Farwiza Farhan

Country: Indonesia

Farwiza Farhan is an Indonesian forest conservationist dedicated to safeguarding the Leuser Ecosystem in Sumatra, Indonesia—the last sanctuary where rhinos, tigers, elephants, and orangutans thrive in the wild. She firmly believes in an inclusive approach to conservation, fostering a collaborative network comprising indigenous communities, ecologists, lawyers, policy makers, international nonprofits, and private sectors, all committed to preserving our shared planet.

Farwiza Farhan adalah seorang pelestari hutan Indonesia yang mengkhususkan diri dalam perlindungan ekosistem Leuser di Sumatra, Indonesia – tempat perlindungan terakhir di mana badak, macam, gajah dan orangutan tumbuh pesat di alam liar. Ia sangat percaya akan pendekatan inklusif untuk konservasi, mencakup komunitas masyarakat adat, ahli ekologi, pengacara, pembuat kebijakan, lembaga nilaba internasional dan sektor swasta, semua berkomitmen untuk melestarikan planet kita bersama.

Appearing in

Main Program | Vandana Shiva and 50 Years of Environmental Justice

Formidable Indian environmentalist Vandana Shiva will discuss her five-decade-long fight for environmental justice in India. Highly regarded, Shiva has worked tirelessly to save forests, shut down polluting mines, exposed the …

Main Program | Shaping Justice through Ecofeminism and Activism

Ecofeminism, a powerful movement intertwining environmental and feminist ideologies, has made significant strides in shaping our understanding of the interconnectedness of gender, ecology, and social justice. Vandana Shiva, a prominent …

Special Event | FABx Storytelling Sanctuary

Fabx Storytelling Sanctuary presents an extraordinary Evening of Inspiration and Connection. Three brave and committed individuals from our Festival lineup and beyond take center stage to speak their truth and …