About the Platform

The Green Growth Program Indonesia is implemented jointly by the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) and the Government of Indonesia through the Ministry of National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas). The Program, officially known as ’GoI-GGGI Green Growth Program’ is led by Bappenas and involves a number of national ministries and sub-national governments (the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs and National Council on Special Economic Zones, Provincial Government of Kalimantan Tengah and Kalimantan Timur). 

To ensure the quality and direction of the program of work, a multi-stakeholder steering committee was established in 2014 through a Bappenas Ministerial Decree. The steering committee oversees the program’s strategic direction and is chaired by BAPPENAS and comprises of representatives of government agencies, private sector associations, and civil society organizations together with several prominent individuals. This direction is closely aligned with the national medium-term development plan (RPJMN), which is guided and coordinated by BAPPENAS. 

The GoI-GGGI Green Growth Program’s day-to-day operations are jointly managed by GGGI and Bappenas, under the Directorate of Energy, Mineral and Mining Resource at the Deputy of Maritime and Natural Resources Affairs. GGGI and each key partners’ institutions have provided dedicated staff and consultants as well as assigned focal points to the activity implementation of the program. A Joint Secretariat Office has been established in Jakarta, run by GGGI and Bappenas. 

The Indonesia Green Growth Knowledge Platform was established as part of the GoI-GGGI Green Growth Program. The purpose of this platform is to disseminate and promote strategies and knowledge to integrate green growth goals, concepts, methods, tools, and practices into development planning. The Platform finished assembled work is owned by or licensed to Bappenas and is managed by the Program’s Joint Secretariat with approval and clearance from Bappenas as the focal point ministry of the Program.  GGGI is not the owner of the Platform and GGGI does not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, content, completeness, legality or reliability of the information contained on the Platform.  

About the Program

Green Growth Program supports Indonesia in achieving green growth that simultaneously achieves poverty reduction, social inclusion, environmental sustainability and resource efficiency.

The Government of Indonesia (GoI) has set a goal to become one of the top ten largest economies in the world by 2025, and recognizes that to achieve this goal in a socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable way, Indonesia will need to shift from its traditional growth model toward a green growth pathway.

The joint GoI and GGGI goal is:

"Indonesia achieves green growth that is socially inclusive, environmentally sustainable and resource efficient." 

To achieve this goal, the Program Phase I (2013 - 2015) is delivered under three components:

  1. Comp 1: Green Growth mainstreamed in planning processes, with three sub-components; 1A) mainstreaming Green Growth in the overall planning process; 1B) mainstreaming Green Growth in the MP3EI/Capital Projects; and 1C) driving investment towards green technologies or often referred to as GIMS (green industry mapping strategy)
  2. Comp 2: REDD+ for Green Growth; and
  3. Comp 3: prioritizing and implementing Green Growth at provincial and district levels (Central and East Kalimantan)
  4. Capacity building is cross-cutting

The Phase II Program (2016 - 2019) has four focus sectors:

  1. Energy
  2. Sustainable Landscapes
  3. Infrastructure in Special Economic Zones
  4. Cross Sectoral

The overall objectives of this program are to develop strategies to integrate green growth goals, concepts, methods, tools, and practices into development planning, identify short, medium, and long term needs to design, plan, and implement interventions that can drive green growth and generate capacity, tools and case studies to facilitate the mainstreaming of green growth into national socio-economic development planning.

 

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