of climate change.

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Europe on Screen 2015

1 – 10 May film lovers across Indonesia can enjoy a wide range of quality European films, including three top-notch Norwegian films, at the Europe on Screen Festival.

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Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg's visit marked the first official visit to Indonesia after Jokowi took over as president. The visit gained a lot of attention in the Indonesian media.

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Photo: Lawrence Hislop .

Today, Norway submitted its 2030 climate target to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. In December this year, a new global climate agreement is to be concluded at the UN Climate Conference in Paris.

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Photo: Thomas Haugersveen.

Norwegian Prime Minister Mrs. Erna Solberg will visit Indonesia 14-16 April. This is the first official visit to Indonesia during Jokowi’s presidency.

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Photo: ©University of Indonesia, Center for Environmental Studies.

Ambassador Stig Traavik was invited by the Center for Environmental Studies, University of Indonesia to hold a lecture on Norway’s climate change commitment on Thursday, 5 March 2015 at the Salemba campus. Around 100 participants attended the session representing the University’s master and doctoral degree students, alumni as well as interested network.

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Photo: M. Edliadi for CIFOR.

A new analysis shows that the destruction of natural forests in Indonesia declined by 48 percent in the period 2012 to 2013. The numbers are yet to be quality assured, but we hope this is a sign that the government’s actions against deforestation in Indonesia have begun to show result, says Norwegian Minister of Climate and Environment Ms. Tine Sundtoft.

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