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Getting to Know Biofuels in Indonesia

Getting to Know Biofuels in Indonesia

Biofuels (BBN) are fuels derived from plants, animals, and plantation and livestock waste other than fossils. Biofuel can be in the form of solid, liquid, or gas.

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What is the Relationship of FOLU Net Sink 2030 with NDC and LTS-LCCR?

What is the Relationship of FOLU Net Sink 2030 with NDC and LTS-LCCR?

In addition to being committed to controlling Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions as stated in the Nationally Determined Contribution of the Republic of Indonesia and the Long-Term Strategy for Low Carbon and Climate Resilience (LTS-LCCR) 2050, Indonesia has also set a carbon net sink ambition by 2030 specifically for the forest sector. and land.

Forestry and other land uses (FOLU) net sink is a condition when the amount of carbon absorbed by the forest and land sector is equal to or greater than the emissions it produces. This target is very ambitious for Indonesia considering that the forest and land sector still accounts for 40% of total GHG emissions.

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How to Prevent Forest Clearing in FOLU Net Sink 2030?

How to Prevent Forest Clearing in FOLU Net Sink 2030?

In addition to being committed to controlling Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions as stated in the Nationally Determined Contribution of the Republic of Indonesia and the Long-Term Strategy for Low Carbon and Climate Resilience (LTS-LCCR) 2050, Indonesia has also set a carbon net sink ambition by 2030 specifically for the forest sector. and land.

Foresty and other land uses (FOLU) net sink is a situation when the amount of carbon absorbed by the forest and land sector is equal to or greater than the emissions it produces. This target is very ambitious for Indonesia considering that the forest and land sector still accounts for 40% of total GHG emissions.

Learn how forest clearance prevention plays a role in FOLU Net Sink 2030 below.

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