Sustainable Land Use

Indonesia has the world's third-largest tropical rainforest, with a forest area of 50 percent, facing significant challenges in implementing sustainable land management. One of them is deforestation which is closely related to biodiversity loss, ecological disasters, and climate change.

Marine and Coastal Management

Having the largest archipelago, Indonesia is proud as a maritime country. The marine and fisheries sector plays an essential role in food security as a source of livelihood for coastal communities, environmental services, and energy. A sustainability approach is needed to manage marine and coastal potential by considering the benefits and balance aspects.

Sustainable Energy

Indonesia is an energy resource heaven with all forms of energy, brown (fossil) and green (e.g solar, wind, water, geothermal, and biofuel). Sustainable energy management is needed by encouraging more green energy use with renewable sources and environmentally friendly.