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Using cutting-edge economic modelling that reflects the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the costs of inaction, the report shows how Indonesia can start implementing net-zero measures as part of its COVID-19 recovery, with significant stimulus effects and job creation impacts from the first year. 


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A Green Economy for a Net-Zero Future: How Indonesia can build back better after COVID-19 with the Low Carbon Development Initiative (LCDI)

12.08 MB

Executive Summery GE Report Lowers 29 September

3.07 MB

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