Indonesia submitted its updated NDC in 2022. The updated NDC has an unconditional emissions reduction target of 29% and a conditional target of 41% as compared to business-as-usual scenarios. The NDC covers energy, waste, industrial processes and product use, agriculture, and forestry and other land uses sectors as well as adaptation. Indonesia submitted its Long-Term Strategy for Low Carbon and Climate Resilience 2050 to UNFCCC on 22 July 2021. The Long-Term Strategy outlines the country’s goal to reach peak national GHG emissions by 2030 and to progress further towards net-zero emissions by 2060 or sooner.
Timeline of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Document Submissions
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Membership: member since 2016
Governance: Indonesia was a member of the NDC Partnership Steering Committee and served from 2022 to 2023
Country Engagement: Since joining the Partnership, Indonesia has requested support related to designing and improving policies, strategies, plans, and legislation; mainstreaming NDCs into national planning and budgeting; improving the quality and ambition of the NDCs; improving coordination and whole-of-society approach; strengthening monitoring, evaluation reporting, and verification (MRV) systems; delivering capacity building and knowledge products. Indonesia is currently developing its NDC Implementation Plan. Partners have supported various activities through the Partnership, including NDC enhancement through the Climate Action Enhancement Package, mainstreaming climate considerations to post-COVID-19 recovery through the Economic Advisory Initiative, and developing climate-related studies for Indonesia’s G20 presidency in 2022. For further information on the requests submitted by Indonesia, including outstanding areas of support, please follow the links in the following section.
Access the country specific documents relevant to NDC Partnership in‑country work below.