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TABATS RESTORING HOPE FOR PEATLAND RECOVERY 

TABATS RESTORING HOPE FOR PEATLAND RECOVERY 

To restore degraded peatland ecosystems, a key step of the process is to rewet the peat so that a healthy hydrological balance can be reached once again. This is achieved by targeting the causes of water drainage, which, in the Mawas Conservation Area, are man...
PEAKING INTO THE LAMIN TRADITIONAL HOUSE

PEAKING INTO THE LAMIN TRADITIONAL HOUSE

The Dayak people are known for their traditional longhouses, which are still home to families all across Borneo. In the province of East Kalimantan, the Lamin traditional house is an important part of the Dayak culture and it holds significance for numerous sub-ethnic...
KEEPING THE LIGHTS ON AT CAMP NLES MAMSE

KEEPING THE LIGHTS ON AT CAMP NLES MAMSE

Camp Nles Mamse is approaching its tenth birthday. Built in 2015, this nine-year-old facility has seen countless stories unfold and occupies a space in the heart of anyone who has ever called it home. Many team members have come and gone, but the camp still stands...
THE DAYAK WAY OF EMBRACING TRADITION AND SUSTAINABILITY

THE DAYAK WAY OF EMBRACING TRADITION AND SUSTAINABILITY

The Wehea Dayak Village, located in Kalimantan’s beautiful interior, showcases a uniquely preserved culture that emphasises life in harmony with nature. The Wehea Dayak are one of the indigenous peoples who live in the Muara Wahau District of East Kutai Regency, East...
SUSTAINABLE WASTE MANAGEMENT FOR ALL

SUSTAINABLE WASTE MANAGEMENT FOR ALL

Every year on February 21, Indonesia celebrates National Waste Awareness Day. This occasion serves as an opportunity to improve public awareness of the importance of sustainable waste management and its critical role in preserving the environment and public health....