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FACT Indonesia, Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara (YKAN), and the East Kalimantan Provincial Government host webinar on GCF Task Force East Kalimantan: Commitments and Challenges of Implementing Low-Emission Development in East Kalimantan

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12/2020
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Author : MIMIN FACT


FACT Indonesia, Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara (YKAN), and the East Kalimantan Provincial Government host webinar on GCF Task Force East Kalimantan: Commitments and Challenges of Implementing Low-Emission Development in East Kalimantan

On December 7th, 2020, FACT Indonesia, Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara (YKAN), and the East Kalimantan Provincial Government jointly hosted a webinar to discuss the commitments and challenges of implementing low-emission development in East Kalimantan through the Green Climate Fund (GCF) Task Force.

The GCF is a financial mechanism established under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to support developing countries in their efforts to mitigate and adapt to climate change. The GCF Task Force provides a platform for regional and local governments to participate in the development of climate action plans that are aligned with the GCF’s goals and objectives.

The webinar was attended by government officials, civil society representatives, and other stakeholders from across East Kalimantan. The panelists included representatives from FACT Indonesia, YKAN, and the East Kalimantan Provincial Government, who shared their experiences and insights on low-emission development and the role of the GCF Task Force in achieving sustainable and climate-resilient development.

The panelists discussed the various commitments and challenges of implementing low-emission development in East Kalimantan, including the need to address deforestation and land-use change, improve waste management, and transition to renewable energy. They also highlighted the importance of stakeholder engagement and collaboration, including the involvement of local communities, in the development and implementation of climate action plans.

The panelists emphasized the role of the GCF Task Force in providing technical and financial support to local governments in their efforts to develop climate action plans and access funding from the GCF. They also discussed the various challenges and opportunities facing East Kalimantan in its efforts to promote sustainable and climate-resilient development.

The webinar also featured a Q&A session, during which participants had the opportunity to ask questions and share their perspectives on low-emission development and the role of the GCF Task Force. The panelists provided detailed responses to these questions, highlighting the various challenges and opportunities facing East Kalimantan in its efforts to promote sustainable and climate-resilient development.

In conclusion, YKAN, and the East Kalimantan Provincial Government provided a valuable platform for stakeholders to discuss the commitments and challenges of implementing low-emission development in East Kalimantan through the GCF Task Force. The panelists emphasized the importance of stakeholder engagement and collaboration, as well as the role of the GCF Task Force in providing technical and financial support to local governments. The webinar was an important step towards building a more sustainable and climate-resilient future for East Kalimantan.

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