Indonesia’s Updated NDC for a Climate Resilient Future

Amid a year of global economic contraction due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Indonesia has boldened its climate commitments through an Updated NDC—recently submitted to the UNFCCC on 22 July 2021—with fair emissions reduction targets and strengthened alignment between the country’s climate and development objectives. This comes after more than a year of extensive multi-stakeholder reviews and consultation processes under the helm of the Directorate General of Climate Change of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (DGCC MoEF) of the Republic of Indonesia.

From Green Growth Theory to Actions in the Phase 3

Since 2013, the Government of Indonesia through the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas) as the Executing Unit, has collaborated with GGGI to mainstream green growth in Indonesia. The collaboration program, titled the Green Growth Program, went through the first phase from 2013 to 2015, and the second phase from 2016 up to the end of 2020.

Green Growth Talk with Bappenas’ SDEMP Director

Looking back at the implementation of the Green Growth Program Phase II which just ended at the end of 2020, GGGI had a casual chat with Dr. Ir. Yahya Rachmana Hidayat, MSc., Bappenas’ Director of Energy, Mineral, and Mining Resources (SDEMP).

The Green Growth Program Phase II Milestones

Indonesia’s Green Growth Program Phase 2 (GGP2, 2016-2020) ended at the end of 2020. What milestones were successfully realized together through the collaboration between the Government of Indonesia and GGGI?

The Environmental Economic Instrument (IELH) for Low GHG Emissions Regional Development Planning

The Environmental Economic Instrument (IELH) is an effort to control and preserve the environment and to support the commitment of low GHG emissions development. To introduce the concept, context and implementation mechanism of IELH, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF), supported by GGGI, held an IELH Seminar on August 24-25, 2021, by online.

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