Since its establishment in Indonesia in 1976, IRD has placed the environment at the heart of its actions in this country.
A gigantic archipelago with a flourishing economy, Indonesia is an emerging country whose influence in the Southeast Asian region is undeniable. How can this economic upturn be reconciled with the sustainable management of an incredible but greatly threatened biodiversity?
21st June 2021
Remote training workshop: Monitoring and managing COTS outbreaks on the coral reefs of Southeast Sulawesi, Kendari
Among the broad range of large-scale disturbances that affect Indo-Pacific coral reefs, the coral-eating starfish Acanthaster planci (“crown-of-thorns”, referred to as COTs) is a major cause of coral reef destruction, whose impact is quantitatively comparable to cyclones. Monitoring and managing...
6 - 11th June 2021
Official visit in Indonesia of Annick Girardin, French Minister of Sea
Mrs. Annick Girardin, Minister of Sea, visited Indonesia from June 6 to 11, 2021.
10th March 2021
Collapse of seaweed culture in Bali
21st December 2020
Rena Tri Hernawati received the Tony Whitten Conservation Award in 2020
16th December 2020
Triwibowo Ambar Garjito's thesis defense