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2021 Annual Report

Indonesia has experienced stable economic growth over the past decade, transforming the country into one of the largest economies in Asia, however, further action is still needed to address poverty, inequality, unemployment and environmental degradation. In 2017, the government launched the Low Carbon Development Initiative (LCDI) – a non-siloed approach to achieve low-carbon development, sustainable natural resource management and poverty alleviation while maintaining economic growth. 

Aligned with the LCDI, Indonesia joined PAGE in 2018 to transform its economy into a driver of sustainability and social inclusion — addressing development and environmental challenges at the national and sub-national level. With the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas) as the key implementing partner, PAGE is supporting the implementation of the LCDI policy in priority sectors with a focus on the energy, waste management and circular economy, and green industry in line with the National Medium-term Development Plan 2020-2024. 

In addition to facilitating the implementation of these national policies, in 2021 PAGE provided technical inputs for Indonesia’s Green Recovery Roadmap, developed to help mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 and is conducting targeted green economy recovery activities on food loss and waste policy reform.

  • Green Recovery

    Indonesia identified circular economy as a key area to promote the country’s efforts green recovery through its ‘Build Back Better with Low Carbon Development […]

  • At the start of 2021, PAGE conducted Rapid Assessments of the Green Stimulus Package for National Economic Recovery in energy […]

  • PAGE Indonesia completed a Policy Scoping Assessment in West Java Province on Food Loss and Waste (FLW) to inform regional […]

  • To support the development of green finance in the West Java Province, PAGE completed an assessment of the enabling environment, […]

  • PAGE Indonesia supported the implementation of low carbon development policy at the subnational level in West Java […]

  • The webinar “Learning and Skills Development for Green Recovery: Building Back Better with Low Carbon Development in […]

  • PAGE worked with the University of Indonesia (UI), the Indonesia Expert Network on Climate Change and Forestry and Environment Institute […]

  • 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). 

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