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Green Lifestyle Initiative

To support the achievement of Responsible Consumption and Production (SDG 12), IBCSD has implemented green life style program since 2017.

The first phase (2017-2019) resulted in the development of strategy, action plan and the commitment of 13 companies to achieve responsible consumption and production as part of their journey towards sustainable business.

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Tropical Forest Alliance 2020

Preserving and restoring forests is critical to averting the most dangerous climate change and achieving global goals. According to the latest IPCC report, about 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions are tied to deforestation; with up to 20% of all the abatement potential identified in the land-use sector. Forests are also extremely important to food security, water security and livelihoods, so that conserving and restoring forests feature prominently in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) approved in 2015 by the United Nations

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IBCSD as an association led by CEOs who have a shared commitment in promoting sustainable development, using SDG as one of the guidelines for the implementation of programs and projects We target the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through six work programs to achieve systems transformation.

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IBCSD Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development

IBCSD Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development

The Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) is a CEO-led association of companies operating in Indonesia, who share a commitment to promoting sustainable development through sustainable economic growth, ecological balance and social

Plastic waste has been identified as a major contributor to the global pollution crisis. It represents a triple planetary emergency, along with biodiversity loss and climate change, that must be addressed collaboratively by all stakeholders: governments, the private sector, and civil society organizations.With the concerns above in mind, the Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) with the support of the SEA circular– a project funded by the Government of Sweden and jointly implemented by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Coordinating Body on the Seas of East Asia (COBSEA) – plans to facilitate a workshop on sustainability (plastic waste) reporting using GRI standard in the plastic value chain.Let's learn together how to disclose our progress in Plastic Waste Circularity!Click the link in the bio to register!#IBCSD #plasticwaste #EkonomiSirkular #sampahplastik #gri ... See MoreSee Less
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Waste sorting at the source (sorting/segregation) is a critical issue that must be addressed at the consumer/public level. According to the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (2021), household generates 40.8% of waste.IBCSD as a CEO-led association aims to facilitate the discussion on how can businesses increase consumer and general public awareness on adopting behaviors that contribute directly to tackling plastic waste and waste management systems in Indonesia while improving collaboration through circularity opportunities that will bring positive social, economic, and environmental impacts.Register now rebrand.ly/JoinDialogueTML04Oct or click the link on the bio! ... See MoreSee Less
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According to the Thomson Reuters Foundation (2021), one in five of the world's 2,000 largest publicly traded companies has now committed to a “net-zero” emission target to help tackle climate change.IBCSD, an association led by CEOs committed to sustainable development through good business practices, constantly strives to support business leadership activities and joint actions to reduce CO2 emissions and achieve net-zero emissions by 2060.Therefore, we would like to invite you to participate in the webinar "Promoting Net Zero: Business Actions towards Net Zero Emissions."Thursday, September 29th, 2022 2–3 pm We are looking forward to seeing you!Register Now rebrand.ly/NZEBusinessActions#IBCSD #netzeroemissions #business #indonesiabusiness ... See MoreSee Less
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GRASP2030 (Gotong Royong Atasi Susut Limbah Pangan 2030), a pioneer of the voluntary movement initiated by IBCSD with the support of P4G, WRAP UK and Avery Dannison Foundation to reduce food waste from upstream to downstream, marked its first anniversary on September 8, 2022, with a hybrid webinar of "One-Year Collaboration Journey to Reduce Food Loss and Waste."GRASP2030 continues to assist the RPJMN Government's Priority Program to boost food availability, access, and quality, as well as low carbon development, by creating two working groups, namely Measurement-Reporting and Food Donation. This movement has also created a website, government dialogues, and raised public awareness through a social media campaign called #Consumindful. As a member, Sintesa Peninsula Hotel Palembang employs a financial model for FLW by leveraging Leanpath's "Food Waste Tracker" technology.With the urgency to take action against food loss and waste has become a concern of many stakeholders. Through GRASP2030, it is hoped that more businesses and supply chain partners will care and take action to achieve the goal of halving food loss and waste by 2030.#IBCSD #GRASP2030 #Consumindful #foodloss #foodwaste ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi sustainable food enthusiast!GRASP2030 is inviting you to celebrate our First Anniversary of "One Year Journey to Reduce Food Loss and Waste"on Thursday, 8 September 2022 at 2 - 4 pm (GMT+7)The urge to take action against food loss and waste (FLW) is pressing more than ever. The increasing price of commodities, economic loss in the industry, global emission, limited access and uneven distribution becoming more critical. Advancing FLW reduction to realize a sustainable and resilient food system will need actors from different sectors to take action together.Join us to hear the latest update of GRASP2030 Signatories best practices and Sign Up for future collaboration!Registration rebrand.ly/GRASPAnniv2022#IBCSD #GRASP2030 #Consumindful ... See MoreSee Less
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3rd Government - Business Dialogue Tackling Marine Litter by Seizing Circular Opportunities "Handling Marine Debris through Circularity"Tuesday, 30 August 2022The Indonesian government is intensely aware of the problem of plastic waste and is striving to address it through a variety of policies, one of which is the issuance of Presidential Regulation (PERPRES) No. 83 of 2018 on Handling Marine Waste. Where the government has committed to reducing sources and recycling by 30% by 2025 and is expected to contribute to a 70% reduction in marine plastics and other marine debris by 2025. This commitment has sparked several initiatives and regulatory instruments in Indonesia, including the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) regulation, which will require Indonesian producers and retailers to be more responsible in managing product waste.Let’s participate and share our opinions!Registration rebrand.ly/JoinHMC30Aug#IBCSD #Marinelitter #sampahplastiklaut #sampahplastik ... See MoreSee Less
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