Youth Climate Conference 2024

Background Children born in 2020 will experience natural disasters 3.4 times more often than their grandparents born in 1960 according to Save the Children's 2020 study. These natural disasters will be linked to climate change, such as heatwaves, droughts, forest fires, flooding and crop failure. These conditions pose a serious threat to the environment that…

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The Implementation of Bali NZE 2045 Through The Utilization of Renewable Energy in Bali With a Customary Village and Administrative Village Approach

Denpasar, May 29, 2024 - According to the data from the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS), Bali Province is recorded to have 1495 customary villages and 637 administrative villages. Traditional wealth and culture are still deeply ingrained in Balinese society. As a manifestation of initiatives towards achieving Net Zero Emission (NZE) 2045 in Bali Province,…

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Driving the Energy Transition Through Research

Jakarta, June 24, 2024 - The energy transition towards using more environmentally friendly energy resources is a significant challenge faced by many countries worldwide, including Indonesia. Research is vital for understanding, planning, and implementing the necessary changes in this endeavor. This was revealed by Faris Adnan Padhilah, Research Coordinator of the Management Section for Energy…

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Workshop and Capacity Building for Civil Society Organizations (CSO) Phase 2

Workshop on New Technologies in the Energy Transition Stage of the Draft RPJPN 2025-2045 with Civil Society Organizations Phase 2: Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Battery Storage System (BESS), Carbon Capture Storage (CCS), and Retirement Plan for Steam Power Plant (PLTU) Background In the draft National Long-Term Development Plan (RPJPN) 2025-2045, the Indonesian government outlines…

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Electric Vehicles Can Reduce Carbon Emissions in the Transportation Sector

Jakarta, June 7, 2024 - The Government should take more robust measures to promote the reduction of carbon emissions in the land transportation sector. Transportation is one of Indonesia's significant greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions sources. This was revealed by Faris Adnan Padhilah, Research Coordinator of the Energy Demand Management Section, Institute for Essential Services Reform…

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Workshop and Capacity Building for Media Phase 2

Recording Phase 2 Background Indonesia, the world's largest archipelago, is faced with two major crises: climate change and the energy crisis. The impact of climate change is increasingly felt with the increasing frequency of natural disasters, such as floods, landslides and droughts. On the other hand, the energy crisis is characterized by a high dependence…

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Anticipating Fossil Energy Stranded Assets

Jakarta, May 31, 2024 - In the face of the climate crisis, the world is increasingly advocating for using renewable energy and pushing for reducing fossil fuel development and usage, particularly coal-fired power plants, which are significant contributors to carbon emissions. As a result, stakeholders must be prepared for the possibility of stranded assets in…

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Workshop and Capacity Building for Media Phase 1

Recording Tahap 1 Background Indonesia, the world's largest archipelago, is faced with two major crises: climate change and the energy crisis. The impact of climate change is increasingly felt with the increasing frequency of natural disasters, such as floods, landslides and droughts. On the other hand, the energy crisis is characterized by a high dependence…

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