“We should pay more taxes “

In my entire life, I never heard someone said consciously that He/She loves paying taxes. Study reports that every country has a complex tax system and there is always some people that have contradictory opinions with the taxes regulations in their country. The public doesn't feel like their money is being used properly by the … Continue reading “We should pay more taxes “

Intoduce Samarinda City at University of Massachusetts

Today, I got a great opportunity given by my host, Mr. Wayne Feiden. I did my presentation at his class in University of Massachusetts. I shared about my beautiful country, Indonesia, my hometown, Samarinda, and also the challenges that I have in Samarinda. I talked about the condition of the river. I showed some pictures … Continue reading Intoduce Samarinda City at University of Massachusetts

MAKING THE MOST OF ALBANY CITY GOVERNMENT’S RESOURCES

For the Budget Year 2017-2018, the City Government of Albany has adopted the 424.117 Full-Time Equivalency positions and the approved USD 189,144,900.00 budget. These figures highly speak of the dedication and commitment of its human resources and the efficient utilization of its financial resources towards balanced and sustainable economic growth, social well-being and environment protection. … Continue reading MAKING THE MOST OF ALBANY CITY GOVERNMENT’S RESOURCES

NH Drinking Water Exposition & Trade Show: Water and Wastewater Experiences in Cambodia

Honored by Mr. James Donison from the Town of Hooksett, I was invited to make a joint-presentation with him about a brief introduction of Cambodia before he started presenting his topic of "water and Wastewater Experiences in Cambodia" upon his visit and research in Cambodia last year as a YSEALI rebound fellow. In a room fully … Continue reading NH Drinking Water Exposition & Trade Show: Water and Wastewater Experiences in Cambodia

Environmental sustainability thru watershed management needs more meetings, planning and field works: Omaha, Nebraska experiences

Ensuring a successful implementation of the watershed management project is building a close working relationship with other agencies and partners in the area. This is one thing I've observed and learnt in our day to day meetings in the office of the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District (P-MRNRD). I was involved in several meetings in … Continue reading Environmental sustainability thru watershed management needs more meetings, planning and field works: Omaha, Nebraska experiences