A balance in economic development and conservation that requires appropriate management strategies based on science, and good management that is responsive to changes in the era of globalization.
Everything we do is about making a truly positive impact on the planet. We have aligned our vision with Goal 14 of the United Nations Sustainable Development campaign. By contributing to conservation both on a small scale, we continue to awaken the mind so that we can continue to connect with nature which will be used properly and sustainably.
We envision an environtmentally-educated and independent Indonesian community, with a flourishing and diverse ecosystem
To empower the Indonesian community to conserve and protect the Riau Archipelago by :
Preserving the marine / coastal areas, island environtment, and local wildlife
Growing community activities and action as a forum decision-making
Board of Trustee - Chair
Jatna Supriatna serves as the chairman of the Research Center for Climate Change at the University of Indonesia (RCCC UI), where he works closely with the research community on climate change problems at a national and international level. Mr. Jatna is also the CEO of the non-profit organisation, United in Diversity Forum (YUID), a group that contributes to a united and peaceful Indonesia, encouraging synergy amongst the diverse constituents of Indonesia’s society and the international community.
Board of Trustee - Vice Chair
Dr. Sri Mariati is vice chair of the Board of Trustees of The Ecology Foundation is a non-profit organization that was established on August 22, 2019 with the aim of supporting government programs in the protection and preservation of the ecosystems of islands in Indonesia.
She was a speaker at the international Climate Change Conference at COP 22 in Marrakesh Morocco, COP 23 in Bonn-Germany, COP 24 in Katowice-Poland, and COP 25 in Madrid-Spain.
Educational background Completed Doctoral/S3 Studies in Environmental Sciences at the University of Indonesia with a Cumlaude predicate, a Masters in Environmental Sciences at Andalas University, Padang, and S1 in Marine Sciences from UNRI-Riau.
She has 25 years of work experience, including in international NGOs at Conservation International Indonesia as Terrestrial Director, and at WWF Indonesia for 12 years. To devote his knowledge to teaching, he teaches at the Postgraduate Trisakti School of Tourism.
Agung Dhamar Syakti
Board of Supervisory - Member
The Ecology Foundation takes on the role of civil society in local, regional and global environmental governance related to environmental condition assessment and monitoring compliance with environmental regulations as well as advocating for environmental justice. As an advisor, I always remind Ecology that it must focus on SDGs-14 related to the "Small Islands" Issue (Pseudo-SDGs). -13)