Overall Objective

GGGI’s role and objective in Indonesia is to assist the Government of Indonesia in delivering green growth by developing capacity, driving investment and designing green projects with social, environmental and economic benefits for the people of Indonesia.

Phase 3 of the collaborative Green Growth Program (GGP3 2021-2025) between the Government of Indonesia (GoI) and GGGI, is tailored around the GoI’s own development priorities and targets established in Indonesia’s Medium-term National Development Plan (RPJMN 2021-2024). GGP3 is designed to specifically support the implementation of the Indonesia’s Nationally Determined Contribution to the UNFCCC climate targets (NDC) and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The following priorities stand out as critical areas of support under GGP3:

> Catalyzing and accelerating access to climate finance; green investments for Indonesia’s economic development

> Supporting Indonesia in strengthening policy, planning and the regulatory frameworks and institutional capacity to achieve green growth

> Achieving sustainable and circular bioeconomy while securing healthy natural ecosystems (forests, peatlands, watersheds, and coastal resilience).

Further strategic direction is taken from Indonesia’s Low-Carbon Development initiative (LCDI), led by Bappenas, including for demonstration programs in GGP3’s six focal provinces (Central Kalimantan, South Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, North Kalimantan, Papua and West Papua) and in signature landscapes within those provinces. GGGI may occasionally provide support in other provinces at the specific request of national and provincial authorities.

The table below summarizes the proposed strategic outcome targets under the RPJMN (2020-2024).

Peran dan tujuan GGGI di Indonesia adalah membantu Pemerintah Indonesia dalam mewujudkan pertumbuhan ekonomi hijau dengan mengembangkan kapasitas, mendorong investasi, dan merancang proyek-proyek hijau yang memiliki manfaat sosial, lingkungan, dan ekonomi bagi masyarakat Indonesia.

Program Pertumbuhan Hijau Fase 3 (Green Growth Program Phase 3/GGP3 2021-2025) yang merupakan program kolaboratif antara Pemerintah Indonesia dan GGGI, disesuaikan dengan prioritas dan target pembangunan yang ditetapkan oleh Pemerintah Indonesia dalam Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional Indonesia (RPJMN 2021-2024). GGP3 dirancang untuk secara khusus mendukung implementasi Kontribusi yang Ditetapkan Secara Nasional (Nationally Determined Contribution/NDC) untuk target iklim UNFCCC dan pencapaian Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan (TPB).

Prioritas berikut ditekankan sebagai area dukungan kritis di bawah GGP3:

> Mengkatalisasi dan mempercepat akses ke pendanaan iklim; investasi hijau untuk pembangunan ekonomi Indonesia

> Mendukung Indonesia dalam memperkuat kebijakan, perencanaan dan kerangka peraturan serta kapasitas kelembagaan untuk mencapai pertumbuhan hijau

> Mewujudkan bioekonomi yang berkelanjutan dan melingkar, sekaligus mengamankan ekosistem alam yang sehat (hutan, lahan gambut, daerah aliran sungai, dan ketahanan pesisir).

Arahan strategis lebih lanjut diambil dari inisiatif Pembangunan Rendah Karbon Indonesia (Low Carbon Development InitiativeIndonesia/LCDI), yang dipimpin oleh Bappenas, termasuk untuk program percontohan di enam provinsi yang menjadi fokus GGP3 (Kalimantan Tengah, Kalimantan Selatan, Kalimantan Timur, Kalimantan Utara, Papua dan Papua Barat) dan juga dalam lanskap khas di masing-masing provinsi. GGGI terkadang dapat memberikan dukungan di provinsi lain atas permintaan khusus dari otoritas nasional dan provinsi.

Tabel di bawah ini merangkum usulan Target Capaian Strategis (Strategic Outcome Targets) dalam RPJMN (2020-2024).

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Strategic Outcome Targets

Economic growth rate per year 5.7-6.0%
Poverty rate 6.0-7.0%
Overall GHG emissions reduction 27.3%
Forest cover: protection (Mha) 65
Forest cover: production (Mha) 36
Restoration of peatlands (ha y-1) 330,000
Restoration of other ecosystems (ha y-1) 420,000
Share of RE in primary energy mix 19.5%

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Peran dan tujuan GGGI di Indonesia adalah membantu Pemerintah Indonesia dalam mewujudkan pertumbuhan ekonomi hijau dengan mengembangkan kapasitas, mendorong investasi, dan merancang proyek-proyek hijau yang memiliki manfaat sosial, lingkungan, dan ekonomi bagi masyarakat Indonesia.

