Climate governance Indonesia
As of: January 2021
As a signatory party to the Paris Agreement, Indonesia has committed to upholding the goals of this treaty. This project is helping the Indonesian government achieve a sound climate policy to fulfil these obligations by strengthening its competencies in this policy area. The project is also helping the government to develop the expertise, structures and institutions that it needs in order to embed climate policy into national legislation. One key focus of the project is to involve and support non-party stakeholders such as non-governmental organisations and universities.
State of implementation/results
- From 24 to 26 April 2019, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) hosted the Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop 2019 of the Partnership on Transparency in the Paris Agreement. 40 representatives from 18 Asian countries exchanged views on reporting in the context of the Extended Transparency Framework and the monitoring of progress in NDC implementation. The project supported the Partnership on Transparency in the Paris Agreement in the organisation of the event.
- In July 2019, KLHK organized an international workshop of the Coral Triangle Initiative with participants from 6 countries and various relevant institutions in Indonesia.
- With the support of the project, BMU and the Indonesian Ministry for National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) invited to the 2nd IKI Interface Workshop. This workshop took place in the context of the BMU's visit to Indonesia and was attended by more than 120 participants from 21 national and international project implementing organisations and 20 political partner institutions.
- Training for senior negotiators of the climate delegation in preparation for the 25th climate conference in Mad-rid, 11-12 September.
- The project supported the Ministry of Environment and Forestry in organising a climate festival to raise public awareness. This took place from 2 to 4 October 2019.