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Inception meeting of the Pan-Asia Risk Reduction (PARR) fellowship program, July 2014

ProSus #1: Building Leadership for Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia

The first issue of ProSus Magazine explores ideas and solutions for disaster risk reduction in Asia, highlighting research from the Pan-Asia Risk Reduction (PARR) Fellowship program.

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Mitigation: The majority of Indonesia's emissions result from energy, land use (like peat and forestry), and transport. Indonesia has pledged to independently reduce emissions by 26% from their business as usual scenario by 2020, and to further reduce by 41% with international support. By 2030 Indonesia intends to increase independent reductions to 29% and maintains the possibility of a conditional 41% reduction. Adaptation: Climate change may endanger Indonesia's development sectors (agriculture, water, energy security, forestry, maritime and fisheries, health, public service, infrastructure, and urban system), the national government intends to facilitate adaptation in these sectors by building local capacity, improving resource management, operationalizing relevant technologies, and integrating adaptation and disaster risk reduction and planning. International Climate and Environmental Commitments: The Paris Agreement (Party), United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (Party), Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (Party), United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (Party), Convention on Biological Diversity (Party), Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (Party), Convention on Wetlands of International Importance Especially as Waterfowl Habitat (Party)


Indonesia's NDC-SDG Connections

Indonesia is one of the largest archipelagic states, the 4th most populous country, and characterized by diverse climate and geography. Indonesia is rich in natural resources, with extensive tropical rainforests, that it is highly dependent on economically. Indonesia, and the natural resources it depends on, are also at risk of negative climate change impacts, particularly more frequent natural disasters. Indonesia’s geographic and socioeconomic context means it has a pivotal role in global climate change mitigation, and significant adaptation needs.





International Commitments and Reporting

Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)

Nationally Determined Contribution Under the Paris Agreement -

NDC Monitoring and Reporting

World Bank Country Factsheet on Intended NDCs -
World Bank’s Climate Knowledge Portal -
Climate Action Tracker -
ClimateWatch Profile -
NDC Partnership Page -

SDG Voluntary National Review

2019 Voluntary National Review -

National SDG Monitoring and Reporting

National SDG Platform -
World Bank Overview -
UNDP's Open SDG Data Hub -

NDCs and SDGs

Mapping of NDC-SDG Connections -

NDCs, SDGs, and Climate Change

NDC Partnership Dashboard on NDCs and relation to the SDGs and Climate Change Vulnerability -
Biennial Update Report to the UNFCCC -

Emissions Data

National GHG Emission Inventory -

Sendai and Hyogo Frameworks

Sendai Framework Data Readiness Review Report -
National Progress Report on the Implementation of the Hyogo Framework for Action -

National Coordination and Reporting

National Appropriate Mitigation Actions

Sustainable Urban Transport Initiative: Seeking Support for Implementation -
Smart Street Lighting Initiative: Seeking Support for Implementation -
For recently added action check here -

National Action Plans

National Action Plan for Green House Gas Reduction -
And associated guidelines -
National Action Plan for Climate Change Adaptation -
National Action Plan Addressing Climate Change -

National Strategies Related to International Mechanisms

REDD+ National Strategy -
Convention to Combat Desertification National Action Programme -
National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan -

National Regulations/Policies

National Long‐Term Development Plan 2005-2025 -
National Medium Term Development Plan 2015-2019 -

National Platform

NDCs Indonesia’s Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification (MRV) Platform -
Climate Change Sectoral Roadmap -

Reviews of National Legislation and Policy

London School of Economics: National Climate Legislation -


Key Areas of Climate Investment

Financing for sustainable businesses/entrepreneurs -
Financing for climate adaptation and mitigation in cities -
Financing progress on REDD+ preparedness and programming -

National Trust Fund

Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund -

Selected Relevant Sources of Climate Related Funding

Climate Funds Update -
OECD Climate Change -
OECD Investment for Green Growth -
Asian Development Bank Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management -

Multilateral Funders

Indonesia receives climate funding from the Green Climate Fund, the World Bank, and the Islamic Development Bank, among others.

Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Planning

Vulnerability/Adaptation Capacity Data

National Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation Potential Mapping -
Notre Dame's Global Adaptation Initiative Vulnerability/Readiness Climate Change Index -
Environmental Performance Index -

Natural Disaster/Hazards

Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery -
PreventionWeb -

Energy Supply and Demand

IRENA Renewable Energy Prospects: Indonesia -
Reconciling Energy Security and Emissions Reduction -
Key Energy Statistics -

Land Use

LandLinks Country Profile -
Safeguards Information System (SIS) REDD + -
Lessons from REDD+ for Achieving Water, Energy and Food Security in Indonesia -

Economic Development/Quality of Life and Livelihoods

Indonesia's Land Reform: Implications For Local Livelihoods And Climate Change -

Summaries of Programming and Priorities

Asia Pacific Adaptation Network Summary of National Adaptation Priorities and Progress to Date -
Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessments in Indonesia's Third National Communication -

Case Studies

weADAPT Case Studies

weADAPT Entries -

Climate and Development Network Country Page

Climate and Development Network Resources -

Islamic Development Bank Reports

IsDB Country Page -

Climate, Climate Change, and Environmental Data

Natural Disaster/Hazards Data

ThinkHazard -
Land and Forest Fire Data -

Energy Supply and Demand Data

Solar and Wind Transmission Infrastructure Map -

Land Use Data

FAOStat -

Weather/Meteorological Data

World Meteorological Organization Profile -
Global Atmosphere Watch Station -

<span class="isdb-tag">Biodiversity</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Urban Management and Planning</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Solar Power</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Hydrometeorological Hazards</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Land Tenure</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Gender/Gender Equality</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Sustainable Transport</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Coastal Management and Planning</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Deforestation</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Reforestation and/or Afforestation</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Agriculture Fishing Forestry Sector</span> <span class="isdb-tag"> Bioenergy</span>

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