Bioenergy to address the dilemma of fuel for cooking in Indonesia

01 May 2017 | by

The Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) noted that total consumption of Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) rose to 6.67 million metric tonnes last year, up 1.5 percent from 2015. But, domestic production of LPG has dropped to 2.24 million metric tonnes in 2016 from 2.27 million...

Climate-smart agriculture, not an oxymoron

09 November 2016 | by Ibnu Budiman

“Is climate-smart agriculture [CSA] an oxymoron?”, Lisa Schipper, a researcher, questioned in regard to a new farming concept outlined in the 5th Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum in Sri Lanka recently.

Transition pathways for achieving bioenergy target

01 June 2016 | by Ibnu Budiman

The European Commission research programs in partnership with Udayana University and the Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund recently conducted an international workshop in Bali to discuss a wide range of issues related to bioenergy.

Building the energy-agriculture nexus in Indonesia

09 May 2016 | by Ibnu Budiman

The energy-agriculture nexus serves as a key platform for the sustainable development vision of GREEN-WIN. With agriculture accounting for 34.8 percent of the energy consumed in the Indonesia industry sector, it is important for stakeholders to...

Three reasons financial technology works for green SMEs

21 April 2016 | by Brindusa Fidanza

Brindusa Fidanza, Founder and CEO of The Ground_Up Project, outlines why the new sustainable development goals can lead to a boom for business. The Ground_Up Association, a Swiss-based non-profit, is a partner in the GREEN-WIN project.