Indonesia`s Policy on CDM Implementation

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Indonesia’s Policy on
CDM Implementation
Prasetyadi Utomo
Ministry of Environment of Indonesia
CD4CDM Workshop
Pathumthani, Thailand
19 – 21 October, 2005
National Policy on Climate Change
• Accelerate the development of industry
and transportation with low emission level
through the utilization of clean and efficient
technology as well as renewable energy;
• Improve the potential of land and forestry
to absorb greenhouse gases;
• Indonesia adopts international law as a
national law to be detailed in the
framework of regulation and institutions.
CDM Implementation in Indonesia
• Legal background:
– Act No.: 23/1997 concerning Environmental
Management;
– Act No.6/94, Ratification to the UNFCCC;
– Act No.17/04 Ratification to the Kyoto Protocol;
– Min of Forestry Decree No.14/04 on A/R project.
• Institutional strengthening:
– Establishment of National Commission on Climate
Change (Ministerial decree No.53/03
– Establishment of the DNA Ministerial decree No.206/05)
• Active involvement of various stakeholders
National Committee on CDM
• Indonesian National CDM Authority (DNA)
= ‘Komisi Nasional Mekanisme
Pembangunan Bersih’ (KN-MPB)
• Established through Minister of
Environment decree No.206 Year 2005
Organisation structure and supporting
Elements of Indonesia’s DNA on CDM
(KNMPB)
KNMPB
Secretariat
Technical
Team
Experts
Stakeholder
Forum
Permanent Members
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Min of Environment
Min of Energy & Mineral Resources
Min of Forestry
Min of Foreign Affairs
Min of Industry
Min of Transportation
Min of Agriculture
Min of Home Affairs
National Development Planning Board
KNMPB: the Functions
• Mandatory function
– Approving proposed CDM projects based on the
national sustainable development criteria
– Tracking the progress of PDD on CDM Exec Board
• Non-mandatory promotional function
– Facilitating communication among investors and the
proponent and other related parties
– Facilitating capacity building in proposing and
implementing CDM projects
– Providing information to support CERs marketing
and/or CERs potential
SD Criteria and Indicator for CDM
• Environmental Sustainability:
– Environmental sustainability through conservation or
diversification of natural resources
– Local community health and safety
• Economic sustainability:
– Income generate
– Local community welfare
– Investment flow
• Social sustainability:
– Local community participation
– No negative impact on community’s social integrity
– Improve social facility
• Technical sustainability:
– Transfer of technology
– Improving indigenous/existing technology
– Transfer of knowledge
– Not used on experimental technology
National Strategy on CDM
Implementation in Indonesia
• Institutional and legal strengthening
• Establish bilateral agreements with Annex 1
countries
• Improve coordination among central and local
governments
• Develop networking among stakeholders (govn’t,
NGO, univ, business, etc.)
• Improve public awareness, education, training;
• Provide access to information on climate change
issue
Strategy on CDM Implementation
• No specific area for project type of CDM
• Highly support of using Renewable energy,
alternative energy and clean technology
• Simplified approval procedure on CDM
proposed
• Incentive scheme for CDM Project
developer
• Promote CDM project potential through
international event such as Carbon expo
Energy Policy
(Action Plan for Sustainable
Development in Indonesia)
• Phase out energy market distortion gradually;
• Promotion of the renewable energy use and
development;
• Encourage society applying energy efficiency;
• Support on consumption of clean and efficient
technology for industry and trade sector;
• Restructure prices of various energy type.
Policy in Non Energy Sector
• Sustainable forest management
• Improvement on agricultural system
• Application of biotechnology engineering
to increase agricultural products
• Management of agricultural practices in
less fertile land with dry land variety
Perspective on Future development
of CDM
• Indonesia has a number of ‘promising’
potential CDM projects
• Indonesia has attracted Annex 1 countries
to become the Host Country for CDM
• Increasing enthusiasms from local
business player as well as other
stakeholders in CDM
• Strengthened by the establishment of
KNMPB (Indonesian DNA)
Further Information
Deputy Assistant for Climate Change Impact Control
Tel.: +62 21 8517164
Fax.: +62 21 85902521
E-mail : [email protected]
Indonesia DNA: dna-cdm.menlh.go.id