Month: March 2024

CO2 Markets & Reforestation

Revitalising the Tourist Industry in Indonesia

Nicholas Morris / eyesonindonesia The recently-published Indonesian Long-Term Development Plan (RPJPN) sets ambitious targets for Indonesia in 2045, under the heading “(Golden) Indonesia EMAS”. The plan is to achieve per capita income equivalent to that of developed countries (around US$3,000); eradicate poverty and reduce inequality; increase the influence of Indonesia in the international arena; enhance…
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Borobudur boutique hotel in Jakarta

The Family of the Family

eyesonindonesia Surabaya, March 8th 2024– As a young boy growing up in Palembang, East Sumatra, Indonesia, Kaharuddin Salamun, had his dreams, of course. He also had the urge of seeing the world and bringing changes in what he was going to do later in life.  He now is the General Manager of the Majapahit hotel…
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Reforestation in Indonesia

Reforestation in Indonesia

A Green Path to Climate Resilience and Prosperity eyesonindonesia 1. Mitigating Climate Change: A Forested Shield Indonesia’s lush rainforests have long been a treasure trove of biodiversity, but they also play a critical role in mitigating climate change. Here’s how reforestation efforts are a beacon of hope: Carbon Capture and Storage Reforestation acts as a…
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Carbon Footprint Reduction

Indonesia’s Strategies for Carbon Footprint Reduction

eyesonindonesia Indonesia, a nation rich in biodiversity and facing the challenges of climate change, has been actively working toward reducing its carbon footprint. Here are the key strategies the country is implementing to pave the way for a more sustainable future: 1. Balancing Growth and Emissions Reduction Indonesia recognizes the delicate balance between economic growth…
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