On February 2nd, 2024, a critical discussion on sustainability took a big step forward at the “Green Transitions in the Global Environment” conference, hosted by the ESSCA School of Management. ACCEPT was invited to share its expertise and lead the conversation on transforming the energy landscape within the ASEAN nations.
The 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP28) marks another crucial milestone in the ongoing global climate efforts, demanding a reassessment of the international agendas.
This special edition spotlights the advancements made by the
ASEAN Member States (AMS) towards net zero, particularly in the
wake of COP 28.
ARNECC Paper Talks 2.0 – Net Zero Series #3: Analysis of Net Zero Emission Index for Several Areas in Indonesia Using Individual Carbon Footprint and Land Use Covered
The ASEAN Climate Change and Energy Project (ACCEPT) Phase II continued its mission toward a sustainable future by exploring the significance of the net-zero emission index in different areas. This commitment was presented through launching the third episode of ARNECC Paper Talks 2.0 – Net Zero Series on January 25, 2024.
The ACCEPT II study tour to Norway, conducted November 5-11, provided an in-depth look into Norwegian experiences and knowledge about the energy-climate
nexus, which is crucial for the ASEAN Member States (AMS) and their aim of reaching net-zero by 2050. This initiative aligns with the ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation Phase II, especially the section on Regional Energy Policy and Planning.
As Indonesia have made targets on reducing GHG emissions in the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) by 31.89% on its own capability and 43.20% with international assistance in 2030, it is important to track the amount of emissions produced and absorbed in different regions of the country. Mr. Khaerul Amru, alongside seven other co-authors, did exactly […]