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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

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The Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) is a CEO-led association of compa

Indonesia telah berkomitmen untuk mencapai 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pada tahun 2017 dengan menerbitkan Peraturan Presiden tentang Pelaksanaan Pencapaian SDGs. Peraturan ini kemudian telah diperbarui melalui Peraturan Presiden No. 111 Tahun 2022 yang mencerminkan komitmen pemerintah Indonesia dalam menetapkan target yang lebih ambisius dan terukur serta selaras dengan dokumen Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional (RPJMN) 2020-2024. Melalui webinar yang akan dilaukuan pada Kamis, 24 November 2022, kami bermaksud untuk meluncurkan Ringkasan Kebijakan Akselerasi Aksi dan Kontribusi Sektor Swasta dalam Pencapaian Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan - sebuah analisis kebijakan (policy brief) yang disusun pada tahun 2022 oleh CDP untuk menggambarkan kegiatan dan pencapaian sektor swasta di Indonesia terhadap dua tujuan SDGs sebagaimana tercantum dalam Rencana Aksi Nasional (RAN) SDGs, yaitu SDGs 13: Aksi Iklim dan SDGs 15: Ekosistem Daratan.Pendaftaran klik link bio : bit.ly/SDGsWebinarPolicyBriefLaunching #PolicyBrief #SDGs ... See MoreSee Less
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[WE ARE #HIRING]Hi everyone!Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) is looking for a Consultant For Business Mapping on Business and Community Resilience on Disaster Climate Risk and Environment.Please submit your updated CV and application to [email protected] with the subject "Application: Consultant For Business Mapping" before November 18, 2022.For more info visit linktr.ee/ibcsd_official or click the link on bio!#IBCSD #Hiring #Vacancy #Consultant ... See MoreSee Less
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Ensuring access to nutritious and healthy food for all has become more challenging than ever. The pandemic, international conflict, followed by rising prices and economic recession threat drives us to accelerate sustainable food production that benefits all. IBCSD as an organization that takes the initiative for a sustainable future, through the GRASP2030 program together with other signatories, is committed to improving the food system through responsible production, preventing food loss and waste and giving nutrition access to create a better environment and livelihood. #WorldFoodDay2022 #LeaveNoOneBehind ... See MoreSee Less
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The current state of the world food crisis is still threatened by the problem of food waste. Ironically, research also reveals that in 2019, more than 2 billion people lack regular access to healthy food and that between 720 and 811 million people would go hungry in 2020. From 2000 to 2019, around 23–48 million tons of food is wasted in Indonesia annually. So, how many people would you save from going hungry if you stopped wasting food? #FLW #Consumindful #notwastingfood ... See MoreSee Less
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An estimated 1.3 billion tonnes of food are wasted each year and end up in landfills. In Indonesia, According to a report by the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas), from 2000 to 2019, Indonesia lost 23–48 million tons of food annually. In addition, information on the world's hunger in 2020 indicates that 720 - 811 million people were hungry. As part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Sustainable Development Goals, the worldwide community is working to reduce food waste in order to address this issue.Food donations are a popular and logical solution to prevent safe and surplus food from ending up in landfills and instead get it into the hands of people who need it most. However, in practice, there is some uncertainty around the regulations and laws relevant to food donation. As a result, there is a need for legal guidelines and donor recommendations that explain food donations and reduce obstacles to effective practices.The Global Food Donation Policy Atlas project has published Indonesia Recommendations Food Donation Law and Policy along with the Legal Guide. The project is a collaboration between the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) and The Global FoodBanking Network (GFN) to promote better laws on food donation to help address food loss and food insecurity. ... See MoreSee Less
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One of the significant issues with circular plastics is the collection. Sorting and separating waste at its source is critical to the long-term sustainability of this business model. To some extent, behavior change interventions should be carried out at the business level and at the individual and community groups. Because according to the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (2021), households still account for 40.8% of all waste.IBCSD is facilitating the discussion on how businesses can 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 have positive social, economic, and environmental impacts.Register now to know more about behavioural change toward plastic circularity lnkd.in/gyHqQqK4 Click the link in the bio!#IBCSD #sampahplastik #Plasticwaste #behaviourchange #plasticcircularity #EkonomiSirkular ... See MoreSee Less
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