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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

The seas, as the world's largest ecosystem, span more than 70% of our planet and are home to 80% of its species. It is, however, contaminated now, and marine debris can cause suffocation, entanglement, laceration, infections, and internal injuries in animals. We must conserve our valuable marine resources for future generations.Happy World Oceans Day!🌊#ibcsd #WorldOceansDay #microplastics ... See MoreSee Less
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📢SAVE THE DATE!📢T20 Side Event – TF4 : Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture"Tackling Food Loss and Waste, Driving Transformation Through Innovation and Collaboration"Join this event on :📆 Thursday, 16th June 2022🕒 14.00 - 15.45 WIBThis webinar is a collaboration between The Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) together with the Center for Transdisciplinary and Sustainability Sciences (CTSS). This webinar aims to facilitate exchanging ideas and experiences on how a multi-stakeholder collaboration and the role of innovation and technology can accelerate solutions to reduce FLW problems and deliver the ambition to build a sustainable and climate-resilient food system.Register Now!rebrand.ly/JoinT20FLWFor further information please contact:+62 812 8032 5603 (Bryan)+62 811 1472 003 (Ika)#IBCSD #T20 #Foodsecurity #Webinar2022 ... See MoreSee Less
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Join Us Virtually!Roundtable and Training on Adopting a Human Rights-Based Approach to the Plastic Value Chain Tuesday, 7 June 202208.30 - 11.00The 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 Program (UNEP) and the Coordinating Body on the Seas of East Asia (COBSEA) supported by Dalhousie University. Join us for a half-day roundtable and training to learn inspired new concepts and practices on adopting the human rights-based approach to tackling plastic waste across value chains and meaningful takeaways.Please Register Here Or Click the Link on Our Bio!rebrand.ly/HRPFC7June22#ibcsd #training #humanrights #plastics ... See MoreSee Less
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Non-state actors seperti bisnis, filantropi, universitas, dan organisasi masyarakat sipil harus dilibatkan dalam penyusunan Rencana Aksi Nasional dan/atau Rencana Aksi Daerah (RAN/RAD) untuk Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan (TPB/SDGs) agar dapat mendorong pembangunan berkelanjutan di Indonesia.IBCSD bekerjasama dengan Seknas TPB/SDGs dan PT Freeport Indonesia mengundang Anda untuk hadir secara fisik pada Dialog Nasional “Penguatan Pembangunan Daerah Melalui Keterlibatan Dunia Usaha dalam Implementasi TPB/SDG” yang akan diselenggarakan pada Senin, 30 Mei 202208.30 – 13.00 WIB.Silakan mendaftar di sini rebrand.ly/DialogSDGS30Mei#IBCSD #sdgsindonesia ... See MoreSee Less
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The UN Human Rights Council (HRC) on 8 October 2021 through resolution 48/13 recognized for the first time that having a clean, healthy, and sustainable environment is a human right. As we knew, the problem of plastic waste has been seen as a major part of the global pollution crisis. Together with biodiversity loss and climate change, it represents a triple planetary emergency that bold and collaborative actions are required to ensure that this resolution will protect the people and the planet. Join us to hear and learn how Adopting a Human Rights-Based Approach into the Plastic Value Chain can be applied in Indonesiarebrand.ly/HRPFC7June22#ibcsd #plastic ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know? Plastics are not 100% recyclable or reused. Various plastic-based products cannot be recycled or degraded.Most plastics may theoretically be recycled, but according to the United Nations, only around 9% of all plastic waste has ever been recycled. Each plastic has a label that indicates how it should be recycled. Each pursuing arrows triangle has a number from one to seven. The number identifies the type of plastic used to create the product. Understanding the plastic code can help us choose plastic and identify which plastics to recycle, reducing the risk of health and disposal issues.Let's see what sort of plastic you use the most! #ibcsd #plasticwaste #plasticcode ... See MoreSee Less
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