Program Pertumbuhan Hijau Fase 3 (Green Growth Program Phase 3/GGP3 2021-2025) yang merupakan program kolaboratif antara Pemerintah Indonesia dan GGGI, disesuaikan dengan prioritas dan target pembangunan yang ditetapkan oleh Pemerintah Indonesia dalam Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional Indonesia (RPJMN 2021-2024). GGP3 dirancang untuk secara khusus mendukung implementasi Kontribusi yang Ditetapkan Secara Nasional (Nationally Determined Contribution/NDC) untuk target iklim UNFCCC dan pencapaian Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan (TPB).

Prioritas berikut ditekankan sebagai area dukungan kritis di bawah GGP3:

> Mengkatalisasi dan mempercepat akses ke pendanaan iklim; investasi hijau untuk pembangunan ekonomi Indonesia

> Mendukung Indonesia dalam memperkuat kebijakan, perencanaan dan kerangka peraturan serta kapasitas kelembagaan untuk mencapai pertumbuhan hijau

> Mewujudkan bioekonomi yang berkelanjutan dan melingkar, sekaligus mengamankan ekosistem alam yang sehat (hutan, lahan gambut, daerah aliran sungai, dan ketahanan pesisir).

Arahan strategis lebih lanjut diambil dari inisiatif Pembangunan Rendah Karbon Indonesia (Low Carbon Development InitiativeIndonesia/LCDI), yang dipimpin oleh Bappenas, termasuk untuk program percontohan di enam provinsi yang menjadi fokus GGP3 (Kalimantan Tengah, Kalimantan Selatan, Kalimantan Timur, Kalimantan Utara, Papua dan Papua Barat) dan juga dalam lanskap khas di masing-masing provinsi. GGGI terkadang dapat memberikan dukungan di provinsi lain atas permintaan khusus dari otoritas nasional dan provinsi.

Tabel di bawah ini merangkum usulan Target Capaian Strategis (Strategic Outcome Targets) dalam RPJMN (2020-2024).

Indonesia has enjoyed strong and consistent economic growth of around 6% per annum over the past 15 years. The nation aims to become a high-income country in the 2030s. This will require continued rapid economic growth. As President Joko Widodo has said, growth needs to be people-centered to provide a high standard of living to all citizens, in all parts of the country.

The collaborative Green Growth Program (GGP) between the Government of Indonesia and GGGI is designed to support Indonesia to reach its goals and priorities, including Indonesia’s SDG and NDC commitments. GGP Phase I started in 2013 and concluded in 2015. It set the stage for a more investment and implementation-oriented approach in GGP Phase II (2016-2020)- to deliver bankable green projects and access climate finance and green finance more broadly, within three focus sectors of energy, special economic zones (SEZ) and forest-and-land-based mitigation.

GGP entered Phase III (GGP3) on 1 January 2021, which will for five years. GGP3 will help to bridge the funding gap and increase investment flows for bankable green projects at scale, catalyzing knowledge and capacity building. GGGI has built strong collaboration with a number of Indonesian government partners, including BAPPENAS (our host agency in Indonesia), the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs, the National Institute for Public Administration, and the Fiscal Policy Agency in the Ministry of Finance.  The latter is the Nationally Designated Authority for the GCF, which has appointed GGGI as its Delivery Partner. In addition, GGGI collaborates closely with various other government related institutions such as PLN, PT SMI, BPDLH, BRGM. We also collaborate closely with various non-government organizations including some national and local universities (in the six GGP3 focal provinces), key private sector associations, funding agencies and development partners.

Many staff of the GGGI country program are embedded in relevant central and subnational government agencies. This arrangement provides a strong basis for day-to-day coordination and consultation with GoI. It promotes knowledge sharing and skills transfer to GoI counterparts and other stakeholders through on-the-job training and joint implementation of program activities.

