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Tribun | Indonesia needs to hold fast to the NDC to build climate resilience

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Executive Director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) Fabby Tumiwa said the energy sector still depends on coal. According to the Ministry of Energy, 80% of electrical energy still depends on coal. Fabby added that coal contributes 40% to global emissions. This dependence on coal needs to be reduced. Indonesia needs to make an energy transition from dirty energy to green energy.

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