Capability and Funding Needs for Mitigation of Climate Change Unequal
Every year, the average government only allocates 3.5 percent of the state budget for climate change mitigation and adaptation activities. In addition to optimizing the APBN, mobilization of funding sources outside the APBN is also needed.
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JAKARTA, KOMPAS — Indonesia's funding capabilities and needs for climate change mitigation and adaptation are lame. Therefore, the government's policy direction is on two things, namely optimizing the state revenue and expenditure budget or APBN and encouraging the mobilization of funding sources outside the APBN.