Indonesia is facing a number of key challenges directly relevant to green growth (and vice versa):

Rising inequality and unsustainable use of natural capital. Natural capital has been lost at an alarming rate, as renewable forest and marine resources have been over-exploited and depleted. Air and water pollution are serious problems especially in major cities. Urban expansion is eating up productive farmland. GHG emissions are high, largely from land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF) but increasingly from the use of non-renewable energy sources. Women are especially vulnerable to the social, environmental and economic impacts as a result of their position and roles in families and communities at large.

Vulnerability to climate change. Indonesia is highly vulnerable to climate change impacts. Most of the population inhabits low-lying coastal areas, subject to flooding and sea-level rise. Shifts in seasonal rainfall patterns already affect agriculture and cause more frequent floods and droughts, an effect exacerbated by El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events, which have exacerbated crop losses and forest and peat fires in e.g. 1997–98 and 2014–16. These adverse impacts may further increase as a result of global warming, and this vulnerability contributes in turn to GHG emissions, in a vicious circle.

Post COVID-19 recovery. The direct and indirect effects of climate change threaten to reduce growth.[1] The COVID-19 pandemic poses an additional burden. The challenge is to restore strong economic growth on a greener, more inclusive development pathway that delivers better health, food and energy security, sustainable use of natural resources, and climate change mitigation.

[1] See Green Planning and Budgeting Strategy for Indonesia’s Sustainable Development. Ministry of Finance, Jakarta, 2014; (2) Low Carbon Development: A Paradigm Shift Towards a Green Economy in Indonesia. Bappenas, 2019.

News

News • October 7, 2021

Indonesia’s Updated NDC for a Climate Resilient Future

Amid a year of global economic contraction due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Indonesia has boldened its climate commitments through an Updated NDC—recently submitted to the UNFCCC on July 22, 2021—with fair emissions reduction targets and strengthened alignment between the country’s climate and development objectives. This comes after more than a year of extensive multi-stakeholder reviews […]

News • October 7, 2021

From Green Growth Theory to Actions in Phase 3

Since 2013, the Government of Indonesia through the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas) as the Executing Unit, has collaborated with GGGI to mainstream green growth in Indonesia. The collaboration program, titled the Green Growth Program, went through the first phase from 2013 to 2015, and the second phase from 2016 up to the end […]

News • October 7, 2021

Green Growth Talk with Bappenas’ SDEMP Director

Looking back at the implementation of the Green Growth Program Phase II which just ended at the end of 2020, GGGI had a casual chat with Dr. Ir. Yahya Rachmana Hidayat, MSc., Bappenas’ Director of Energy, Mineral, and Mining Resources (SDEMP). What is his opinion about the achievements and contributions of this cooperation program between […]

News • October 7, 2021

The Green Growth Program Phase II Milestones

Indonesia’s Green Growth Program Phase 2 (GGP2, 2016-2020) ended at the end of 2020. What milestones were successfully realized together through the collaboration between the Government of Indonesia and GGGI? Under the collaborative framework of the Indonesia Green Growth Program Phase 2 (GGP2, 2016-2020), GGGI supported the Government of Indonesia to accelerate the pace of […]

News • October 7, 2021

Environmental Economic Instrument for Low GHG Emissions Development Planning at Regional Level

The Environmental Economic Instrument is an effort to control and preserve the environment and to support the commitment of low GHG emissions development. To introduce its concept, context and implementation mechanism, GGGI organized and facilitated an online seminar on Environmental Economic Instrument on August 24-25, 2021 in support of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry […]

News • August 30, 2021

5 Facts on Financing Indonesia’s Renewable Energy (RE) Mix Target by 2025

1. The Renewable Energy (RE) mix target by 2025 is 23% Indonesia requires a large budget of up to USD 167 billion to encourage the use of renewable energy by 2050 as well as to support the commitment to achieve the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) targets by 2030. (Source: Renewable Energy Investment Funding Mechanism Report […]

News • August 30, 2021

SEA Training for Experts in 11 Districts of Papua

In support of the Papua Provincial Forestry and Environment Office, GGGI recently facilitated a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) training for members of the Provincial SEA Validation Team and future SEA experts from local universities on July 5-9, 2021 in Jayapura. The training aimed at increasing the capacities of experts from the Provincial SEA Validation Team, […]

