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Indonesia has experienced stable economic growth over the past decade, transforming the country into one of the largest economies in Asia. At the same time, the government recognises that further action is needed to address poverty, inequality, unemployment and environmental degradation. Accordingly, the Indonesian government is working to incorporate sustainability policies and emission reduction activities into its national plans and targets. Indonesia joined PAGE in 2018 and is now a Continuing Country.
PAGE work in Indonesia is currently aligned to the following SDGs: SDG 7 (Affordable & Clean Energy); SDG 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth); SDG 9 (Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure), SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production); SDG 13 (Climate Action) and SDG 17 (Partnership for the Goals).
ILO and its partners conducted in September, the Green Jobs Forum in Manado, North Sulawesi, to facilitate the transition towards a green and blue economy with a focus on sustainable tourism in the region.
Launch of the call for proposal of the “National Youth Ideathon” on “Better Management of Food Loss and Waste to Support Green & Circular Economy” in July. PAGE Indonesia received a total of 289 group and individual proposals. Three winners were announced in October.
Release of the ILO Green Jobs and Just Transition Policy Readiness Assessment in the Energy Sector in Indonesia.
PAGE Indonesia contributed to the debate on circularity to gear action for accelerating the green economic transformation at COP27.
The G20 Leader Summit (Bali, Indonesia, 15-16 November) delivered the G20 Bali Leaders Declaration, which includes references to the green and blue economy. PAGE supported the Development Working Group (DWG) throughout the Indonesian presidency of the G20.
Indonesia launches its Green Economy Index at G20. The Index was launched by the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) – the focal agency for PAGE. The index builds on PAGE’s Green Economy Progress Index methodology. Among other targets, the country now aims to create 1.8 mil green jobs.
PAGE Indonesia completed a Policy Scoping Assessment in West Java Province on Food Loss and Waste.
PAGE conducted Rapid Assessments of the Green Stimulus Package for National Economic Recovery in energy and waste sectors.
Launch of a semester-long Inclusive Green Economy Modelling course for university students in Indonesia.
Online workshop on “Learning and Skills Development for Green Recovery: Building Back Better with Low Carbon Development in Indonesia”
Development of LCDI energy sub-model commenced
Green economy stocktaking study report released
Kick-off meetings in West Java and Bali for PAGE’s support to the regional LCDI Implementation
Green Economy Learning Assessment commenced
Provincial LCDI macro system dynamics model completed and presented to key stakeholders
Rapid Assessment on Green Stimulus in energy, waste and industry sectors commenced
Report on “Low Carbon Development: A Paradigm Shift Towards a Green Economy in Indonesia” launched with inputs provided by PAGE on LCDI policy scenarios
A Framework for LCDI Phase 2 developed, including a role sharing matrix
Validation workshop for the Green Industry and Trade Pre-Assessment held
Four day introductory training on Low Carbon Development, System Thinking, System Dynamics Modelling and Red-cluw held
Draft green economy stocktaking study completed
Indonesia joins PAGE
Kick-off meeting held providing an overview on the RPJMN
PAGE Inception Workshop held to inform PAGE support
Indonesia Developing West Java’s Enabling Environment and Banking Needs Assessment to Drive Green Finance2021
Indonesia Green Economy Index2022
Indonesia Low Carbon Development – A Paradigm Shift Towards a Green Economy2019
Indonesia Policy Reform to Reduce Food Loss and Waste and Support Low Carbon Development in West Java2021
Indonesia Rapid Assessment on the Effectiveness Of Green Stimulus in the Waste Sector2021
Indonesia Green Economy Learning Assessment2021
Green jobs and just transition policy readiness assessment in the energy sector in Indonesia – ILO2023
Modelling and comparing the employment impacts of COVID-19 crisis and recovery policies in Indonesia2022