National Medium Term Development Plan 2015-2019 (RPJMN 2015-2019)
Other strategies included in the plan are:
- To create and to increase green cities development as a part of climate and disaster security through : (a) spatial planning which orientates on environment sustainability; (b) improved institution and capacity of public officer to mitigate and reduce disaster risks; (c) providing public goods and infrastructure based on green construction principles;
- To develop the rural and remote areas, with special attention on border areas, disadvantaged regions, transmigration areas, and small islands;
- To eradicate illegal logging, illegal fishing and illegal mining;
- To improve governance in natural resources and to increase community participation in forest management.
Specified targets include:
- Reduce greenhouse gas emissions for the five priority sectors, namely forestry and peat lands, agriculture, energy and transportation, industrial and waste, so that it will meet the target of 26 % in 2019 , in line with the National Action Plan for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction ( RAN - GRK );
- Increasing community resilience to the impacts of climate change on 15 vulnerable areas which are the pilot of National Adaptation Action Plan on Climate Change ( RAN -API). The Government stressed the importance of each province to set emission reduction targets within the framework of the Regional Action Plan - Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction ( RAD - GRK ) with by issuing Governer Regulation.
The plan also contains numerous regional-level initiatives, such as:
- Accelerating the development of downstream industries of mining, oil, gas and copper;
- Increased conservation and environmental carrying capacity for low-carbon development;
- Development of sustainable and inclusive economic zones based on village territories of indigenous peoples, through accelerated improvement of human resource in Papua.
- Maintain Borneo's function as the lungs of the world, to enhance the conservation and watershed rehabilitation, critical areas, protected forests, and forest production; and developing systems for flood disasters and fires;
- Maintaining Borneo as national depository for energy with downstream development of coal , including the development of biomass-based renewable energy and water or the sun, or in accordance with the existing natural resources in each province;
- Development of commodity -based industries as oil palm, rubber, bauxite, iron, liquefied natural gas, zircon sand and quartz sand.
- National energy depository , including renewable energy development;
- Development of coal commodity downstream;
- Industry development based on oil palm, rubber, tin, bauxite and kaolin.
26% cut in GHG emissions by 2019 compared with a 2015 baseline
10-16% renewable energy by 2019 compared with a 2019 scenario
463.2 SBM per billion Rupiah by 2019 compared with a 2019 scenario