News • August 30, 2021

Robust Engagement from Line Ministries in Developing GCF Project Pipeline in Indonesia

Engagement of national stakeholders, especially relevant technical ministries as the policy maker and implementer for national level strategy and policies, is one of the Green Climate Fund (GCF)’s core strategy. To provide a platform for national ministries to discuss their project priorities and provide input to the national project pipeline for GCF, GGGI together with […]

News • August 30, 2021

Climate Villages Program Virtual Exhibition: Efforts and Commitments at the Grassroot-level

Raising community awareness on mitigation and adaptation at the grassroot-level to tackle various challenges posed by climate change have become all the more significant amidst the COVID-19 pandemic that have been on-going since early 2020. Some regions and grassroot-level communities in Indonesia have even begun such efforts before the pandemic struck, and it’s time for […]

News • June 30, 2021

Celebrating World Environment Day by Embracing a Sustainable Lifestyle

Nowadays, a sustainable lifestyle is a trendy way to live. So, to discuss the new lifestyle trend, the Directorate General of Climate Change (Ditjen PPI) of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry with the Indonesian Women’s Association (DWP) held a talkshow in celebration of World Environment Day themed Sustainable Lifestyle: A Modern Lifestyle for a […]

News • June 30, 2021

Sustainable Food Waste Management Contributes to Low Carbon Development in Indonesia

Indonesia’s Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas) together with Waste4Change and supported by the World Resources Institute (WRI) Indonesia and the United Kingdom Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (UKFCDO) launched the results of the study of Food Loss and Waste (FLW) study in Indonesia at the FLW Management Strategy Webinar to Support the Circular Economy […]

News • June 22, 2021

Factsheet Summary: Knowledge Exchange on National Access to the Green Climate Fund

The focal points of Papua New Guinea, Mongolia, and Indonesia for the Green Climate Fund (GCF) also known as National Designated Authority (NDA), along with the delivery partner of Uganda, supported by Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) held a knowledge exchange forum to share experiences and consult one another on potential best practices to strengthen […]

News • April 20, 2021

Preparation Process of GGGI Country Planning Framework 2021-2025

The Green Growth Program (GGP) in Indonesia has entered its third phase for the 2021-2025 period. Currently, the Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas as the executing unit, together with GGGI, is preparing the Country Planning Framework (CPF) 2021-2025. The CPF document will serve as a framework for the GGP for the next five years. The […]

News • March 29, 2021

Accelerating P4G’s Partnerships and Indonesia’s Leadership in Green Growth and 2030 Global Goals

The Government of Indonesia continues to increase its commitment to address climate and sustainable development challenges. One of the efforts to overcome these challenges is by launching the first Green National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN 2020-2024) in 2020 where Low Carbon Development and Climate Resilience is stated as one of the national priorities in line […]

News • February 4, 2021

Toward the Future of Climate Technology and Entrepreneurship in Indonesia

In order to support the Government of Indonesia to achieve the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) target in 2030, the Fiscal Policy Agency, Ministry of Finance Republic of Indonesia, in collaboration with the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Republic of Korea held a joint workshop titled “Accelerating Climate Technology and Entrepreneurship” on February 4, 2021. […]

News • January 27, 2021

Land-Based GHG Emission Reduction Program Milestone in East Kalimantan

Indonesia has signed the Emission Reduction Payment Agreement (ERPA) with the World Bank on November 25, 2020 electronically. This payment agreement concurs on the potential incentives for Indonesia, particularly East Kalimantan Province, to receive up to US$ 110 million from the Carbon Fund for reducing 22 million tons of carbon emission in East Kalimantan between […]

News • December 17, 2020

Five years since the Paris Agreement: The race to net zero is on

Frank Rijsberman, Ingvild Solvang, Kristin Deason, Julie Godin, Hanh Le, Siddhartha Nauduri, and Marcel Silvius, Global Green Growth Institute   In the wake of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, there are both challenges and opportunities in ensuring that COP26, a UN climate change summit, builds confidence in the Paris Agreement as an effective tool to avoid climate […]

