This study provides an overview of projected greenhouse gas emissions in seven major emitting countries up to 2030
Étiqueté : Indonesia
Energy Policies Beyond IEA Countries
Can Indonesia’s policy of reconfiguring its energy mix by increasing natural gas usage support its initiatives to reform subsidies?
This OIES paper argues that increasing the production and consumption of natural gas will provide the much-needed momentum to cut Indonesia’s reliance on oil and empower the incoming Widodo administration to tackle the challenges of reconfiguring its energy mix and establishing sustainable energy policies.
Comparative analysis of climate change vulnerability assessments: lessons from Tunisia and Indonesia
In an effort to provide some guidance on designing and conducting vulnerability assessments, this paper reviews and compares VAs undertaken in Indonesia and Tunisia to distill key approaches, components and lessons. It begins with a general overview of definitions, approaches and challenges with conducting VAs, and then proposes a framework for analyzing and comparing them. The framework looks at four components of VAs: (1) Framing: where do we come from? (2) Process of conducting the VAs: how does it work? (3) Inputs: what is needed? (4) Outputs: what does it tell us?
National greenhouse gas emissions baseline scenarios : learning from experiences in Developing countries
This report reviews national approaches to preparing baseline scenarios of greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions. It does so by describing and comparing in non-technical language existing practices and choices made by ten developing countries – Brazil, China, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam…
This WRI report draws on the experiences of six developing countries to examine how public climate finance can help meet the significant investment needs of developing countries by creating attractive conditions for scaled-up investment in low-carbon energy
Grounding Green Power: Bottom-Up Perspectives on Smart Renewable Energy Policy in Developing Countries
This working paper identifies key components of smart renewable energy policy in developing countries, focusing on the power sector