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Tempo | Indonesia Faces Risk of Spike in Carbon Emissions

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The Climate Transparency 2021 report considers Indonesia’s Nationally Determined Contribution target to be inadequate to meet the Paris agreement. The Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) Green Economy Program Manager, Lisa Wijayani, said that the government should design more ambitious targets for reducing carbon and greenhouse gas emissions.

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