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Think Climate Indonesia is a three-year partnership supported by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Oak Foundation aimed at enabling local think tanks in Indonesia to engage more effectively in climate actions.
Think tanks straddling the boundaries between research, policymaking, and citizen engagement have the ability to respond to the complex challenges of climate change through informing evidence-based policy with local knowledge and expertise in timely, relevant, and accessible ways.
This three-year partnership provides the core funding for the organizational and research activities of five local think tanks
Sustainable Agroforestry Practices for Achieving Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change. The Cases of Four Provinces: Nusa Tenggara Timur, Jambi, Papua Barat, Sulawesi Tenggara.
The Role of Social Forestry in Climate Adaptation and Food Security: Evidence from Riau Province.
Forest and Land Rehabilitation Program: Implications for Climate Mitigation and Farmer’s Local Livelihoods in East Kalimantan Province.
Climate Foodprint in Indonesian Cities: Studies from Semarang and Bima.
Crafting Climate Governance Policy at Sub-National Scales in Indonesia: An Emphasis on Low Emission Agriculture and Food Security.
Learn more about the inception workshop here.
Climate Change, Biodiversity, Climate Actions.