Category: Science Domains

Angga Ariestya

Angga Ariestya

Angga is the Senior Communications Officer – Indonesia Program. He works closely with the Indonesia Country Coordinator and the Regional Communications Specialist to ensure effective communication of the work of ICRAF in Indonesia to a range of audiences from local through national to international. He has a Master Degree of Communication Science.

Sonya et al at Bogor bioenergy seminar

Unblocking bioenergy a huge challenge for Indonesia

Unclear policies and weak markets are stopping bioenergy supply meeting its target but focusing on local demand might be the doorway to success. ‘In terms of technology, bioenergy can be developed almost anywhere in Indonesia’, said Ingrid Öborn,...

Lisa Tanika (second from left), of ICRAF working with district environmental officers to help build their capacity in monitoring watersheds. Photo: World Agroforestry Centre/Sacha Amurazaman

Indonesian district government funds replication of ICRAF approaches

The Government of Buol District, Indonesia, has committed to replicate three activities of the Smart Tree-Invest project run by ICRAF with funding from the International Fund for Agricultural Development. The activities include farmers’ learning groups that run under...

Some of Viet Nam's non-timber forest products on display. Photo: World Agroforestry Centre/Ivanna Patton

Huge potential for non-timber forest products in Viet Nam

Products from forests in Viet Nam aren’t well developed. Nor has their potential to help fight climate change been fully realized. Now researchers and government are working together to change this. The high value of non-timber forest products...

Bag of Frankincense at Spice Souk. Photo by Liz Lawley via Wikimedia Commons

‘Tis the season for frankincense, a suitable restoration tree for the Horn of Africa

There’s one more reason to be jolly this season: the frankincense tree—source of one of the precious gifts of the Magi in the Christmas story—is being called “a suitable tree species for use in dryland restoration under a...

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Towards a global centre of excellence for mining restoration

The scale of mining activities today is greater than ever but so are its environmental and social impacts. Over the past few decades mining has contributed to millions of hectares of land degradation worldwide. Open-pit mining transforms productive...