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Indonesia unveils investment plan for $20b energy transition pact

Indonesia has launched an investment plan to attract $20 billion pledged by Western nations as part of the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP). The plan aims to transition Indonesia to renewable energy and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. However, concerns have been raised about the limited involvement of local communities in the planning process, as well as the potential consequences for coal workers and local people. Improvements are needed in the JETP plan to ensure a socially, environmentally, and economically fair transition, including comprehensive consultation with civil society and affected communities, analysis of impacts, skills development for workers, and social protection measures.
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https://www.thejakartapost.com/business/2023/11/21/indonesia-unveils-investment-plan-for-20b-energy-transition-pact.html#google_vignette



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  • Rotich Kim

    21 w

    Good investment Indiana government we need more other countries to emulate this

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    • mercy nduta

      21 w

      Positive investments that cares for our planet is welcome.

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      • johnte ndeto

        21 w

        This is a worthwhile investment that should trigger more of the kind

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        • Gorffly mokua

          21 w

          Great! Thismarks a significant stride towards a sustainable future.

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          • Edwin wangombe

            21 w

            @gorffly_mokua it serves a good example for others to follow

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          • Princess

            21 w

            This investment plan not only reflects environmental responsibility but also positions the country as a leader in embracing renewable energy for long-term growth.

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            • zelda ninga

              21 w

              Getting the community involved in the transition should be a priority too ..but is is a good project.

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              • walter lungayi

                21 w

                @zelda_ninga_442 I strongly agree with you

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                • Princess

                  21 w

                  @zelda_ninga_442 absolutely ,It's commendable that Indonesia is pursuing not just a good project but one that values community participation in fostering a greener future

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                • walter lungayi

                  21 w

                  This is a positive development for Indonesia as it shows their commitment to transitioning towards cleaner energy sources. The $20 billion investment plan will help the country reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and promote the use of renewable energy. This not only benefits the environment but also creates opportunities for job creation and economic growth. It will be interesting to see how Indonesia implements this plan and what specific projects and initiatives they will prioritize.

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                  • Princess

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                    @walter_lungayi true, the $20 billion investment not only addresses environmental concerns but also sets the stage for job creation and economic growth

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                    • Jane Wangui

                      21 w

                      @walter_lungayi we asked for funds and now we have plenty.We hope this funds will be well managed and used for the right purpose.

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