Bandar Lampung city climate working group analysed greenhouse gas emission baseline and actual greenhouse gas emissions.
Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) second technical assistance for adaptation trainings has prompted active participation from Gorontalo climate working group (Pokja) members to be involved in detailing the city’s vulnerabilities and resilience in the face of climate crisis.
Known as "City of Thousand Rivers", Banjarmasin local authorities and communities join in the spirit of collaboration for river cleanliness and waste management.
Kupang has implemented various efforts to boost climate resilience and contribute to sustainable development
Pekanbaru is catching up with other cities with first and second technical assistances to complete CRIC first adaptation training (A1).
The GHG emission profile of this CRIC pilot city is vital in projecting, planning and implementing climate mitigation action.
The city's Climate Working Group involved in participatory discussions related to tagging programme actions for the mitigation sector.
CRIC Project facilitated second climate mitigation trainings in Sheraton Lampung Hotel, between 29-30 August 2023. Rein Susinda Hesty, Head of Economy and Natural Resources Division, Development Planning Agency, City of Bandar Lampung, officially opened the two-day event.
Climate change is now increasingly felt in urban areas in Indonesia, one of which being Samarinda City, which must now be prepared to deal with climate change and serves as a buffer for the IKN or the Capital of the Archipelago in East Kalimantan.
* Written by: Cemara Dinda
CRIC Project continues its supports to pilot cities through capacity building in developing the strategic city specific climate action plan (CAP). It is one way to identify a city’s climate priorities, and CAP provides evidence-based measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to address the potential climate impact on city development.
* Written by: Hizbullah Arief
City of Pekanbaru, one of UCLG ASPAC CRIC Project’s pilot cities is catching up with other cities with first and second technical assistances to complete CRIC first adaptation training (A1).
* Written by: Dwi Ichsan Kurniawan
Bandar Lampung, one of CRIC Project's 10 pilot cities is currently supported through various capacity building programmes and development of the Climate Action Plan (CAP).
The CRIC project is a 5 year project co-funded by the European Union. It proposes a long lasting and unique cooperation through a triangular cooperation between cities and research centres in Europe, South Asia (India, Nepal, Bangladesh), and Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand). The Project will also contribute to sustainable integrated urban development, good governance, and climate adaptation/mitigation through long lasting partnerships, and tools such as sustainable local action plans, early warning tools, air quality and waste management in consultation with experts’ panels.
The target groups of the Project will be local governments, cities, urban stakeholders working on climate resilience, climate mitigation and adaptation, and good governance of inclusive cities. With final beneficiaries including but not limited to local community of the cities/provinces, including women, marginalised sector, civil society, and private sectors.
By: Hizbullah Arief *
When daily temperatures across the world hit new records, most people in Indonesia appear to be less concerned or disturbed. I believe there are various reasons why individuals in tropical nations feel less threatened.
By: Hizbullah Arief *
Kupang has a potential to turn back water scarcity to water abundance if the city manages its water resources sustainably and builds adequate infrastructures that enable effective and efficient water resource use.
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