RE-ACT: Supporting Indonesia in Accelerating Renewable Energy Transition

Indonesia is facing multiple challenges to meet its increasing energy demand, provide equitable access to electricity and realize its commitment to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. To achieve emission reduction targets by 2030 (29% unconditionally, and up to 41% with international assistance compared to the Business as Usual scenario) as stated in the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), as well as the 23% renewable energy mix target by 2025 and 31% by 2050, Indonesia will have to focus on a broad range of options in the energy sector.

We Can Contribute to a Better World by Promoting and Advancing Green Growth

GGGI’s 10th Session of the Assembly and 14th Session of the Council (Joint Session) took place in two parts, E-Consultations on October 11-22 and Hybrid Meeting on October 28, 2021. Indonesia was re-elected as the GGGI Council member for the period of 2022-2023.

Capacity Building in East Kalimantan Province through Partnership with Mulawarman University of Samarinda

Involvement of universities is very important to manage knowledge and skills in a particular region, ensuring the knowledge and skills to stay within the region and can be developed continuously.

Climate Festival Invites Communities to Participate and Safeguard Climate Actions

The Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) supported by GGGI held the annual Climate Festival 2021.

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.

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