Indonesia’s Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) shows that recent heavy rains, which led to puddles, floods and landslides, are also affected by climate change.
Indonesian government has targeted for energy sector to contribute 11 percent or 314 million tons of CO2. Nevertheless, there is a gap policy between fossil fuel and renewable energy.
Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund or ICCTF has been funding 76 projects of land based mitigation, adaptation and energy throughout the country.
In the effort to tackle climate change, there’s still lack of involvement from indigenous peoples to manage natural resources in Indonesia.
Climate change finance for cities, specifically in Kupang city, revealed that coastal cities were vulnerable to impacts of climate change.
Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) said that Paris Agreement ratification, which recently a law, is the manifest of state’s political responsibility to reduce climate change impacts.
Senior official on Wednesday (28/9) confirmed Indonesia’s delegation will comprise of eight to ten teams with a total of 60 negotiators to upcoming climate change conference in Marrakesh, Morocco, this November.
Indonesia will bring three important missions at high level meetings on climate change under United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Marrakesh, Morocco.