News • September 29, 2020

Initial Steps to Develop an FMU Business Plan in Central Kalimantan

On Tuesday, July 21, 2020, GGGI supporting the Forestry Office of Central Kalimantan Province held a Forest Management Unit (FMU) Business Plan Webinar featuring expert speakers Ir. Mintarjo Dwijomartono, Acting Director of Protected Forest Management Unit (KPHL), Directorate General of Watershed and Protected Forest Management (PDASHL) and Ir. Dody Dwinardy, M.M., Head of Sub-Directorate for […]

News • September 21, 2020

Market Study on BioCNG in Central & East Kalimantan

GGGI and Indonesia’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MoEMR) through the Directorate General of New, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation held a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) titled Market Study on BioCNG Application in Central and East Kalimantan Provinces. Divided into two sessions, the FGD was conducted on Friday, August 14, 2020. The market study […]

News • September 15, 2020

Encouraging Private Sector’s Involvement in Indonesia’s Climate Adaptation Effort

The Fiscal Policy Agency (FPA), Ministry of Finance, as the National Designated Authority (NDA) for the Green Climate Fund (GCF) in Indonesia, has been developing a study on “Enabling Environment for Private Sector Engagement in Climate Change Adaptation Projects”. The draft results of the study were disseminated to stakeholders on Monday, July 13, 2020 in […]

Projects

ID19
Thematic Areas
Countries
ID19 BioCNG Project
Start Date Q1 1 January 2021
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 400,000
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Sustainable Energy
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ID05
Countries
ID05 Climate Action Enhancement Package (CAEP)
Start Date Q1 1 February 2020
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 569,865
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes
View
ID04
Countries
ID04 Green Growth Program Phase III Landscapes (GGP3 Landscapes) 2020-2022
Start Date Q4 1 October 2020
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 10,000,000
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes
View
ID06
Thematic Areas
Countries
ID06 Green Climate Fund (GCF) Readiness for Strategic Climate Finance in Indonesia
Start Date Q1 1 January 2020
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 998,258
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Cross Cutting
View
Thematic Areas
Countries
Project Reference Profiles – Indonesia(ID1) Indonesia Green Growth Program Phase II
Start Date Q1 Jan 1 2016
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 6,606,983
Status Complete
Thematic Area
  • Cross Cutting
View
Thematic Areas
Countries
Project Reference Profiles – Indonesia(ID3) GCF – Indonesia
Start Date Q1 Jun 1 2018
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 571,200
Status Complete
Thematic Area
  • Cross Cutting
View
Countries
Green Growth Program (Phase II)
Start Date Q1 2016
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 178,000,000
Status Complete
Thematic Area
  • Green Cities
  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Cross Cutting
View
Thematic Areas
Countries
Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) Hybrid Solar PV Project
Start Date Q4 2016
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 32,000,000
Status Complete
Thematic Area
  • Sustainable Energy
View
Thematic Areas
Countries
Mandalika Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Solar PV Project
Start Date Q4 2016
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 32,000,000
Status Complete
Thematic Area
  • Sustainable Energy
View
Countries
Knowledge and Capacity Development
Start Date Q1 2016
Funding Source
Actual Budget (USD) 704,109
Status Active
Thematic Area
  • Green Cities
  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Cross Cutting
View

Reports

Evaluation of GGGI’s Progress Against the Strategic Plan 2015-20 Paraguay  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji
Report
Evaluation of GGGI’s Progress Against the Strategic Plan 2015-20

Paraguay  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Jordan  • Kiribati  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • United Arab Emirates  • Viet Nam  • Papua New Guinea  • Hungary  • Green Cities  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Qatar  • Indonesia  • México  • Sustainable Energy  • Thailand  • Vanuatu  • Green Buildings and Industry  • Gender and Inclusive Development  • Sustainable Transport  • Waste  • Solar Energy  • Climate Resilient and Green Growth  • Sustainable Landscapes  • Climate Finance  • National Financing Vehicles  • NFVs

Green Recovery and Climate Action: Assessing Green Jobs from Renewable Energy and Forestry Investments for Developing and Emerging Economies Caribbean  • Ecuador  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Green Recovery  • Technical Report
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Green Recovery and Climate Action: Assessing Green Jobs from Renewable Energy and Forestry Investments for Developing and Emerging Economies

