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Three pairs of president and vice president candidates running for the Indonesia’s 2024 election. Galih Pradipta /Antara Foto

The professor, the general and the populist: meet the three candidates running for president in Indonesia

Indonesians will go to the polls on February 14 to elect a new leader. Here are the three leading candidates and their running mates.
People shout slogans during a protest in Jakarta against plans to evict 7,500 residents from Rempang island to make way for a Chinese-owned glass factory as part of an ‘Ecocity’ development. EPA-EFE/MAST IRHAM

Victims of the green energy boom? The Indonesians facing eviction over a China-backed plan to turn their island into a solar panel ‘ecocity’

The international quest for green energy is reliant on ‘sacrificial zones’ in developing countries.
Illustration of refugee children. Prazis Images/Shutterstock

Refugee children have a right to be educated in Indonesia – our research shows the barriers in their way

Research shows that despite Indonesia progress in providing education access for refugee children, the pandemic has made several barriers for the implementation.
A family of Spectral Tarsiers captured on a towering ficus tree in Tangkoko National Park, Sulawesi, Indonesia. (Ondrej Prosicky/Shutterstock)

Wallacea is a living laboratory of Earth’s evolution – and its wildlife, forests and reefs will be devastated unless we all act

I have spent decades researching this unique region. Without serious conservation, millions of hectares of its forests could transform into desolate wastelands, risking wildlife like the tiny tarsier.
A Malaysian worker harvests palm fruits from a plantation in peninsular Malaysia, on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Though labour issues have largely been ignored, the punishing effects of palm oil on the environment have been decried for years. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

Palm oil: The myth of corporate plantation efficiency is failing Indonesians and furthering inequality

Palm oil is used in half the products sold in global supermarkets. Much of the oil comes from Indonesia where it is grown on plantations that are relatively inefficient, but occupy huge areas of land.

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