Indonesia's vast forests and oceans have the potential to generate carbon credits that can be transacted at the global level to achieve emission reduction targets in many countries. It is stated that at least five sectors contribute to carbon emissions, namely forestry and land, agriculture, energy and transportation, waste, and industrial processes and product use. The Indonesian government is currently working on various policies to tackle carbon emissions in these various sectors. What is the potential of Indonesia's carbon credits to the world?
President University is delighted to invite you to join a webinar "Potensi Karbon Kredit Indonesia untuk Dunia" that will be held on:
Day/date : Tuesday, 21 June 2022
Time : 09.00 - 10.00 WIB
Registration link : bit.ly/PresUnivWebinar-2106
(Free Registration; zoom link will be automatically sent to the registered email.)
Pandu Patria Sjahrir
Founding Partner AC Ventures
Commissioner of CarbonX
Handa S. Abidin, Ph.D.
Vice Rector for Academics
We are looking forward to your presence in our webinar. Thank you.