Agenda

INDONESIA PAVILION
Stadion Narodowy, Level - 2, Zone C1, Room 9
 

Scheduled

Title/Theme/Speakers

Organizer

11 November

16:00-17:00

Tea Time with the Indonesian Delegation

An opportunity for other Party representatives, NGOs, media representatives to mix and mingle with the Indonesian Party delegation to network.

Indonesia

12 November

10.00-12.00

Gender and Climate Change

Climate change has specific social and economic implications for women, and additionally is a challenge where women can play an important role to be agents of change. This session will explore the various experiences of international organisations, NGOs and government agencies in mainstreaming gender into climate policy.

 

Speakers:

Ulrike Roehr (genanet - focal point gender environment sustainability)
 
Maira Zahur (Pakistan)
 
Gotelind Alber (UNFCCC Gender & Women Constituency)
The long way (success and failures) to bring gender into the UNFCCC negotations
 
Dermawan (Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection, Indonesia)
Gender Mainstreaming in Indonesia

Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Children’s Protection Indonesia

 

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (NCCC)

13.00-15.00

Green Investment and Green Jobs

Investment and innovation are essential elements in driving the economy towards green productivity, sustainable development and creating new markets for goods, services as well as employment. This session will provide updates on the current green investment initiatives and related issues as well as sharing knowledge and experiences to extend benefits.

Speakers:

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (Farhan Helmy)

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (Dicky Edwin Hindarto)

International Labor Organization (Peter Poschen)

 

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (NCCC)

13 November

09.30-11.00

Low Emission Development

Having a long term vision on low carbon emission development scenarios is critical for Indonesia in dealing with the unprecedented challenges of climate change impacts and potentials in the future. The objective of the seminar is to discuss the current situation and the challenges in LEDS at the international level and its influence to developing countries.

Speakers:

Asia-Low Emission Development Strategies (Farhan Helmy)

Institute for Global Environmental Studies (Junichi Fujino)

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Indonesia (Gita Lestari)

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (NCCC)

14.00-15.30

Carbon Market Development Challenge: Indonesia Case Study

The session aims to share challenges and opportunities in developing and utilizing carbon market mechanism and contribute to discussions and negotiations at COP19, in consideration of developing countries’ needs for utilization carbon market mechanism. To this end, this session is to discuss the current situation and the challenges in carbon market development at the international level and its impact to developing countries.

 

Speakers:

Assistant Deputy Minister for Multilateral Economic Cooperation and Financing, Coordinating Ministry of Economics Indonesia (Rizal Edwin Manansang)

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (Andi Samyanugraha)

Nihon Koei Co., Ltd (Masaru Ishikawa)

Private Sector (Dr. Naoki Matsuo)

SouthPole (Patrick Buergi)

Bayer Tabela (Stephan Brunner)

 

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (NCCC)

14 November

10.00-12.00

Greenhouse Gases from Forest and Land Fires

The forest and land fires in Sumatera and Kalimantan have serious impacts. Based on several sources there are currently about 200 fire hotspots. This seminar will compare the fires that occurred recently with the El Niño fires from 1997/1998, and discuss the findings and challenges from the fires both from peat and forest, in Indonesia.

 

Speakers:

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia

World Resources Institute (WRI)

CIFOR

IPCC Peatland Group

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (NCCC)

14.00-17.00

Role of Forestry Sector to Low Carbon Development

Any Indonesian commitments toward the fight against climate change must emphasize the role that forestry plays, highlighting will be the public sector’s role in low carbon development, MRV systems, HCVA in Palm Oil, Private-Public Partnerships and peatland initiatives. The REDD+ implementation in Indonesia will form the second part of the session, including methodology, carbon program, and safeguards.

 

Faciltator:

Senior Advisor, Ministry of Forestry (Yetti Rusli)

 

Speakers:

GIZ+FORCLIME

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

ZSL

The Nature Conservancy

Sinar Mas Forestry

Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper

PT. Cipta Usaha Sejati

Center for Environmental Standardisation

Ministry of Forestry Indonesia

15 November

09.00-12.00

Protected Forests, Biomass Renewable Energy, Bioprospecting, Production Forests, National Parks

This forest-rich session will explore the various activities of the Environmental Service of Protected Forests and National Parks, including REDD+ Demonstration Activities, sustainable tourism and mini-hydro in Conservation Areas. The second half will address the possibilities and practice of biomass and renewable energy from forests.

