Source: The Ocean Panel A healthy ocean is the foundation for vibrant economies. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, ocean-based industries were estimated to contribute 2.5 percent of world gross value added and over 31 million direct full-time jobs. However, as governments seek to reset and rebuild follo...
Source: The World Bank Date: 20 May 2021 Indonesia is battling one of the greatest environmental challenges of our time—marine plastic debris. To support the Government of Indonesia's efforts on combating plastic waste and marine debris and its leadership in implementing the agenda, a better underst...
Source: Business MattersDate: April 6, 2021 On World Water Day this year, UNICEF published a report entitled 'Water Security for All', amplifying the urgent need to secure universal access to potable water sources and protect the world's dwindling water supplies. The paper is an appeal to "reimagine...
Source: World BankDate: March 25, 2021 For Indonesia, oceans are vital for its economy and welfare. With more than 17,500 islands and three-quarters of its territory at sea, oceans are central to Indonesia's prosperity. Yet, Indonesia's marine and coastal ecosystems and their economic value are unde...
Source: Water Science PolicyDate: 31 January 2021 A variety of nature-based and hybrid solutions are available to build sustainable value in and around ports.Financiers and investors are willing to jump in, but diffused benefits and a lack of hard and enforceable cashflows prevent uptake at scale12+...
Source: World Economic Forum Date: January 2021  Addressing supply-chain emissions enables many customer-facing companies to impact a volume of emissions several times higher than they could if they were to focus on decarbonizing their own direct operations and power consumption alone – an...
Source: World Economic Forum Date: 23 October 2020  The global shipping industry's annual greenhouse-gas emissions total more than one billion tons.Reducing them is critical in the fight against climate change.Former President of Costa Rica José María Figueres writes that shrinking emissio...
Source: CDP Date: September 2020  Water pollution is an invisible crisis posing serious risks to societies, economies and to business. The apparel and textiles sector has a vital role to play in reducing water pollution at the scale and pace urgently needed. However, many companies in...
Source: Katadata Date: 18 September 2020 Sedikitnya ada empat sektor menjanjikan untuk Impact investing dalam mendukung pembangunan Indonesia yang berkelanjutan. Pembangunan berkelanjutan membutuhkan sokongan modal. Salah satu sumber pendanaan untuk mewujudkan hal tersebut melalui impact invest...
Source: The Conversation Date: 12 August 2020  The disposal of plastics is a global problem. They are nearly indestructible in natural conditions but are discarded worldwide on a large scale. The world produces around 359 million metric tons of plastics each year. Nature cannot address the...
Source: World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Date: 20 August 2020  Access to adequate water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) embodies a fun- damental human right recognized by the United Nations General Assembly. Technology often plays an important role by providing resource-...
Source: The Conversation Date: 10 July 2020 Each year, the total amount of electric and electronic equipment the world uses grows by 2.5 million tonnes. Phones, radios, toys, laptops – if it has a power or battery supply it's likely to join a growing mountain of "e-waste" after use. In 2019 alo...
Source: ARUP, AnteaGroup and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Date: October 2018 Water systems intersect with all sections of society and industry and opportunities exist in these interfaces to create additional value by application of Circular Economy principles. This white paper postulates...
Source: Advanced Science NewsDate: 20 May 2020 A promising approach to establishing a circular water economy and improved technologies requires active involvement and collaboration from all members of society. Onboard the International Space Station (ISS), one liter of water costs more than 10,000 E...
​You can find links to the full presentations here: Part I. 1. Speech on the broader context and development plans of the Province of East Java (mid-term action plan) by Kepala Bappeda 2. Challenges, interventions and recent developments in the Brantas River basin by Raymond Valiant Ruritan (Jasa Ti...