Climate Change in Indonesia

Indonesia is among the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate change, and the shocks from more regular floods, droughts, and intense weather events are already felt today. While managing and mitigating climate risks arevital for Indonesia’s future development, economic growth remains a priority for decision-makers. How can decision makers in Indonesia balance urgent economic and development needs with longer-term climate change? Join us on June 9th for a discussion with Nur Hidayati, Richard Jeo, and Ambassador Dino Patti Djalal for an in-depth discussion.

Featured Speakers

Nur Hidayati, Executive Director of WALHI (Friends of the Earth Indonesia)

Ambassador (ret) Dino Patti Djalal, Senior Advisor to the Asia Group

Richard Jeo, Senior Vice President, Conservation International

Moderated By

Ambassador (ret) Robert O. Blake, Senior Director at McLarty Associates

This event is co-hosted by the Stimson Center Southeast Asia Forum and the U.S.–Indonesia Society.

Part of the Southeast Asia Forum Project
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