The National Coordination Mechanism for the UN CC:Learn Project includes key Ministries, learning institutions, civil society and the private sector.
UN CC:Learn in Indonesia
Strengthening Human Resources and Skills to Address Climate Change
Deforestation, forest and peatland degradation, and forest fires have been the main source of GHG emission in Indonesia. Despite the current achievement in reducing the deforestation rate, Indonesia’s forest remains under heavy pressures due to increasing demand of land for agriculture extension, oil palm, settlements, etc. At the same time, being an archipelago, Indonesia is very vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. In order to strengthen individual skills and institutional capacities to foster green, low emission and climate resilient development, the country is implementing a national UN CC:Learn Project. Through the Project the country is taking a strategic and results-oriented approach to climate change learning with involvement of key sectors and stakeholders. The Project is being implemented over a period of 19 months in 2012-2013. Find a summary of the project here.