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INDONESIA - JAPAN 60th ANNIVERSARY SEMINAR FOR FOREST SECTOR Changing Paradigm of Forestry Policy in Indonesia: “Toward Promotion of Community-based Sustainable Forest Management”
Budi Prasetyo
- Major source of log production in Indonesia has shifted from logging concession (mainly Meranti) to industrial tree plantations (mainly Acacia) and tree-farming (mainly Sengon) in past two decades. - Natural forest logging concession can produce valuable logs and maintain high levels of biodiversity. Continued efforts are needed to achieve...
International Workshop on Clean Energy Development in Asian Cities (Learning From Real Cases)
The main objective of this workshop was set to address the case studies of successful clean energy solutions in Asian cities (India, China and Japan) with a special focus on: 1) How clean energy planning contributes to urban resilience and sustainability? 2) Which initiatives are most promising? What are their policy implications? 3) What is the...
Reporting Session for JCM Feasibility Studies in FY2015 in Bogor Indonesia on Feb. 22 2016
Background The Energy Law No. 30/2007 section Energy Conservation (Article 25) stipulates that energy conservation is the responsibility of all energy users including the Government, the regional government, business entities, and the community. As a derivative regulation of the Energy Law, on 16 November 2009, the Government Regulation No. 70/2009...
International Symposium on Eco City Bogor on March 17th 2016
Many countries have become locked into fossil-fuel dependent energy systems. A rapidly developing Indonesia could follow a similar path. A cost-effective option for diverging from this path is energy conservation. Significant savings can be achieved in the residential sector by changing energy user behaviors; or increasing energy efficiencies in...
Reporting Session for JCM Feasibility Studies in FY2014 in Jakarta, Indonesia February 11th 2016
Feasibility studies were conducted in Bandung Indonesia for two sectors. Energy and Waste. This feasibility study was conducted in Bandung City to seek ways to reduce GHGs and conduct energy savings. Three types of technologies were considered: efficient water-cooled chillers as a replacement to conventional air-cooled chillers; LED lighting inside...

Governing Sustainable Transport in Indonesia: A Comparative Analysis of Provincial NAMAs

Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (SEEPS)
The presentation showcased research conducted by IGES-IPSS on Indonesia's plans for low-carbon transport. Local level transport actions were contrasted with good practice approaches in literature and variations in provincial performance was discussed.