Consultant Services for Development of Guideline on Business Energy Transition

  B. Purpose and Objectives

The purpose of activity set out in the term of reference is to develop a guideline for increasing business capacity in decarbonisation actions through integrated energy solutions strategy, with objectives as follow:

  1. Utilizing WBCSD’s Guidelines for An Integrated Energy Strategy to be adapted with Indonesia’s context;
  2. Streamlining approach and target related to business decarbonisation through integrated energy;
  3. Gaining input and views from relevant government institution regarding the target and direction of business decarbonisation through integrated energy;
  4. Gaining input and views from businesses regarding their interest and trend in decarbonisation through integrated energy.

  C. Scope of Works

The guidelines that shall be delivered according to this term of reference, will consist of two modules as follow:

  1. Module 1: Energy Efficiency
  2. Module 2: Decarbonizing Energy Sourcing

The following are the scope of works expected to be delivered by the consultant in relation to the development of the above guidelines modules. The consultant shall be able to propose any methodology deemed appropriate to deliver the best outcome from the outlined activities.

  1. Preliminary Drafting

The consultant will be responsible to develop a first draft of guideline based on desk review conducted towards various materials, which at least include:

  1. WBCSD’s Guidelines for An Integrated Energy Strategy
  2. Regulation and policy in Indonesia related to business decarbonization through integrated energy strategy;
  3. References from global policy regarding business decarbonization through integrated energy strategy (at least 5 countries, and among them at least 2 countries shall have similar context with Indonesia);
  4. Available paper, books, and references in Indonesia, issued by other institutions regarding business decarbonization through integrated energy strategy.
  5. Stakeholder Input

Following the finalization of preliminary draft, consultant shall be responsible to conduct interview or discussion with governmental stakeholder and government-related institution relevant to business decarbonization through integrated energy strategy, which may include:

  1. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR);
  2. Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF);
  3. Ministry of National Planning (MoNP);
  4. PT PLN (Persero).
  5. Related companies.

The consultant may propose other related stakeholders to maximize the support in developing the guidelines.

  1. Validation Workshop

Validation workshops will be done by engaging at least 20 (twenty) companies for each module. The company’s selection will be shortlisted from IBCSD members and Kadin NZH members, or other companies proposed by the stakeholder during the dialogue process in (2). 


  D. Tasks, Deliverables, and Expected Schedule

The tasks, outcome and products, as well as expected Schedule to be delivered by the consultant are as follow:


No Tasks Deliverables/Products Expected Schedule
1. Desk Review List of reviewed documents & summarized relevant content 7 days
2. First Draft Guideline Preliminary draft of guidelines modules 20 days
3. Stakeholders’ interview and  dialogue/ discussions Minutes of Meeting 8 days
4. Validation Workshop Module 1 Activity Report 1 day
5. Validation Workshop Module 2 Activity Report 1 day
6. Finalization of Guidelines Modules Issuance of Guidelines 5 days


It is expected that the consultant is able to deliver their best results in 3 (three) months since the signing of contract/MoU. Consultant is expected to submit their own timeline of program plan in accordance with the outlined activities under this term of reference.

  E. Division of Responsibility

Following is the division of responsibility or battery limit for the activities to be executed under this term of reference.


No Tasks IBCSD Consultant
1. Desk Review Providing access to relevant references especially available in WBCD including establishing contact Conducting overall activities until report preparation
2. First Draft Guideline Conducting overall activities until report preparation
3. Stakeholders’ interview,  dialogue/ discussions Managing event: providing logistics and media, including venue (if necessary) Preparing materials, reports, & analysis
4. Validation Workshop Module 1 Managing event: providing logistics and media, including venue  Preparing materials, reports, & analysis
5. Validation Workshop Module 2 Managing event: providing logistics and media, including venue Preparing materials, reports, & analysis
6. Finalization of Guidelines Modules Final review Conducting overall activities until report preparation


  G.Proposal Submission

Following are the document to be submitted by consultant as proposal submission:

  1. Administrative

Consultant is expected to submit their corporate legal document, at least the Decree of Establishment (SK Menkumham atas Pengesahan Akta), corporate profile and curriculum vitae of related consultants,, including extensive list of relevant working experiences.

