Overview of the Workshop in Bogor

This meeting was realised as part of a two-day meeting entitled Sustainable Low-Carbon Development in Indonesia and Asia: A Dialogue between Policymakers and Scientists on Green Growth, with the purpose of bringing together policy-makers and researchers to have better understanding of Sustainable Low Carbon Development and Green Growth. The dialogue held on 16 February was organized by the Ministry of the Environment, Indonesia and Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES). with the support LCS-RNet Secretariat, located in IGES. (in details)

Opening: Background, Scope and Visions of the Workshop
Prof. Yonny Koesmaryono, Vice Chancellor, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB).pdf
Dr. Shuzo Nishioka, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES).pdf
Ms. Masnellyarti Hillman, Ministry of Environment of Indonesia (KLH).pdf

Keynote Speech
– Dr. Umiyatun Hayati Triastuti, MSc. National Development Planning Agency
Indonesian Response to Climate Change: Roadmap to Low Carbon Development

Session 1: Research Expectations from SLCD/GG Policies
– Dr. Singgih Riphat, Ministry of Finance, Republic of Indonesia
Financial/Fiscal policy to support implementation of climate change programs
– Mr. Doddy Sukardi, National Commission for Climate Change
Low carbon development studies in Indonesia
– Ms. Sulistyowati, Ministry of Environment, Republic of Indonesia (KLH)
Green economic study in Indonesia
– Ms. Masako Ogawa, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Mid-Long term targets in Japan and Hatoyama-initiative.pdf

Session 2: Framing SLCD/GG Researches in Asia
– Prof. Dr. Rizaldi Boer, Bogor Agricultural University
Research Needs for SLCD/GG
Dr. Mikiko Kainuma, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan
Sustainable Low Carbon Development Scenario and Low Carbon Cities.pdf

Session 3: SLCD/GG Researches in Indonesia
– Dr. Retno Gumilang Dewi, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Energy Scenario in Indonesia.pdf
– Dr. Muhammad Tasrif, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Green growth: System Dynamics of Sustainable Industry and Finance in Indonesia
– Mrs. Maritje Hutapea, National Energy Council, Secretary General of National Energy Council Indonesia
Energy Policy for Addressing Climate Change in Indonesia
– Dr. Nur Masripatin, Centre for Forest Socio-Economic Research, Indonesia
Forestry Policy for Addressing Climate Change in Indonesia.pdf

Session 4: Models, Scenarios and Back-casting for SLCD/GG Policies
– Dr.Sirintornthep Towprayoon, The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment, Thailand
Low Carbon Policies and Actions in City level.pdf

– Mr. Kei Gomi, Kyoto University, Japan
Scenario modeling backcasting tools and examples of low carbon cities.pdf

– Mr. Prasoon Agarwal, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA), India
Alternate Policy Scenarios and Modelling Results for India (Country Level Analysis) & Ahmedabad (City Level Analysis).pdf

– Dr. Kejun Jiang, Energy Research Institute, China
Impact of Modelling Approach on National Policy in China.pdf

– Dr. Junichi Fujino, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan
Screening Barriers and Actions for Policies Based on Modelling Result.pdf

Session 5: Further Research Actions for Policy Making
– Dr. Shuzo Nishioka, IGES, Japan
Result of LCS-RNet Bologna Meeting.pdf
– Prof. Rizaldi Boer, Bogor Agriculture University
Overall Discussion Key Findings of Bogor Meeting.pdf

Closing Remark
– Prof. Rizaldi Boer, Bogor Agriculture University

Archive (English)