Grace Susetyo

ABOUT THE WRITER

Grace Susetyo is a freelance journalist and CSO consultant based in South Tangerang, Indonesia. She has written for the Jakarta Globe and Indonesia Expat. During a year as a reporter for BeritaSatu TV (2012), Grace field produced in-depth reports on Greater Jakarta's water supply and rail transportation, and received an AJI-ILO fellowship to produce a documentary about a day in the life of a child laborer in West Java's footwear industry. Grace completed a Master of Development Studies from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, which included fieldwork research in Timika, Papua, and a thesis on reclaiming the social capital of indigenous Amungme affected by the mining industry's presence.

By this writer
It’s not too late to reverse climate change, but the clock is ticking
16 May 2019

Zero-emission commitment and personal pleas for change made at GLF Kyoto Act II

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For 30 years and counting, Peg Putt gets the truth on paper
9 May 2019

Conservation advocate dispels myths on pulp and paper industry

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15 ways to use behavioral science in sustainability
7 May 2019

From overcoming cognitive biases to designing campaigns

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Q+A: How Impactum engages West African cocoa farmers to help mitigate climate change
8 Sep 2018

Tree ownership advocacy

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Greenpop Malawi tea project conserves soil, water and forests
25 Aug 2018

Empowering environmental stewardship

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Q+A: CIFOR landscape games feature at Indonesia’s Sustainable Districts Festival
8 Aug 2018

Instructive role playing

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Indonesia’s Sustainable Districts Festival hosts innovation forum in support of green growth
24 Jul 2018

Strategic focus

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Seeking high-tech innovations for sustainable fashion
1 Jun 2018

Innovative new opportunities

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Q+A: Challenges of producing and marketing sustainable fashion in Indonesia
30 May 2018

Cleaner batik dyes

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Transforming the fashion industry to meet U.N. sustainability targets
24 May 2018

Climate smart clothing

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Q+A: Indonesian community enterprises partner to realize U.N. development goals through fashion
24 May 2018

Preserving ikat tradition

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Indonesia’s indigenous schools initiate participatory conservation
22 May 2018

Learning cultural traditions

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Curb urban sprawl, conserve forest watershed to benefit flood-prone Jakarta
21 Mar 2018

Development should be compact

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