Norway’s government helps ‘green economy’ in Indonesia

The Government of Norway is assisting South Korea-based Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) in preparing a 18,5 million dollar budget and a team of experts to launch ‘green economy’ projects in Indonesia until 2019.

“We want to help improve the ratio of renewable power plants in Indonesia. This is the future of the energy business […] Helping the farmers is the next plan. We encourage them to use organic fertilizers”, said GGGI country representative manager Anna van Paddenburg.

Norway’s financial support is a part of Indonesia and Norway’s REDD+ partnership to reduce gas emissions.

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