Entries in Indonesia (9)

Wednesday
Aug302017

Animal Profile: Komodo  Dragon

The largest lizards to roam the earth, Komodo Dragons are known for their strength, speed, and predatory dominance in their habitat. Read on for more facts about the powerful Komodo Dragon!

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Friday
Jul072017

Top 5 Awesome  Volcanoes

The geological processes which dictate volcanic activity go largely unnoticed in every-day life, and it’s only when they erupt do they demonstrate the true power of the Earth. Here are 5 of the most impressive volcanoes: 

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Friday
Jun282013

Hazardous Singapore haze result palm oil plantation fires

Singapore has been hit with vast quantities of smog, which has now become hazardous, due to the massive forest fires in Indonesia.

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Wednesday
Jun122013

Bucket List: Emma Gardner, Research and Development Intern

Emma is currently interning at Frontier London HQ in the Research & Development department.

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Friday
Mar012013

The devastating effects of the palm oil interview - Green the film by Patrick Rouxel

Green is the emotional journey of an Indonesian Orangutan, Green, and her last days after suffering as a victim of deforestation and resource exploitation.

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Thursday
Feb072013

Asia Pulp & Paper finally give in to Greenpeace Pressure

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has finally, after a decade of pressure, agreed on a new Forest Conservation Policy in order to end its part in deforestation.

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Wednesday
Jan162013

Because you only live once

If you are in a rush and only have a short amount of time but still have the travel bug and fancy something a little different then Frontier have a wide range of trips ranging from a week to only a couple of days.

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Friday
May182012

Project of the Week: Indonesia Orangutan Conservation

This week’s project of the week is the Indonesia Orangutan Conservation project. So we thought we’d take a look at this amazing country to bring you all the best things to do, see and eat... 

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Friday
Feb032012

Equator: Asia

This week Into the Wild has been on a round the world trip to the lands touched by the equatorial line. So far we’ve been through South America and Africa. Today the line of zero degrees latitude is leading us into Asia where it passes over just a small selection of Indonesian Islands – despite their small size, these lands are still jam packed with equatorial wonders.

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