NOW! Jakarta’s publisher Alistair Speirs recently discussed the concept of the “Liveable City” with architect and urban observer Alwi Sjaaf, to try to find out his concept of what he calls a Just City”
XSProject is an initiative established in 2004, based on its concern for the environment, lack of awareness of disposing garbage in its place, and a large number of trash pickers in the city.
Jakarta has been ranked as the world’s most environmentally vulnerable city, with climate change, pollution, heatwaves, earthquakes and flooding being the key threats to the Indonesian capital’s residents.
Did you know that plastics have been found in the deepest part of the ocean, which is the Mariana trench, and on the world’s tallest mountain, Everest?
The General Chair of the Indonesian Hotel & Restaurant Association (PHRI) and the Indonesian Employers’ Association (APINDO), Pak Hariyadi has great insight into the future of business and tourism in Indonesia.