Dig deeper into our conservation work in Indonesia.
More than three-quarters of the world’s orangutans rely on the bounty of Indonesia's lush rainforests for survival.
The Nature Conservancy is using partnerships to help ensure effective management of Indonesia’s vital marine environments. Learn more about our work.
Indonesia’s fisheries are of global importance. The Nature Conservancy is transforming fishery practices in Indonesia for a sustainable future.
Indonesia’s tropical rainforests are under serious threat. The Nature Conservancy is addressing this challenge through initiatives like the Green Growth Compact.
This region’s unique habitats and wealth of species attract a massive number of tourists and have provided a source of livelihoods for 11 million locals living in the coastal villages.