Net Zero Indonesia by 2050: Roadmap for Clean, Affordable, and Secure Energy

In cooperation with the Institute for Essential Services Reform; Kementerian PPN RI/Bappenas; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH; dan Germany Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety under Clean, Affordable and Secure Energy for Southeast Asia (CASE) Programme, Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia convenes “Net Zero Indonesia by 2050: Roadmap for Clean, Affordable, and Secure Energy” to introduce a roadmap which will allow Indonesia to achieve net-zero emissions in the energy sector while sustainably thriving in meeting its power demand.

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FPCI Public Discussion on Indonesia’s 6-Month Economic and Political Review 2021

Despite the disruptions it entails, COVID-19 has brought about a great opportunity for reforms in many sectors. However, Indonesia seems to be slow in adapting to these changes. The manufacturing sector may have positive expansion since October 2020, but Indonesia’s economy should not rely only on that sector alone to reach a 4.5 percent growth at the end of 2021 and above 5.0 percent in 2022 as planned. Indonesia also witnessed several political dynamics such as the launch of a sovereign wealth fund and changes in the cabinet’s nomenclature that raised many questions.

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New Southern Policy for a Peaceful, Stable and Prosperous ASEAN Region

Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) and Korea Foundation (KF) have successfully convened the Indonesia-Korea New Southern Policy Young Professionals Lab on 24-25 May 2021. The NSP Young Professionals Lab is a comprehensive program that specifically seeks to promote, incentivize, and increase the number of policy briefs on the Republic of Korea’s NSP coming from the Indonesian young professional community—emerging young academicians, researchers, experts, and policymakers. Selected young professionals were gathered to provide innovative and concrete policy recommendations to enhance the realization of NSP goals in target countries, especially Indonesia.

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In Conversation with COP26 President Alok Sharma

As it is set for November 2021 after having been postponed since last year, we delve into the preparations towards COP26. What has been achieved? What should be improved? How do countries tackle climate change issues?

Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) cordially invites you to follow an armchair discussion between FPCI Chairman Dr. Dino Patti Djalal and President of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, Alok Sharma.

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Indonesia Net Zero Summit 2021

FPCI telah sukses mengadakan Indonesia Net Zero Summit 2021 dengan tema “Selamatkan Indonesia Emas 2045 dari Ancaman Darurat Iklim” pada hari Selasa, 20 April 2021, pukul 11:00 – 16:00 WIB.

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Time for Decisive Action: Kontribusi Indonesia Dalam Perjuangan Perubahan Iklim Dunia

Indonesia adalah penghasil karbon terbesar ke-10 di dunia. Indonesia saat ini juga tertinggal dalam kontribusinya untuk mengatasi perubahan iklim, karena tidak adanya kerangka kerja iklim dalam rencana pemulihan pandemi nasional dan tindakan lambat untuk memperbarui target pengurangan emisi karbon (NDC) sejak 2016. Mengingat hal tersebut, masih banyak peluang dan dorongan yang berkembang bagi Jakarta untuk membawa diri ke arena pertandingan.

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Welcoming 2021: Building Strategic Approach towards Achieving Inter-religious Peace

2020 might be one of the most challenging years in decades. As the world was not only struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic, but also the rising bigotry, hate speech, and extremism. From suicide bombing in Quetta, Pakistan, the burning of Qur’an by far-right activists in Sweden, the Islamist terrorist stabbings in Nice, France to the recent mass shooting in Vienna, Austria, and another mass killing in the village of Koshebe, Nigeria, we have not seen any progress in the fight against hate speech, bigotry, terrorism, and extremism. In spite of that, international collective efforts have also been conducted by various actors and institutions in hope for a better future of inter-religious harmony. This year, another chance at improving what we have left last year will proceed.

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