NGOs and oil-palm growers team up to help orangutans, but progress is slow Mongabay, April 21, 2016

Studying the Songs of Humpback Whales, Philippine Inquirer, April 22, 2016

Notes from the North Pacific’s Southernmost humpback whale breeding ground

Orangutan Refugees: Weighing When to Rescue the Apes Mongabay, March 30, 2016

Indonesia's Ore-Smelting Ambitions Augur Rain of Poison in Sulawesi Mongabay, January 19, 2016

'Scaling' the Heights of Fashion Jakarta Post. June 4, 2014

On the use of fishing skin and leather in Indonesian fashion.

'Sinking' Jakarta pins hopes on rising star  Al Jazeera In Depth, February 4, 2013

New governor promises to redress mounting civic woes of an Indonesian capital built on a swamp.

Indonesia’s last nomadic sea gypsies, Al Jazeera In Depth, October 6, 2012

With warming and increasingly acidic oceans, the already overfished waters of SE Sulawesi no longer make for a sustainable livelihood option for local Bajau nomads. The young are now looking to school as a first step towards to new career paths.

Combating climate change on credit Al Jazeera IPad Magazine, November 29 2012

Nations around the world have signed up for a CO2 'cap-and-trade' system, but questions abound over its effectiveness.

National environmental movement mourns the passing of a leaderJakarta Post December 18 2012

As a founding member of Indonesia-based Telapak and later Forest Watch Indonesia (FWI), Hapsoro was an early and persistent activist against large-scale deforestation. His untimely death in October left a huge gap in the nation’s environmental leadership.

Indonesia’s for-profit conservationists  Jakarta Post  November 27 2012

At the end of 2012, four-fifths of the world’s carbon markets will lose their legal basis if world leaders don’t recommit to the Kyoto Protocol — a global treaty on emissions reductions signed in 1997. However, Indonesian businessmen like Eka Ginting think the impact to the domestic market for credits will be minimal in the short-term.

 Charred lands: fertile grounds for sustainable agriculture in Kalimantan? CIFOR Blog, July 6 2012

Jogja Bikes Once MoreUrban Velo Magazine, Issue 31 May 2012, Philadelphia, USA

In 2011, Indonesia ranked as the world’s third largest market for scooters. But one central Javan city is experiencing a resurgence of interest in bicycles.

‘Musik Bambu’: Minahasan pomp and circumstanceJakarta Post, April 16 2012

Rio+20: Are human development indices forest-blind?CIFOR Blog, June 11 2012