The Indonesian government has pledged to reduce the country’s carbon emissions by 26% by 2020 compared to a BAU trajectory, while emphasising that policies should be “pro-growth, pro-jobs, pro-poor and pro-environment”. To achieve these goals, Indonesia needs to diverge from its high-carbon growth path and undergo a green transformation. To this end, the country faces vast financing needs for green investment in renewable energy generation, improvements in energy efficiency, a more efficient use of natural resources in general and intelligent transport systems.
KeywordsGreen Investment Corporate Sector Intelligent Transport System Green Transformation Indonesian Government
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