The pandemic has demonstrated the failure to provide basic protection for Asia’s estimated 56 million migrant workers. It also provides an opportunity to fix a broken system.
After two tsunamis left thousands dead in Indonesia last year, various initiatives have come up that seek to strengthen the tsunami warning systems. But there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
As Indonesia heads to the polls on April 17, several development issues are on the ballot. But irrespective of who wins, the next few years will see Indonesia's aid profile rising.
Five years after it launched, the annual Our Ocean conference mobilized record financial pledges and hundreds of concrete measures to battle pollution, trafficking, and more on the world's oceans.
Indonesia's oceans are a mainstream economic and food security issue, but they are in peril. Using the power of data and innovative technology, the country is fighting back against overfishing, plastic pollution, and slavery at sea.