Indonesia needs Rp 83 trillion to meet emission cut target
Adianto P. Simamora and Stevie Emilia
THE JAKARTA POST
PREMIUM The cash-strapped Indonesian government should invest some Rp 83.3 trillion (US$8.8 billion) in five years to meet its pledged target to reduce emissions, a new country report says. These funds are needed to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 26 percent by 2020 compared to business as usual from forestry, energy and waste. "About 36 percent of investment will come from the private sector," ...
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