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Indonesia’s Role in International Climate Policy

by Marc Frings

FINANCIAL INCENTIVES TO PRESERVE THE RAINFOREST – AN EFFECTIVE MODEL?

Concerning the emission of greenhouse gas, Indonesia is the third biggest environmental sinner in the world after China and the USA. The destruction of the Indonesian rainforest has wide-reaching consequences for the global climate – 80 per cent of the forest has already disappeared. The REDD initiative (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation) is now part of the international approach to climate protection. It holds a lot of promise for countries like Indonesia with large stands of tropical rainforest.
Forest in Indonesia KAS Jakarta