Kompas, 30 March 2019

It has been suggested that Indonesia follow its commitment to improve governance of oil palm plantations, rather than threatening the European Union to leave the Paris Agreement. Indonesian Forum for Environment (Walhi) National Executive Climate Change Campaign Manager Yuyun Harmono demanded on Friday (March 29) the government’s commitment to reduce emissions and issue a policy to reduce the effect of climate change.

Indonesian Climate Change and Forestry Experts Network (APIK Indonesia Network) Chair Mahawan Karuniasa said Indonesia should protect the forests, promote renewable energy and prevent floods and wildfires, with or without the Paris Agreement.

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