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thanks for adding the event. I would love to revisit Bali and Indonesia in general. Still I have not seen so much of your beautiful country. I guess also the conference will provide a lot of opportunities for me to present my research and to learn from others. But I cannot yet tell you about my participation. I would need funding for it and I cannot tell if I have a summerschool (mandatory!) during July. But I have the conference rather in mind than my summerschool ;o)
I am still working on REDD, hoping to make a contribution to halting deforestation - also in Indonesia. There is interesting work going on in Indonesia at the moment - the government is among the first to present a national REDD strategy. So there is hope...although corruption, missmanagement and economic pressure from palm oil and timber production will nevertheless make it difficult to be sucessful. I will try my best to contribute a little part to making REDD sucessful. By the way, you should get in contact with Heiner von Lüpke (e.g. via facebook) - he is German,working in Indonesia on REDD. You might ask him about ongoing projects and REDD policy in Indonesia.
Best and wish you a nice day.
sure you need to be "creative" on this "uncreative" land, your experiences may help you and be friend with colleagues is something important also..keep a good work G! and viva green Indonesia!
It`s nice to hear you from Borneo. Yeah, for sure it will be monotonous and boring for you,,believe me, dont expect much on your 1st year, just keep active and live your life there ;)
My job here is getting more challenging and i hope i could do more to help protecting the conservation forests here! you know Papua is a developing area..so u can imagine when they think conservation just a barrier of their developing process, (what a shame some ppl still think that way!) so the challenge is there and getting bigger here. Viva green Indonesia!
congrats to the new job! ....I am most interested in seeing the conservation photography and "real-life" information on forest conservation on Kalimantan.
Best regards from my temporary home in Austria.
thank you very much. It's so nice to hear from you. Actually i didn't had any time to celebrate my birthday, cause i'm having exam time. Today i had exam in chemistry. Well, i'd say it was quite ok. Hopefully...:-)
How are you doing? And how are your studies going on? Will you come again to Germany? It would be great to see you again.
Thank you for adding me. wow your activities sound great. hope that all go smoothly. btw, how is bogor? i was several months in ICRAF/CIFOR which is not so far from IPB. Great that you re there, I miss the kampung there :-). were you in Bonn? wow, congratulation, yeach pitty that we did not meet, I was pretty around by that time. Anyway, It's nice to see you here.
happy birthday,dear gista.hope, you have a nice day, lots of friends thinking at you, sunshine, a tasty cake.-)
i wish you a nice, exciting next year in your life and you knows if we will see us again in this year:-)
what are doing at the moment? are you in summer-holidays?
hope you are fine!!!
lots of birthday hugs and kisses,
Gista! Happy birthday!! Grattis på födelsedagen!
Hope you will have a totally wonderful day!
I'm in Nairobi right now, in the UNEP Tunza Global Youth Retreat together with Caitlin, Zainab and Handy. The other TYAC members left already since yesterday was the last day of our meeting. We had a good time and learned a lot while giving inputs to the next Tunza strategy.
Hope to meet you again some time!
Take care and enjoy your day!
bagaimana kabarnya? senang bisa tahu ada orang Indonesia di sini with same interest. Bagaimana dgn anak kuliah sekarang, masih tinggi idealismenya ttg konservasi? maklum..sudah aki-aki ni :-) Lets keep Indonesia green! Saya dari papua kamu dari Jakarta...wah komplit kan. cheers. Taufik
How are you? Nice to see you again.
It was such a great event, our conference. Hope we can meet us again one day. Maybe on the world youth conference...:)
How are your projects going in Indonasia?
thank you soooo much for your messages and your mail! You know, it i salways a pleasure to hear from you.
Sorry, was not able to answer yet due to a giant amount of work at university, my climate policy working group at the youth alliance and with preparing my trip to Japan.
But now I'm Toyko and it's sooooooooo great - just like a dream. I cannot believe it I'm back in Japan!!!
PS: Will send you a mail when I come back from Japan.
I work for the NAJU in Berlin and are responsible for the kids section. Right now I am working on an article about water for the NABU magazin. For that I want to ask kids all over the world what water means for them. I am missing an interview with a kid, which lives in the asia-pacific area . Could you help me? I have prepared six questions for the kids and I also need a picture.
Would be great! Regards, Meike