gl-logo

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.

tfa

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

IBCSD Programs

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.

Events

No event found!

Our Member

 
 

Our Partners

 
 

Social Media

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

Going green entails more than just recycling and purchasing eco-friendly goods. Committed and responsible carbon footprint reduction is also critical to the long-term sustainability of our planet. According to the website nature.org, the average global carbon footprint per person is close to 4 tonnes per year. Meanwhile, the average for one person in Indonesia is projected to be 2.5 tons per year.Reducing carbon footprints is an easy and inexpensive way to lessen the environmental effect. Here are some easy ways you can adjust your daily routine to help battle climate change and minimize your carbon footprint. So, what will you do today?#IBCSD #NetZeroEmissions #TowardsZero ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
Did you realize that our most typical business activity contributes the largest portion of our carbon footprint?A company's carbon footprint is a significant aspect of its environmental performance. Businesses should be aware of the consequences of their operations and take proactive actions to minimize the effects, including reducing their energy consumption and material waste.Swipe to learn about the hidden carbon footprint of company operations!#IBCSD #NetZeroEmissions #netzero #TowardsZero ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
Do you understand?Everyday human generated CO2 gas in daily life, as well as the usage of fuels that we often use or consume.According to The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change, there were 306 catastrophic weather-related incidents every year from 2007 to 2016, a 46 percent increase since 2000. The vast amount of gas emissions created by each activity contribute to climate change. Everything we use or consume, as well as what we do, has an impact on the environment. The more carbon footprints created, the greater the increase in global surface temperature.Swipe to learn the facts!#IBCSD #NetZeroEmission #NetZeroNow ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
Hi, Sustainable Enthusiasts!Indonesia, the world's fourth most populated nation, generates over 105,000 tons of daily waste. The World Bank projects that by 2025, this amount will rise to 150,000 tons. Responding to this situation, the Indonesian government has taken multiple actions using a variety of policy instruments, such as the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) regulation, which calls on manufacturers and merchants to manage product waste more responsibly.However, because Food and Beverage Industry plays a crucial role, additional initiatives are required from the businesses and brand owners that produce and introduce plastics into our lives to address this situation. Then, how do they handle the waste from recycled plastic?Learn more in Dialogues on Enhancing EPR among Consumer Goods and Brand Owners at:📅 Tuesday, 12 June 2022🕛 09.00 am - 12.00 pm Register rebrand.ly/EPR12JulyThis event is a collaboration between IBCSD and the Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP) and part of the Tackling Marine Litter Program supported by 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).#IBCSD #EPR #plasticwaste #FMCG #webinar #plasticpackaging #marinelitter #plastikkemasan #sampahplastik #sampahlaut #SAMPAH ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
[CALL FOR PROPOSALS]For Plastic Circularity Startups Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) is inviting plastic circularity startups to submit proposals for a Competitive Grant to address the problem of plastic pollution waste and its potentially major effects on circularity and the prevention of marine litter. Interested startups are invited to present their ideas by emailing [email protected] Submit your proposal by July 11th 2022 Find out more rebrand.ly/TORStartupsCircularity#IBCSD #business #startups #indonesia #plastic #circularity #callforproposals #marinedebris ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
[Dialogues on Enhancing EPR among Consumer Goods and Brand Owners]12 July 2022Did you know that the food and beverage business has an 8-10% growth potential but consumes the most plastic?Unfortunately, Indonesia produces roughly 2.31 tons of plastic every year, with a total demand of 5,635 tons. 38% of them are utilized as plastic packaging. With the expansion of the food and beverage industries, it is inevitable that the use of plastic product packaging would increase as well.Let's see how brand owners deal with the industry's excessive use of plastic product packaging! Join the EPR Enhancing Dialogue among Consumer Goods and Brand Owners on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.!Registration rebrand.ly/EPR12July ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook