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It's not just a bunch of trees. It's a resource. It's air for us to breathe. It helps cool the planet. And it's home to one of the most endangered primates on Earth.
A team of Conservancy scientists and partners are are leading the first large-scale study of whales in the Savu Sea.
A joint program is turning an Indonesian village into a safe haven for the endangered green sea turtle and creating livelihood opportunities.
What makes the most hardened marine scientists giddy? What makes them nervous? The answer may surprise you.
"I am the Man of the Forest, but deforestation is slowly killing off my species." Can you guess who this is?
Raja Ampat has made history by becoming Indonesia's first shark sanctuary. Now, see pictures of the graceful predators in action.
Learn more about how surprisingly simple changes can yield more intact forests, healthier and happier local villagers and more trees sequestering carbon and fighting climate change.
Sea turtles around the globe need help — learn why.
In the Indonesia spirit of Gotong Royong (working together), we look forward to another 20 years of conservation partnership and we hope you will join us!