The Government of Indonesia (GoI) and GGGI signed the Indonesia Country Planning Framework (CPF) on October 10, 2022. The CPF represents the two parties’ commitment to climate action and sustainable development, focusing on Green Investments, Green Growth and Climate Action, Sustainable Forests, Renewable Energy, and Green Industries.
In addition, with less strategic priority but within the scope of the Green Growth Program, GGGI may also work on other Programmatic Solutions, including Climate Resilient Agriculture, Coastal Resilience, Waste Management, and Green Buildings.
These programmatic solutions were chosen to assist the GoI in meeting and exceeding Indonesia’s NDC targets and national green growth goals as outlined in Indonesia’s Medium-Term National Development Plan (RPJMN) 2020-2024, Indonesia’s Low Carbon Development Initiative (LCDI), and the country’s commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These programmatic solutions stand out as critical areas of support that GGGI is well-positioned to deliver by focusing on: effective policymaking and planning to drive the transition to a green growth model; mobilizing public and private investment in sustainable and inclusive projects; and enhancing the capacity of government and key institutional actors to develop and implement green growth policies, plans, and attract investments.
The CPF 2021-2025 builds on the successful GoI-GGGI collaboration under the previous 5-year CPF (2016-2020). Altogether, from 2016-2020, GGGI assisted in preparing more than 50 policies, plans, and regulations and in mobilizing commitments of more than USD 220 million in results-based payments from the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) Carbon Fund, the Green Climate Fund (GCF), and others. These achievements have contributed positively to the GoI target to reduce GHG emissions, mobilize green investments, and create green jobs while maintaining a stable economic growth rate of around 4-5 percent per year (2015-2019).
The GGGI Indonesia country program has been made possible through the generous support of the Government of Norway.
Click here to read GGGI’s Indonesia Country Planning Framework.