  1. Technical

Consultant is expected to submit a technical proposal, which outlined their take on this term of reference as well as their proposed approach and methodology to answer the requirement of this term of reference and to fulfill the expected deliverables at optimal quality.


  1. Commercial

Consultant is expected to submit commercial proposal, which already covers overall personnel and non-personnel cost at most competitive offer

The above documents shall be submitted at the latest of:

Day/Date : Tuesday, January 30th 2024

Time : 12.00 WIB


Point of Contact

For any clarifications needed by consultant kindly contact the following:

Name : Regi R. Sandi

Title : Program Manager

Mobile/WA : +62 877 2208 1704

E-mail : [email protected]

Regional Manager, Asia Pacific Transition Accelerator, CDP

Key responsibilities include: 

  • Developing and implementing a regional corporate engagement strategy to further drive CDP’s strategic climate leadership initiatives in Asia Pacific, focusing on mainstreaming science-based targets in the region.
  • Working with Asia Pacific’s most impactful companies, inviting and supporting them to implement 1.5°C science-based emissions targets and commit to achieving netzero value-chain emissions before 2050;
  • Coordinating closely with colleagues in CDP’s Disclosure and Supply Chains as well as Partnerships teams on corporate engagement activities and contributing to the development of key engagement materials for use by the global CDP Disclosure team;
  • Speaking on science-based targets in a public capacity at both CDP internal as well as external events, workshops, and corporate meetings across the region.
  • Coordinating closely with the Global Lead, Transition Accelerator, particularly in the management of relationships with key internal and external stakeholders, including initiative partner organizations, regional partners and collaborators, and industry groups to advance CDP’s corporate engagement strategy and goals;
  • Supporting the Transition Accelerator team’s work with other CDP programs, supporting events, and contributing to reports, briefings, and updates.
  • Utilizing internal client relationship management systems and software (e.g. Microsoft

365, Dynamics etc) to keep records and track progress;

  • Lead on project deliverables for grant-funded activities in Southeast Asia together with a regional team, with internal cross team support; { Assist with ad-hoc tasks as required.


Required skills and experience: 


  • At least five years of work experience, preferably related to sustainability and/or business.
  • Knowledge of environmental sustainability topics, particularly GHGs, climate change and renewables
  • Demonstrated experience in campaign work, sales, project management, and/or event management preferred.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, and ability to interact with high-level stakeholders with confidence and fluency on key campaign messages and goals.
  • Strong attention to detail, time management and organization skills, with an ability to work effectively under pressure.
  • Excellent writing skills, including the ability to make complex technical subjects accessible to non-expert audiences
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively in a culturally and geographically diverse professional environment
  • Ability to work collaboratively with a range of teams and external stakeholders, liaising as needed across different time zones, teams, and cultures within the organization.
  • Understanding of the aims and objectives of CDP, as well as a passionate desire to drive forward the mission of CDP.
  • Strong language skills in business English a must; proficiency in a Southeast Asian language will be a bonus.

Applicants must be eligible to work legally in Indonesia. Remote working may be possible for the right candidate in other Asian Countries.

Salary and benefits:

 Competitive NGO salary, 24 days’ holiday plus bank holidays, training and development and other benefits.

This is for a 12 months fixed-term contract with possibility for extension.  

Before you apply

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How to apply

Please email your CV (no longer than 2 pages) and a covering letter (no longer than 1 page) setting out how you meet the required skills and experience or key responsibilities, to [email protected] with “Regional Manager, Asia Pacific, Transition Accelerator”, followed by your first name and surname in the subject. The deadline is 20th January, 2024. 