Caribbean  • Ecuador  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Green Recovery  • Technical Report  • Denmark  • flagship-publications  • forestry investments  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Jordan  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • Viet Nam  • Saint Lucia  • Climate action  • Guyana  • Hungary  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • #greengrowth  • Indonesia  • México  • Cross Cutting  • Vanuatu  • Green Jobs  • Green recovery  • green growth  • green jobs  • renewable energy  • sustainable development

Evaluation of Sustainable Landscapes, Approach Paper Colombia  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Burkina Faso  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes
Report
Evaluation of Sustainable Landscapes, Approach Paper

Colombia  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Burkina Faso  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes  • Indonesia  • Climate-Smart Agriculture  • Coastal Resilience

Review of Strategic Plan 2015-2020: Commitments Delivered and Key Results Caribbean  • Ecuador  • Uzbekistan  • Cambodia  • Colombia
Report
Review of Strategic Plan 2015-2020: Commitments Delivered and Key Results

Caribbean  • Ecuador  • Uzbekistan  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Jordan  • Kiribati  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • United Arab Emirates  • Viet Nam  • Saint Lucia  • Guyana  • Papua New Guinea  • Hungary  • Green Cities  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Tonga  • Qatar  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes  • Indonesia  • México  • Sustainable Energy  • Thailand  • Vanuatu  • Green Buildings and Industry  • Gender and Inclusive Development  • Sustainable Transport  • Waste  • Solar Energy  • Sustainable Landscapes  • Green Finance  • Climate-Smart Agriculture  • Coastal Resilience

Green Growth Index 2020: Measuring performance in achieving SDG targets Caribbean  • Ecuador  • PNG  • Pacific  • Technical Report
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Green Growth Index 2020: Measuring performance in achieving SDG targets

Caribbean  • Ecuador  • PNG  • Pacific  • Technical Report  • Republic of Korea  • Denmark  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Jordan  • Kiribati  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • United Arab Emirates  • Viet Nam  • UAE  • Saint Lucia  • Guyana  • Papua New Guinea  • Hungary  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Tonga  • Indonesia  • México  • Thailand  • Cross Cutting  • Vanuatu

The Promise of Green Growth: A Pathway to Prosperity while Achieving National and Global Ambitions Pacific  • Technical Report  • Republic of Korea  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia
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The Promise of Green Growth: A Pathway to Prosperity while Achieving National and Global Ambitions

Pacific  • Technical Report  • Republic of Korea  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Fiji  • Jordan  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Senegal  • Viet Nam  • Papua New Guinea  • Ethiopia  • Myanmar  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Qatar  • Indonesia  • México  • Cross Cutting  • Vanuatu

Enabling Green Growth in Indonesia’s Peatlands Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes  • Indonesia  • Cross Cutting
Report
Enabling Green Growth in Indonesia’s Peatlands

Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes  • Indonesia  • Cross Cutting

Achieving Green Growth and Climate Action Post-COVID-19 Caribbean  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia
Report
Achieving Green Growth and Climate Action Post-COVID-19

Caribbean  • Côte d’Ivoire  • Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Colombia  • Fiji  • Jordan  • Kiribati  • Lao PDR  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • United Arab Emirates  • Viet Nam  • UAE  • Guyana  • Hungary  • Green Cities  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Peru  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Tonga  • Forest (Sustainable) Landscapes  • Indonesia  • México  • Sustainable Energy  • Thailand  • Cross Cutting  • Vanuatu

Tracking Increase in Women’s Employment in the Renewable Energy Sector Under NDC targets Rwanda  • Indonesia  • México  • Cross Cutting
Report
Tracking Increase in Women’s Employment in the Renewable Energy Sector Under NDC targets

Rwanda  • Indonesia  • México  • Cross Cutting

Employment Assessment of Renewable Energy: Power sector pathways compatible with NDCs and national energy plans Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Rwanda  • Indonesia  • México
Report
Employment Assessment of Renewable Energy: Power sector pathways compatible with NDCs and national energy plans

Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Rwanda  • Indonesia  • México  • Sustainable Energy  • Cross Cutting

