Activity

Multi-stakeholder Discussion on The Revoked of Water Resources Act and Its Implication for Brantas River Basin Management

The multi-stakeholder discussion was held at Friday, March 13th 2015 in Surya Sembada Public Water Company (PDAM) Hall. The participants consist of different background and interest

Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) – Water Quality Training

Water pollution is one of crucial issues and major problems in managing water resources in Indonesia. Unfortunately, government still relied on biological oxygen demand (BOD) and chemical oxygen demand (COD) as main parameters to assess the pollution,

INTRODUCING ENDOCRINE DISRUPTING CHEMICALS (EDCs) CONTAMINATION TO MULTI-STAKEHOLDERS IN BRANTAS RIVER BASIN

Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) isn’t popular environmental issue for local governments and civil society organization. Introducing EDCs contamination is an important step, particularly in Brantas river basin

CAMPAIGNING FISH INTERSEXUALITY IN BRANTAS RIVER BASIN

Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) was detected in different part of Indonesia. It is detected in water resources, aquatic organism, and crops. EDCs were detected in the environment were organochlorine pesticides,

Case Studies

CASE STUDIES: LAKARDOWO WOMEN GROUP MOVEMENT AGAINST HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTAMINATION

Lakardowo is a small village in Jetis sub-district (Mojokerto regency), with 80,018 inhabitants and 21,692 household1. The villagers in 3 sub-villages has been suffering from groundwater contamination and it is impacting socio-economic, health, and environmental condition. Women and children are the main victims for the degradation of environmental and socio-economic condition.

CONTAMINATED WATER RESOURCES, THE ‘DEAD’ OF FISHERMEN INCOME

Surabaya river is stretched 42 km long from Mlirip weir (Mojokerto regency) to Petekan barage (Surabaya city), flowing through 3 different administrative areas, which consist of Mojokerto and Gresik regency, and Surabaya city. Surabaya river divides into 2 tributaries at Surabaya city: Mas and Wonokromo river. More than 100 industries depend on it’s water as raw materials for their production process.