North Kalimantan Indonesia
Description

Availability of Electricity of 6,080 MW for environmentally friendly North Kalimantan c and East Kalimantan communities. 

PartnersPT. Kayan Hydro Energi asal China Kayan Hydro Energy from China
Funding SourcePT. Kayan Hydro Energi asal China Kayan Hydro Energy from China
Funding AmountIDR Rp. 15.6 trillion
Initiative TypePublic Investment
Initiative StatusMemorandum of Understanding
Description

One of the activities to build an environmentally friendly industry is to build an integrated industrial smelter area to by PT.Tsingshan Holding Group of China State. The project will be built in Kuningan Industrial Estate (KIPI), Bulungan District of North Kalimantan Province with total investment of 28 billion US $.This was initiated since the year 2017. 

PartnersPT. Tsingshan Holding Group asal China Tsingshan Holding Group from China
Funding SourcePT. Tsingshan Holding Group asal China Tsingshan Holding Group from China
Funding AmountUSD 28 billion
Initiative TypePublic Investment
Initiative StatusMemorandum of Understanding
Description

Creation of Climate Camp Program (Proklim) in order to support LHK Ministry Program.

The issue of Climate Change has become a real environmental phenomenon and is recognized as one of the greatest threats to human life.The Ministry of Environment and Forestry has made a policy in the form of Kampung Climate Program (Proklim).Proklim is a national scheme program to encourage the active participation of communities and all parties in implementing local actions to improve resilience to climate change impacts and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.North Kalimantan plans to foster villages around Kayan Mentarang National Park as a Kampung Kampan Climate Program with a target of 20 villages / villages in collaboration with donors from abroad.

PartnersMinistry of Environment and Forestry
Initiative TypeEmissions Reduction Program (REDD +)
Initiative StatusPlanning Phase
Description

This project supports regions in strengthening their management capacity and monitoring in forestry, with their equipment offices and checkpoints. The project also has specific activities with regional governments and the management of protected areas, forest land, advancing the national forest inventory, implementation of spatial data infrastructures, implementation of anticorruption plan in the forestry sector, improved control and forest monitoring and promotion of forestry value chains. The project also has a grant fund for submitting public investment projects at regional level. 

PartnersNational forest and Wildlife Service, Andean Development Corporation, regional governments
Funding AmountUSD US $ 76 M to strengthen forest management and monitoring
Initiative TypeTechnical Assistance Partnership, Public Investment
Initiative StatusUnder Implementation