Green Growth in Action: Achieving Green Energy Transformation Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Fiji  • India
Report
Green Growth in Action: Achieving Green Energy Transformation

Technical Report  • flagship-publications  • Cambodia  • Fiji  • India  • Mongolia  • Mozambique  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • Viet Nam  • Guyana  • Papua New Guinea  • Ethiopia  • Morocco  • Uganda  • Burkina Faso  • Indonesia  • México  • Sustainable Energy  • Thailand  • Vanuatu

Green Infrastructure Investment Opportunities in Indonesia – 2019 Update Report Indonesia
Report
Green Infrastructure Investment Opportunities in Indonesia – 2019 Update Report

Indonesia

Evaluation of Green Investment Services Cambodia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Lao PDR
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Evaluation of Green Investment Services

Cambodia  • Costa Rica  • Fiji  • India  • Lao PDR  • Mozambique  • Nepal  • Philippines  • Rwanda  • Senegal  • Guyana  • Hungary  • Ethiopia  • Myanmar  • Uganda  • Indonesia  • México  • Thailand  • Vanuatu  • Green Finance  • Climate Finance  • National Financing Vehicles  • NFVs

Diary of a Green Soul: An Inspiring Book of Green Lifestyles in Indonesia Indonesia  • Cross Cutting
Report
Diary of a Green Soul: An Inspiring Book of Green Lifestyles in Indonesia

Indonesia  • Cross Cutting

eCBA Handbook – 2018 Updates Indonesia
Report
eCBA Handbook – 2018 Updates

Indonesia

GGGI Indonesia Brochure Indonesia  • Cross Cutting
Report
GGGI Indonesia Brochure

Indonesia  • Cross Cutting

Accessing the Green Climate Fund in Indonesia Indonesia
Report
Accessing the Green Climate Fund in Indonesia

Indonesia

Special Economic Zone Sei Mangkei: Moving Towards Green Growth Green Cities  • Indonesia
Report
Special Economic Zone Sei Mangkei: Moving Towards Green Growth

Green Cities  • Indonesia

Organogram: GGGI Indonesia Supporting Government Partners and Key Stakeholders Indonesia  • Cross Cutting
Report
Organogram: GGGI Indonesia Supporting Government Partners and Key Stakeholders

Indonesia  • Cross Cutting

Insight Brief – Solutions for the Missing Middle: The Case for Large-Scale Mini-Grid Development flagship-publications  • Insight Briefs  • Indonesia  • Sustainable Energy  • Cross Cutting
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Insight Brief – Solutions for the Missing Middle: The Case for Large-Scale Mini-Grid Development

flagship-publications  • Insight Briefs  • Indonesia  • Sustainable Energy  • Cross Cutting

GGGI In-Country Staff

Marcel J. Silvius

Country Representative, Indonesia

Dendy Iswarajati

Indonesia Green Investment Officer

Zahra Mutiara

Indonesia Investment Associate

Yandri Maharum

Indonesia West Papua Senior Assistant

Rachman Pasha

Indonesia Senior Officer, Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting, and Improvement (MERI)

Hastin Istiqomah Ningtyas

Indonesia North Kalimantan Senior Assistant

Maria Sherlly

Indonesia Papua Senior Assistant

Palupi Pratidhwani

Indonesia Senior Associate of Payment and Tax

Arman

Indonesia North Kalimantan Provincial Representative

Norbert Maass

Indonesia Deputy Country Representative

Yonata Mustika Syarief

Indonesia Operation Manager

Gusti Satria Wira Tenaya

Indonesia Energy Lead

Kurnya Roesad

Indonesia Lead Economist / SEZ Lead

Benjamin Tular

Indonesia Forest and Landuse Lead

Christopher P.A. Bennett

Provincial Programs Strategist, Indonesia

Dyah Catur Wahyuningtyas

Indonesia East Kalimantan Provincial Representative

Hendrik Segah

Indonesia Central Kalimantan Provincial Representative

Marthinus Corneles Wattimena

Indonesia Papua Provincial Representative

Meihaar Josiano Marsaoly

Indonesia West Papua Provincial Representative

Mariski Nirwan

Indonesia Knowledge and Capacity Development Lead