The Indonesia, Southeast Asia, and Australia/Pacific chapters of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) hosted a working summit on Priorities and Pathways for Sustainable Energy and Deep Decarbonization in Indonesia on November 26–27, 2014 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The regional summit, jointly organized by the Research Center for Climate Change at University of Indonesia, the United in Diversity Forum, and the Monash Sustainability Institute at Monash University in collaboration with the Harold Mitchell Foundation, the Carbon War Room and the Australia–Indonesia Centre, brought together senior leaders and experts from academia, government, business and civil society to explore sustainable energy solutions, identify how they can be met in line with decarbonizing the energy system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and foster sustainable development, and to start developing plans for collaborative solutions and pathways.
Download the Workshop Program here.
The summit was supported by the Indonesian Minister for Environment and Forestry, H.E. Siti Nurbaya, and participants included the Governor of Jakartam Basuki Tjahaja Purnama and the Minister for Finance, H.E. Bambang Brodjonegoro, along many senior government and business figures (read more in an event write-up from Green Prosperity). A presentation was given by the DDPP Indonesia Country Research Team lead, Dr. Ucok Siagian of Bandung Institute of Technology, and expert remarks were provided by DDPP Manager Carl Mas. SDSN members who helped organize this event included LC members Mari Pangestu, Cherie Nursalim, and John Thwaites; SDSN Indonesia Chairman Jatna Supriatna; and SDSN Regional council member Felia Salim.