Indonesia

26 May 2012
Tropical wetlands, especially peatlands and mangroves, are important in global carbon cycling. Indonesia has more tropical wetlands than any other country on Earth. - Research that addresses critical information gaps and communica...
PUBLICATION TYPE : Report / Paper
05 September 2011
 Watersheds are critical to economic development and environmental protection in Southeast Asia, and are likely to be affected by future climate change. This project assessed the impacts of climate change and associated land use a...
PUBLICATION TYPE : Report / Paper
08 July 2011
Mainstreaming of climate adaptation into sectoral policies is now a political priority. A new report by SEI shows how local climate adaptation lessons can inform public policy based on analysis from climate adaptation expertise in...
PUBLICATION TYPE : Report / Paper
26 May 2012
 summary observed climate change (Hulme and Sheard, 1999; Boer and Faqih, 2004)• Mean annual temperature has increased by about 0.3°C in Indonesia • Overall annual precipitation has decreased by 2 to 3% in Indonesia • Precipitatio...
PUBLICATION TYPE : Policy Brief / Strategy Brief
20 May 2012
In late 2009, Indonesia made a voluntary commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 26% by 2020, or by 41% with international assistance, compared to business as usual. The country aims to achieve 87% of this goal by red...
PUBLICATION TYPE : Policy Brief / Strategy Brief

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