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Environment Protection: Indonesia’s Current Action on Climate Change – Environment

Environmental Protection: Indonesia's Current Action On Climate Change - Environment


Environment Protection: Indonesia’s Current Action on Climate Change

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The Indonesian Government was updated 21 April 2021
Indonesia’s Nationally Determined contribution
(“NDCSubmitted in 2016, through
Letter No. B-272/M/S/HK.09/04/2021. NDC includes climate-related
Objectives for greenhouse gas emission reductions
Climate-related policies and measures of governments
Change as their contributions to achieving global targets
You can find the Paris Agreement.

President Joko Woldodo died in November 2021.
(“President Jokowi“”) attended the UN
Climate Change Conference or COP26, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 31
October 12, 2021. President Jokowi mentioned
There are several key points to remember about Indonesia’s role in the globalization of Indonesian culture.
Climate change

The following table lists the key points about Indonesia’s economy.
Updated NDC and President Jokowi’s statements at COP26


NDC in Indonesia

Statement of President Jokowi on COP26

Forestry Sector

1. Restore 2 (two million) hectares
Peatland and rehabilitation for 12 million hectares degraded

1. In 2020, forest fires declined by 82 (eighty two) percent

2. The rehabilitation of 3 million hectares worth of critical lands was completed
Between 2010 and 2019

3. The rehabilitation of 600,000.00 hectares of mangroves
Forests up to 2024

Energy Sector

1. To achieve primary energy supply by 2025 or 2050
The following shares are available:

  1. Minimum 23% of the energy mix must be made up of renewable and new energy.
    2025, at least 31% of the new and renewable energy in energy
    Mix by 2050
  2. In the energy mix, less than 25% of crude oil (petroleum), is included.
    2025: Less than 20% crude oil (petroleum), in the energy mix
    By 2050
  3. A minimum of 30% coal in 2025’s energy mix, and a minimum
    25% coal in energy mix by 2050
  1. d) At least 22% natural gas in the energy mix by 2020.
    By 2050, there should be at least 24% natural gas in the energy mix

1. Development of the electric car ecosystem

2. Construction of the largest solar power station in Southeast

3. Utilization of renewable energy and new sources

4. Industrial development based on clean energy;

5. Development of the largest green industrial area in the world
Located in North Borneo

According to some reports, President Jokowi is completing the draft of
Presidential Regulation on Carbon Pricing Instruments, with the aim to
Encourage businesses to get involved in reducing carbon emissions
Each of their business activities should be in line with the
applicable emission standard. Additional information:
Ministry of Finance also plans to impose tax/levies (“Carbon”)
Taxes) on entities that purchase carbon-contained goods and/or
Activities that generate carbon emissions will be prohibited.
put into effect in 2022.

This article is intended as a general overview.
guide to the subject matter Expert advice should be sought
Learn more about your particular circumstances.


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