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Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is known as green or clean energy. because it does not produce toxins or pollutants that are harmful to the environment. Besides this energy is always available at the well preserved nature. One of the programs and YPAL  [ detail..]

Conservation of Species

One in every four animal species on this planet are threatened with extinction due to habitat loss / degradation, overexploitation, pollution, diseases, invasive alien species, increasing human population and the threat of climate change. T [ detail..]

Community Development

Community development is a long-term approach to build active and sustainable communities based on social justice and mutual respect. In addition, about changing power structures to remove barriers that prevent people from participating in  [ detail..]

Environmental Education

Environmental education is a process for developing awareness, concern and knowledge about the environment and learn to use this understanding to preserve, protect and utilize the environment in a sustainable manner for the benefit of prese [ detail..]

YPAL Updates

Welcome to our website,

Bandung, 02 July 2012

YPAL as a non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the field of environment and nature conservation, which is concerned with a variety of environmental and nature conservation issues arising from the impact of human activity that ignores nature and not environmentally sound.
Starting from penyadarantahuan activities, advocacy, networking, and community empowerment by empowering one of them needs a sustainable and renewable energy for communities in the conservation area. The aim of all our programs is to create a socially just society and environment, free from all forms of exploitation between human and natural resources, as well as to enhance the dignity of human life on the basis of equality, openness, dignity and harmony with nature.
We realize the importance of socialization activities Alam Lestari Foundation for the Natives, it is expected that this website can help people and anyone to get information about the activities we do.

Latest Activities

Status, Distribution, Population, Ecology and Conservation of Javan Hawk-eagle Spizaetus bartelsi Stresemann, 1924. On Southern West Java Indonesia.


YPAL Partners

YPAL Network
RAIN Raptor Indonesia

Pusat Informasi Lingkungan Indonesia

Cikananga Wildlife Center Sukabumi

ARRCN (Asian Raptor Research and Conservation Network )

Jaringan Pendidikan Lingkungan (JPL)

Raptor Center Indonesia

BICONS ( Bird Conservation Society )

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