Indonesia has signed the Paris Agreement in New York on 22 April 2016. In its INDC, Indonesia commits to unconditionally reduce its emissions by almost a third (29 percent) against 2030 business-as-usual (BAU) scenario or more (41 percent), provided that international assistance is available. At the signing ceremony, the Minister of Environment and Forestry Dr Siti Nurbaya mentioned that Indonesia would be among the first 55 countries to ratify the agreement and that Indonesia's NDC would be more ambitious than its INDC.

In monitoring the emissions reduction target, information and data play critical role. Information on emission reduction target at the national and local level are available in the form of National Action Plan to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions (RAN GRK), Regional Action Plan to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions (RAD GRK) and Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting document.

WRI Indonesia holds a talkshow on "The Role of Data in Climate Change" with the following details:

Date: Monday, 6 Juni 2016

Time: 13.30 - 15.30

Venue: Auditorium Conclave Co-working space. Jalan Wijaya I No. 5C, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan 12170


  • Ir. Wahyuning Darajati, M.Sc., Direktur Lingkungan Hidup, Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional (dalam konfirmasi)
  • Ir. Emma Rachmawati, M.Sc – Direktur Mitigasi Perubahan Iklim, Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan
  • Dr. Yanuar Nugroho – Deputi II Bidang Kajian Isu-Isu Sosial, Ekologi, dan Budaya Strategis, Kantor Staf Presiden
  • Prasetya Dwicahya – Data Analyst, World Bank Open Data project

To support data transparency and improve stakeholders' understanding on climate data and analyses, WRI Indonesia will also launch the Indonesia Climate Data Explorer, or Platform Interaktif untuk Data Iklim (PINDAI) in Indonesian, an interactive climate data platform that provides free access to comprehensive and comparable climate-relevant data sets at the provincial level.