Indonesia’s desire to drive economic growth and reduce climate risk is reflected in the sweeping policy reforms it has introduced in recent years to meet targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Public policy and international and domestic public finance will play a crucial role in meeting these targets. The Landscape of Public Climate Finance in Indonesia shows where public climate finance in Indonesia comes from, through which instruments and disbursement channels it flows to what end uses. It is the most comprehensive study of its kind to be carried out in the country. By identifying where and how public climate finance is already flowing in this report, we provide a baseline against which to measure progress and plan scale up. We also reveal investment patterns that allow us to pinpoint where the biggest barriers and opportunities for scaling up investment are.

This seminar has been jointly organized by CPI and FEEM.