Podcast host Sothea Ros speaks to Bambang Susantono, chairman of the Nusantara National Capital Authority, on Indonesia's plans for its new capital in East Kalimantan.
The loan will support integrated reforms in education, skills development, health, and social protection aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals.
Designed as a de-risking tool, this facility aims to leverage ADB and government funds to catalyze green funds from private, institutional, and commercial sources over time.
This report explores green bonds and other instruments that can help finance Indonesia's transition into a low-carbon economy.
his flyer is about an infrastructure investment platform ADB supports to help Indonesia achieve its targets under the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.
This program supports Indonesia's ambitious energy sector reforms, its target of 29% GHG emission reduction, and its plans to reach net zero by 2060 and phase out coal generation.
This paper identifies challenges and constraints of Indonesia’s energy transition mechanism.
This study examines the impact of feed-in tariffs on promoting investments in renewable energy in Southeast Asia.
Indonesia Needs to Strengthen Startup Ecosystem to Ensure More Companies Survive the ‘Valley of Death’Improving quality of incubators and accelerators, financial access for early-stage startups, and talent development are needed to bolster startups, says ADB report.
Tags: Indonesia, Information and communications technology, Private sector development, Sustainable Development Goals, Health, Education, Environment, Climate change and disaster risk management, Agriculture and food security
Protecting and strengthening blue carbon ecosystems, developing offshore renewable energy, and decarbonizing domestic shipping all have potential to significantly reduce emissions.