 

Facilitator:

WWF Indonesia (Nyoman Iswarayoga)

Speakers:

Center for Research on Climate and Policy

APAI

KEHATI Foundation

Chevron

IBEKA

Newmont Indonesia

Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund

Silvikultur Intensif

Ministry of Forestry Indonesia

13.00-14.30

Green Financing

The government of Indonesia has been made several important contributions to address the climate change issues through a number of innovative financing mechanisms. This session will contribute to the international discussions on green financing through sharing first-hand information in Indonesia and what are the challenges need to overcome and where the development partners concern for effectively support the effort of the government of Indonesia.

 

Moderator:

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (Farhan Helmy)

 

Speakers:

Green Climate Fund Board

Ministry of Finance Indonesia (Irfa Ampri)

Japan International Cooperation Agency (Junichiro Sahara)

World Bank

French Development Agency, AFD

Ministry of Finance Indonesia

 

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

 

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (NCCC)

18 November

09.00-12.00

Joint Credit Mechanism

The session aims to share challenges and opportunities in developing and utilizing various market mechanisms, such as Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) between Japan and host countries and contribute to discussions and negotiations at COP19. To this end, the session is to present the progress of JCM development in Indonesia from proposal to up-to-date implementation.

Speakers:
President’s Special Staff on Climate Change (Agus Purnomo)
Government of Japan
Coordinating Ministry of Economics (Edwin Manansang)
National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (Dicky Edwin Hindarto)
National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (Suzanty Sitorus)
US Department of State (Alexia Kelly)
Ministry of Environment and Green Development Mongolia (Tsendsuren Batsuuri)

 JCM Flyer PDF version

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

 

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (NCCC)

13.15-14.30

Delivering Low-Carbon Development Results through Innovative Financial Mechanisms

OFFICIAL INDONESIA/PELANGI INDONESIA SIDE EVENT

The Official Side Event will enhance understanding of international stakeholders on initiatives that have been implemented in Indonesia to support adaptation and mitigation actions through financial schemes and instruments, highlight capacity and experience of Indonesia’s entities in managing climate change programs and projects with domestic and international donors, opportunities and challenges to utilise the initiatives to accelerate Indonesia’s transformation to low carbon and resilient economy.

Moderated by Thomas Heller, Climate Policy Initiative

Speakers:
Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Environment, Ministry of National Development Planning Indonesia (Endah Murniningtyas)

Ministry of Finance Indonesia (Irfa Ampri)

PT. Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Emma Sri Martini)

Bank Indonesia (Mulya E. Siregar)

KfW (Matthias Boerner)

 PDF version

Ministry of National Planning/National Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)

 

Pelangi Indonesia

15.30-18.00

Climate Change Adaptation: It’s a time to act!

Adaptive measures can mitigate damage and avoid exacerbating impacts of natural disaster but emphasis must be placed on implementation. Different levels of activities, from policy development to grass-root actions, have been identified as modalities in enhancing adaptive capacity and reducing vulnerability to the impact of climate change. This event will present the adaptation efforts at different levels and for various vulnerable sectors in China, Nepal and Indonesia.

Opening remarks by H.E. Darmansjah Djumala, Indonesian Ambassador to Poland

Facilitated by Ari Muhammad, Secretary of Adaptation Working Group at National Council on Climate Change Indonesia

Speakers:
Ministry of Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency Indonesia (Endah Murniningtyas, Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Environment)
Ministry of Environment Indonesia (Sri Tantri, Assistant Deputy Minister for Adaptation of Climate Change)
Adapting to Climate Change in China (Rebecca Nadin)

WWF Nepal (Ugan Manandhar)

 TOR PDF Version

Ministry of Environment Indonesia

18.00-20.00

Cities and Climate Change

In 2030, it is projected that 65 percent of the Indonesian population will be living in urban areas.  City dwellers will be the best outlet to start climate change. This session will share views and knowledge from evidence-based studies in Indonesia and other countries and promote low emission and climate resilient development of the cities.

