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This report finds that a low carbon growth path for Indonesia can deliver an average GDP growth rate of 6% annually until 2045. It would unlock an array of economic, social and environmental benefits, including reducing extreme poverty, generating additional better-paid jobs, and avoiding deaths due to reduced air pollution.


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Low Carbon Development: A Paradigm Shift Towards a Green Economy in Indonesia: Full Report (English)

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Pembangunan Rendah Karbon : Pergeseran Paradigma Menuju Ekonomi Hijau di Indonesia (Indonesian)

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Low Carbon Development: a Green Economy in Indonesia - Policymakers' Summary

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