Indonesia Submits Plan on How it Will Spend $20 Billion on Clean Energy Transition
By Victoria Milko
The Just Energy Transition Partnership aims to accelerate the country's transition to renewable energy over the coming decade.
Indonesia’s Just Energy Transition Must Be Transparent and Green
By Andri Prasetiyo and Nabilla Gunawan
At the moment, most of Indonesia’s energy demands are still met with dirty fossil fuels.
Indonesia’s Drowning Land
By Garry Lotulung
Sea level rises are often spoken about as a potential future impact of climate change. But on the Indonesian island of Java, they are already threatening millions.
UN: Climate Change to Uproot Millions, Especially in Asia
By Victoria Milko and Julie Watson
Asia leads the world in the number of people being displaced by extreme weather.
Indonesia’s Participation at COP26
By Noto Suoneto and Gracia Paramitha
From deforestation to coal use, Indonesia was in the spotlight during the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
Indonesia’s Climate Commitments Ahead of the COP-26 Summit
By Noto Suoneto
The upcoming climate summit offers President Joko Widodo an opportunity to realize his vision of Indonesia as a “bridge builder” and global problem solver.
Jakarta Floods: Yet Another Reminder of Indonesia’s Capital Woes?
By Luke Hunt
The recent incident once again highlighted the woes facing the capital city amid plans to shift it.
The Other Country Crucial to Global Climate Goals: Indonesia
By Nithin Coca
If things don’t change, the world’s most ignored big emitter could be the one that dooms the global climate.
The Paris Agreement: Can Indonesia Be The Next Brazil?
By Grace Tjandra
Brazil’s dropping GHG emissions are linked to its efforts to reduce deforestation, something Indonesia may want to emulate.
Indonesia Could Run Out of Coal By 2033: Study
By Prashanth Parameswaran
A new report finds that the country’s coal reserves could be depleted in the next two or three decades.