Indonesia

2024

Integrating sustainable finance: A nation in transition

June 20, 2024

Ritz Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan

Synopsis

For Asia to decarbonise, it must look to Indonesia. The country, responsible for nearly 2 percent of global carbon emissions, ranks as the third-largest coal producer. Despite recent government pledges to phase out fossil fuels, progress on its energy transition remains challenging.  

 

Indonesia’s reliance on coal for domestic energy and as a revenue source poses significant obstacles, and achieving a just energy transition while maintaining economic stability is a complex undertaking.  

The country already grapples with climate change consequences: Jakarta, sinking due to land subsidence, rising sea levels, and intense rainfall, exemplifies the urgency. The country plans to relocate its capital to East Kalimantan Nusantara within 25 years.  

 

Amid a new leadership transition, all eyes are on how Indonesia will establish the robust policy frameworks required for its sustainable transition and for it to achieve its aspiration to become a developed nation by 2045.

 

What will it take for Indonesia to attract the capital it needs for this transition, while safeguarding its rich biodiversity and protecting livelihoods? Unlocking capital for sustainability 2024: Indonesia will convene leaders and decision-makers across policy, business and finance to discuss developments in the country’s journey, and the challenges and opportunities they will face in the years ahead.

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Agenda

13:30

Registration

14:00

Welcome remarks

14:05

Opening address

14:15

Opening keynote

14:25

Panel discussion: The economic opportunities and challenges of Indonesia's energy transition

15:10

Panel Discussion: Safeguarding Indonesia’s natural resources and biodiversity

16:00

Closing remarks

16:05

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