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ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM STILL THE SAME AND WILL CONTINUES PDF Print E-mail
Post Last Debate of Presidential Candidates, 5 July 2014

From the results of the last debate on July 5, 2014 with the theme "Food, Energy and the Environment", in general the exposure was not much different from the vision, mission and program / ​agenda brought by the two pairs. More than that, the program / ​​agenda offered by the two pairs of candidates was equal to the condition of the last 10 years without any significant changes in the governance of natural resources.

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Vission, Mission, Program/Agenda That Continuing the Crisis PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 04 July 2014
Media Briefing of Jaringan Advokasi Tambang (Mining Advocacy Network), 04 July 2014
It should be recognized that Indonesia has fallen into the energy crisis. The condition in line with the critical food situation and environmental damage. All three have relations of interrelated production and consumption chain, which is all currently experiencing degeneration by poor governance. The three are the most striking case, because it involves the lives of many people. All three are in the spotlight for being ironic and heartbreaking for Indonesia which known as agricultural and rich energy resources.

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RISE IN “GOLD” STOCKS OF THE BANYUWANGI REGENCY GOVERNMENT NOT BALANCED WITH THE IMPACT INCURRED PDF Print E-mail
Pers Release BaFFEL
In a plenary session at the Banyuwangi Regional House of Representatives at the end of June 2014, Banyuwangi Regent Abdullah Anas Anwar claimed if Banyuwangi regency shares in gold mining companies have increased. The number of shares initially worth a total of Rp 10 billion, according to the Regent who is also a former member of the Regional House of Representatives was increased to Rp 22.9 billion. This increase is due to Banyuwangi regency gets grant shares of PT Merdeka Serasi Jaya (MSJ) worth of Rp 12.9 billion.
 
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Festival "Nekafmese Tafena to Halat" PDF Print E-mail

Festival "Nekafmese Tafena to Halat"
Caring Relationship with the Body of Earth
Mollo – Timor Tengah Selatan, NTT ,  16 – 20  June 2014

1. Background
It's been a long time, the Mollo, Amanuban and Amantun - who later declared themselves as a Tiga Batu Tungku (three-stone stove) indigenous peoples, have inspired the struggle of indigenous people in preserving the land in Indonesia. Their philosophy of looking at the land as the human body becomes the easiest way to understand the relationship between human and nature. They understand water as blood, soil as meat, stone mountain as bone and forests as a skin and hair. Destroy nature, tantamount to damaging the human body.

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REJECT THE MINING AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CEMENT FACTORY IN REMBANG! PDF Print E-mail
Monday, June 16, 2014, 500 villagers from the location of the mining and tread plant plan occupied the site plan because there is no good faith of the Semen Indonesia in their whole plan of the mining process and the establishment of the plant in Rembang.

This action becomes the last option due to the residents were never given the opportunity to speak up about the various violations that have been made during the construction project preparation of PT Semen Indonesia at Rembang. Residents never knowing clearly the information about the plan to build a cement factory. There was never any socialization that involving villagers in general, only the village apparatus and never delivered to the residents. EIA document was never delivered to the residents. There was never any explanation of the negative impacts caused by mining and the establishment of a cement factory.
 
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