Minister Siti Nurbaya: Indonesia Persistent Commitment to Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction

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Doc. Special / Minister of Environment and Forestry in Indonesia, Siti Nurbaya, has highlighted Indonesia's unwavering dedication to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions over the past nine years, starting from 2015.

PALMOILMAGAZINE, JAKARTA – Minister of Environment and Forestry in Indonesia, Siti Nurbaya, has highlighted Indonesia’s unwavering dedication to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions over the past nine years, starting from 2015. She emphasized that Indonesia has consistently submitted essential documentation to the secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

These submissions include the Third National Communication, the 2nd and 3rd Biennial Update Reports, the First Nationally Determined Contribution (1st NDC), the Updated NDC, and the Long-Term Low Carbon and Climate Resilience Strategy for 2050.

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Minister Nurbaya also revealed that the outcome of the negotiations in Glasgow in 2021 prompted many countries to enhance their NDC 2030 targets by the end of 2022.

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“On September 23, 2022, Indonesia submitted the Enhanced Nationally Determined Contribution (ENDC) to the UNFCCC Secretariat, raising our GHG emission reduction targets from 29% to 31.89% with national efforts, and from 41% to 43.20% with international support by 2030,” stated Minister Siti in an official statement to Palmoilmagazine.com on Tuesday, August 8th, 2023. 

“I have to emphasized that ENDC that we are developing in our orientation heading to the decreasing temperature – 1,5 °C, with detailed exercise, we would get Number – 43,2 %, CM 2 condition in 2030. The numbers could be the same with USA target which is, 43%. Data GHG emission reduction in Indonesia in IGRK record decreased 47,28% in 2020 and 43,82% in 2021. The 2022 forecast could be better with the fire in the forest and area – indication that dealt better in 2022,” she said.

Ministry of Environment and Forestry noted that the successful 2020 GHG emission reduction was clearly deriving from forestry and other land uses (FOLU) that reached to be 182 million tons of CO2 equivalent emission, that was more than 900 million tons of CO2 equivalent emission in 2019. The government keeps working on it in energy sector after our business inn FOLU that we always keep managing. Energy sectors are doing the best to get GHG emission reduction with the strategies to realize net zero emission, such as, by electrification, moratorium with powerplants, developing new and renewable energy sources, and implementing energy efficiency. (T2)

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