The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has commissioned Witteveen+Bos to conduct a study of the ecosystem services provided by the rainforest of Borneo.
Sulawesi, formerly known as Celebes, is the third largest island of the Indonesian archipelago. It has very varied scenery, including mountains, volcanic ridges, rain forests and magnificent rice terraces.
Singapore’s Land Transport Authority has commissioned Witteveen+Bos South-East Asia to conduct a groundborne noise and vibration study for the eastern leg of the Cross Island Line (CRLe).
Witteveen+Bos is working on the Abidjan Sustainable Urban Development project in Ivory Coast.
Pulau Seribu is an island group off the coast of Jakarta. Its ecology is under severe pressure due to pollution, over-fishing and tourism. Since 2014, Witteveen+Bos has supported the Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN) which runs a Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre on the island of
The 'Building with Nature' project in Demak, a region of central Java, has been in progress for two years. Local residents are building a series of permeable dams around their villages.
Specialists in hydrodynamics and morphology have produced a computer model of the entire coastline of Ghana. It shows water levels and currents at any given location and how they are influenced by waves, wind and tides.
After 15 years of preliminary, conceptual and detailed designs, advice on tender documents and assistance by Witteveen+Bos in obtaining permits, construction of the first Kapuk Naga Indah (KNI) island in Jakarta Bay started in 2012. The artificial island has almost reached its