Ocean Action Hub
Welcome to the Indonesia Ocean National Consultation page, where you can find resources related to the Indonesia National Consultation and implementation of SDG 14: Life below Water. The Consultation is taking place on 29 May 2017.

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27 Jan 2020 - WEF - The young generation is finding solutions to the world's problems: Bali has introduced a plastic bag ban after Melati Wijsen's campaign; Indonesia's President has now promised to clean up the country's rivers.
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13 Jan 2020 - Shoppers in Jakarta will soon be unable to carry their groceries in single-use plastic bags as the Jakarta administration has issued a long awaited gubernatorial regulation b

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11 Dec 2019 - Indonesia has become a dumping ground for plastic from Australia, Europe and North America.

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6 Nov 2019 - Fish stocks in a marine national park in Indonesia increased significantly in the years after a ban on the use of coral-destroying nets was imposed, a recent study has found.

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30 May 2019 - The Indonesian government has established three new marine protected areas within the Coral Triangle, home to the highest diversity of corals and reef fishes anywhere on the

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31 Dec 2018 - First global coastline survey shows 16% of tidal flats lost between 1984 and 2016. 

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18 December 2018 - The global increase in demand for seafood coupled with an increase in the number of fisheries poorly managed, overfished, or negatively affected by illegal, unreported a

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Asosiasi Usaha Homestay Lokal Kabupaten Raja Ampat (AUHLKRA) is one of the Equator Prize Winners 2017. Here's why.

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“The struggle of poor and vulnerable communities against poverty, biodiversity...
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A voyage to UNDP-supported marine protected areas around the world
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7 Mar 2017 - Half of the plastic clogging oceans were used only once, says UN resident coordinator Douglas Broderick.

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23 Feb 2017 - A team of artists, scientists, activists, and filmmakers took a recent expedition from Bali to Komodo Island to document plastic pollution in the region.

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