Main Program: Fighting for the Forests



 
28 Oct 2018 09:00 - 10:00
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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In the last half-century, more than 74 million hectares of Indonesian rainforest have been logged, burned, or degraded, with devastating effects for humans, animals and the land itself. Driven and determined, these panelists are working to understand and protect a precious ecosystem, now and for future generations.

Dalam separuh abad, lebih dari 74 juta hektar hutan hujan di Indonesia telah ditebang, dibakar, dan dibumihanguskan, yang memberikan dampak mengerikan untuk manusia, binatang, dan lahan hutan itu sendiri. Didorong oleh keyakinannya, para panelis ini bekerja untuk mengerti dan menjaga kelestarian ekosistem yang berharga ini, sekarang dan untuk generasi mendatang.

Featuring

Yeb Saño

Naderev ‘Yeb’ Madla Saño has been working on campaigns and programs to combat climate change since 1997. He is widely known for his work as the Philippines’ Chief Negotiator in …


Bustar Maitar

Bustar develops social and eco enterprises to promote forest community products and marine ecotourism in Eastern Indonesia. He operates a 100% Indonesian liveaboard, the Kurabesi Explorer, and is active in …


Rebecca Henschke

Rebecca Henschke is the BBC’s Indonesian Editor. She is an award-winning multimedia journalist who has reported from Asia for more than a decade, and was previously with KBR and Tempo. …


Tom Owen Edmunds

Tom Owen Edmunds heads the Climate Change Unit at the British Embassy Jakarta. His previous posts include Lahore and Colombo. Once described by the British Journal of Photography as “one …



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