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The United Nations Office for REDD+ Coordination in Indonesia (UNORCID) is the focal point for REDD+ activities of the UN System in Indonesia. UNORCID provides the Government of Indonesia, its counterparts from UN agencies, funds and programmes and all stakeholders with coordination and information regarding the latest REDD+ developments in Indonesia. Through assessing needs, assisting policy formulation, and providing relevant technical expertise as requested, UNORCID offers direct support to the Government of Indonesia. On the global level, UNORCID encourages and promotes a coordinated international response to challenges and opportunities for climate change mitigation and adaptation in Indonesia... 

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Upcoming Meetings

UNORCID Dialogue Series Event - El Niño: Learning from Past Exper…

Upcoming Meetings

| September 2015 | Papua Room, Menara Thamrin, Jakarta  The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a climate phenomenon describing the yearly variations in the ocean-atmosphere relationship of the Pacific Ocean. Previous experiences of strong El Niño phenomena indicate a number of major potential environmental, economic and social risks for Indonesia. Analysis...

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UNORCID Launches the Forest Ecosystem Valuation Study Report

08 07 2015

Jakarta, 8 July: A “Forest Ecosystem Valuation Study” (FEVS) Report for Indonesia was launched today in Jakarta. The study, undertaken by the United Nations Office for REDD+ Coordination in Indonesia (UNORCID) with funding support from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), is a critical step in capturing, demonstrating and recognising...

Indonesian Government is Ready to Present Green Investment Opport…

23 04 2015

JAKARTA: The Government of Indonesia is ready to present green investment opportunity targeting 20% increase for each year. Several ministries will explain green investment opportunity to attract national and international investor in the Tropical Landscape Summit: A Global Investment opportunity, taking place in Jakarta 27-28 April 2015.   “Presently, environmental friendly investment...

New global ‘ratings agency’ ranks the 500 institutions that have …

12 02 2015

The Global Canopy Programme’s ‘Forest 500’ launched today ranks who among governments, companies and investors is winning the commitment race to remove deforestation from commodity supply chains. Results show that only a small number of actors worldwide have comprehensive policies in place to protect tropical forests and at the current...

Launch Event: “Disaster Recovery Toolkit”

10 02 2015

Jakarta, 10 February- The Disaster Recovery Toolkit developed by the Tsunami Global Lessons Learned Project-TGLLP, was launched today in Jakarta by Dr. Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, Chair of the TGLLP-Steering Committee; Ms. Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme and Chair of United Nations Development Group; H.E. Mr. Sudirman Said,...

The New Climate Economy (NCE) Report: Growth with Equity and Miti…

07 11 2014

Driving Transition Towards Low-Carbon Economy JAKARTA, 7 November 2014– The Bahasa Indonesia version of the New Climate Economy report entitled “Better Growth, Better Climate” was launched today (07/11). Indonesia is one of the commissioning countries supporting the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate, together with Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, Columbia,...

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