Opening Remarks:
H.E. Darmansjah Djumala, Indonesian Ambassador to Poland
David Cadman, President, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability
Representative of the European Commission (tbc)

Facilitated by Farhan Helmy, Secretary of Mitigation Working Group at National Council on Climate Change Indonesia

Speakers:
ICLEI (Yunus Arikan)

ICLEI South Asia Secretariat (Emani Kumar, Executive Director, and ICLEI Deputy Secretary General)

Perspective Climate Change (Matthias Honegger)

 PDF version

International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI)

 

National Council on Climate Change Indonesia (NCCC)

19 November

10.00-12.00

NAMAs and Financing: A Debate Around Potentials and Pitfalls

Many developing countries and emerging economies are currently preparing their strategies and programs for NAMAs. One thing they have all in common is the question how to fund the mitigation actions which should lead to a deviation from the BAU scenario. The event seeks to bring together proponents of the most recent and developed NAMAs, and discusses with representatives from the finance sector how funding possibilities and solutions could look like.

Open Remarks by Endah Murniningtyas, Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Environment, Ministry of Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency Indonesia

Moderated by Konrad von Ritter, Independent Expert

Speakers:
GIZ (Heiner von Luepke)
National Development Planning Agency Indonesia (Syamsidar Thamrin)
Chile (Fernando Farías Ellies
WRI (Dennis Tirpak)
Federal Ministry for the Environment Germany (Norbert Gorrisen, Head of Division International Climate Finance, International Climate Initiative)
Bank of Indonesia (Dhani Gunawan)


 PDF version

Ministry of National Planning/National Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

16.00-18.00

Population Dynamics and Climate Change

Indonesia is a critical country for climate change and population, as a middle income country with enormous climate vulnerabilities, significant contributions to emissions and absorption and approximately 250 million people, half of whom live in urban areas. This side event will cover these issues, focusing on a range of levels from community and city population composition and vulnerabilities to national and regional aspects of the links between population dynamics and climate change.

Speakers:

National Council on Climate Change (Farhan Helmy)

UNFPA (Daniel Schensul)

International Institute for Environment and Development (David Doodman)

ICLEI (Emani Kumar)

 

 

 TOR PDF version

UNFPA

 

National Council on Climate Change (NCCC)

20 November

10.00-12.00

Securing a Low Carbon Future

HIGH LEVEL EVENT

Indonesia and other countries have initiated the transformation into a low carbon economy. Mainstreaming climate change into their respective national development agendas has produced fruitful results. This high level session will share views and challenges on the current low carbon economy agenda from different countries and explore some initiatives to secure a low carbon future.

Speakers:
Minister of Environment Indonesia (Balthasar Kambuaya)
President’s Special Envoy for Climate Change Indonesia (Rachmat Witoelar)
Ambassador for Global Environment Japan (Masahiko Horie)
TBC

National Council on Climate Change (NCCC)

13.00-16.00

Technology Transfer under the Technology Mechanism

As a means of implementation, technology is a vital part of the climate change negotiations, and there have been many exciting developments in this field in many countries. This session will address some action on the preparation to the implementation of Technology Transfers through TNA and FIRM projects, and share the national experiences of Indonesia, Ghana, Vietnam, Costa Rica and the experience of UNEP.

Speakers:
UNEP
Costa Rica
Ghana
Indonesia
Vietnam

UNEP Risø Centre on Energy Climate and Sustainable Development

 

National Council on Climate Change (NCCC))

21 November

15.00-16.00

Tea with the Indonesia Delegation

As the sun slowly sets on Warsaw COP19/CMP9, please join us at this informal event where we would like to reflect upon our current progress and steps forward while at the same time acknowledging the challenges we face on this path to an inclusive and multilateral 2015 agreement.

Flyer PDF Version

National Council and Climate Change(NCCC/DNPI)

 

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