• Indonesia Pavilion

    COP 27 UNFCCC in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

    6-18 November 2022

    REGISTRATION

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    INDONESIA PAVILION GOALS

    As Soft Diplomacy’s effort to voice Indonesia’s actions, strategies, and innovation to the international community, as a tangible manifestation of jointly leading climate action in order to prevent global temperature increases belom 20C.

    Constructive and integrative sharing of information about climate change control programs by the Indonesian goverment with other parties, including elaborating it with various efforts that have been made by the global community.

    Opening opportunities for parties to explore ideas, opportunities, and networks in the context of strengthening efforts to control climate change in Indonesia.

    INDONESIA PAVILION DESIGN

    Schedule

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    SHARM EL-SHEIKH'S TIME (GMT+2)​

    DAY 1

    Sunday, 6 Nov 2022

    DAY 2

    Monday, 7 Nov 2022

    DAY 3

    Tuesday, 8 Nov 2022

    DAY 4

    Wednesday, 9 Nov 2022

    09.00-09.30

    09.00-09.30

    09.00-09.30

    World Climate Leaders' Insight on Indonesia's FOLU Net Sink 2030

    A4. Regenerating Natural Forest in the New Capital City of Nusantara

    17.00-17.10

    Session Break

    B14. Co-Firing Options on the Emmission Reduction and Electricity Generation

    B1. Decarbonizing Energy Sector for Net Zero: Achievement, Progress, and Challenges

    D12. Mainstreaming Investment and Partnership for Blue Carbon Development

    B13. Energy Transition on Achieving Net Zero Emission: A High Call for Urgency

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    DAY 5

    Thursday, 10 Nov 2022

    DAY 6

    Friday, 11 Nov 2022

    OFF

    Saturday, 12 Nov 2022

    OFF

    Sunday, 13 Nov 2022

    DAY 7

    Monday, 14 Nov 2022

    11.20-11.30

    Session Break

    C15. Leading by Example "Learnings from The Adaptive Social Protection Experience in Indonesia"

    Session Break

    A6. The Role of Standard to Accelerate Indonesia's FOLU Net Sink 2030 as part of Indonesia's NDC

    12.30-12.50

    A1. Strengthening Policies and Work Implementation to Achieve Indonesia’s FOLU Net Sink 2030

    A8. World Mangrove Center: Integrated and Sustainable Mangrove Management Towards Indonesia's FOLU Net Sink 2030

    B17. State-Owned Enterprise Contribution towards Net Zero Emission 2060: Opportunities and Challenges

    15.30-15.40

    No Agenda

    No Agenda

    Session Break

    D5. Multi Stakeholders Partnerships on Conservation and Sustainable Management of Wetlands Ecosystem

    17.00-17.10

    Session Break

    A10. Pursuing Indonesia’s FoLU Net Sink target by 2030, how can businesses and farmers contribute and benefit

    No Agenda

    No Agenda

    Session Break

    B18. Second Workshop on G20 Partnership on Ocean-based Actions for Climate Mitigation and Adaptation

    18.30-18.40

    Session Break

    B2. Carbon Waste Management to Reduce Green House Gas from Industrial Sector

    No Agenda

    No Agenda

    Session Break

    D4. Mycorrhiza for Carbon Stock Improvement and Livelihood Security to Support Standardization of Sustainable Management Practices and Climate Change Issues

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    No Agenda

    No Agenda

    B19. Achieving Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Through Waste Management

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    DAY 8

    Tuesday, 15 Nov 2022

    DAY 9

    Wednesday, 16 Nov 2022

    DAY 10

    Thursday, 17 Nov 2022

    DAY 11

    Friday, 18 Nov 2022

    Joint Session of the Government of Indonesia and the Government of the United States

    15.30-15.40

    Session Break

    A9. Local Government Roles in Action Achieving Indonesia's FOLU Net Sink 2030

    Session Break

    A11. The Kampar Peninsula-Kerumutan Ecosystem Restoration Initiative with the FOLU Net Sink approach.

    Session Break

    B7. Role of Data Integration to Support Sustainable Forest Management and its contribution to achieve Indonesia FOLU Net Sink 2030

    17.00-17.10

    Session Break

    C14. Forest Carbon Partnership Facility's Emission Reduction Program in East Kalimantan, Indonesia: Progress and Lessons Learned

    Session Break

    A12. Indonesia Achievement on Conservation and Sustainable Management on Peatland Ecosystem and the Center of Excellent for Folu Net SINK 2030

    Session Break

    C11. Sustainable Finance: Opportunity and Challage for Conservation and Sustainable of Peatland Management

    18.30-18.40

    Session Break

    B10. Climate Community-Based Action in ASEAN

    Session Break

    C9. Emission Reduction Program Design through Bio Carbon Fund Initiative for Sustainable Forest Landscape (BioCF ISFL)

    Session Break

    D1. The Role of Faith Actors in Climate Actions

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