Tuesday, April 16, 2024

KLHK encourages carbon economic value implementation for emission reduction

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The Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) is pushing for the implementation of the Carbon Economic Value (NEK) to achieve emission reduction targets by strengthening human resources through workshops and training.

Minister of Environment and Forestry, Siti Nurbaya Bakar, emphasized the need to balance the high enthusiasm and interest of the public in Carbon Economic Value with accurate information and policies that are well-implemented by regulators.

Through this workshop and training, the minister hopes that participants will gain a better understanding of the strategic and operational policies of implementing the Carbon Economic Value to support the achievement of the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) and the control of greenhouse gas emissions to support national development.

The workshop covers managerial, technical, and socio-cultural aspects related to Carbon Economic Value, providing theory, discussions, and an examination of various documents related to NEK.

Siti Nurbaya also highlighted the need for supervision over the introduction of implementation concepts of carbon economics that do not align with national policies and standards, which need to be adjusted or compatible with national interests.

This situation presents a gap perceived by public and private entities that require information, regulations, and best practices related to Carbon Economic Value.

Therefore, communication efforts to reach more stakeholders need to leverage various media. The ministry aims to actively involve all levels of civil servants in various functions and roles, especially in engaging various stakeholder partners.

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