About CDP:

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Key responsibilities include:

  • Partner with Asia leadership team on strategic and tactical compensation, recruitment and reward-related decisions.
  • Ensure HR policies are consistent and align with our business requirements yet compliance with local rules, regulations and best practice.
  • Coordinating global, APAC resources to provide training for Asia colleagues, to meet development requirements.
  • Providing advice and information on all HR related topics especially in Indonesia, Singapore, HK, etc.
  • Supporting and advising managers on global policies such as annual reviews and recruitment to ensure they are aligned.
  • Championing wellbeing and equality, inclusion, and diversity within region.
  • Supporting with the global HR teams to ensure competitive and proper salary benchmarking.
  • Support and overseeing the creation and updating of the employee handbook.
  • Other tasks assigned by Senior HRBP or SMT.


Essential criteria:

  • A demonstrated understanding across the broad range of HR areas.
  • Ability to influence others into action and to think creatively about solutions.
  • Strong communication skills at all levels with ability to build strong relationships.
  • Excellent organisation and management skills.
  • Experience of working in a global, multiple culture organisation.
  • Extensive knowledge of the operation of relevant laws, regulations and rules
  • Experience of researching, developing and rolling out new policies and procedures
  • Strong IT skills using the Microsoft Office suite and HR databases.
  • Business level English skill.
  • Eligible to work legally in Indonesia.


This is a full-time role based at CDP’s Indonesia office and expect to provide support to APAC area including Indonesia, Singapore, HK and other APAC area if business expanding.  

Salary and benefits: Competitive NGO salary dependent on experience, flexible working opportunities, health insurance, welfare pension and others. Interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in Indonesia.

To apply, please email your a) CV, b) a covering letter setting out how you meet the key responsibilities and c) reference letter (additional letters may be requested) to [email protected] and [email protected] with ‘HRBP, APAC’ followed by your first name and surname in the subject. Your a) CV and b) a covering letter should be in English. The deadline is 16:00 JST, 20th, Jan 2024. Interviews will be held as soon as there is a suitable candidate even prior to the deadline.

Please note that we only provide feedback to shortlisted candidates due to the sheer volume of applications. If you do not hear from us within 21 days, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.


20 adidas Supply Chain Companies “Graduate” from KADIN Net Zero Hub (NZH) Corporate Assistance Program (CAP), Successfully Proving Commitment to Reach Net Zero Before 2050

Along with the company’s commitment, the government, in this case the Ministry of Industry through the Green Industry Center, also supports the net zero ambition. “Industry needs to immediately make decarbonization efforts due to climate-related risks and disasters that can disrupt the supply of raw materials, as well as due to demand from the market and regulations that encourage a more environmentally friendly industry,” said Andalia Gustari as Functional Industry Supervisor of the Green Industry Center of the Ministry of Industry.  

“Significant steps through the Enhanced Nationally Determined Contribution increase Indonesia’s emission reduction target from 29% to 31.99%,” as stated by Dharsono Hartono, as Chairman of KADIN NZH in his remarks at the KADIN Net Zero Hub Corporate Assistance Program Graduation Batch 2 event which took place in Jakarta, on Monday, November 27, 2023. He continued, “Industrial decarbonization can be achieved with high commitment. The Kadin NZH Corporate Assistance Program was created to provide a forum for training and realization of decarbonization commitment.”

The event aimed to recognize companies in the adidas supply chain that successfully completed the Corporate Assistance Program (CAP) under the KADIN NZH. CAP is a 5-month intensive technical assistance program aimed at helping companies identify and quantify greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in scopes 1, 2, and 3, while committing to net zero. CAP facilitates training, 1:1 consultations with mentors, industry best practice sharing sessions, pre-assessment, and guidance on the use of tools that have been adapted to the Indonesian context.

“There are 20 companies in the adidas supply chain incubated through CAP batch 2, consisting of industries in the apparel, footwear, finished goods (bags and balls), and raw materials sectors,” said Clorinda Wibowo, Senior Manager of WRI Indonesia. “From these 20 companies, there is a potential carbon reduction of 3.5 million tons of CO2 in 2035 from Scope 1-3. This is a huge impact that we can be proud of our efforts,” she continued.

The launch of KADIN Net Zero Hub in November 2022 at B20 shows the real commitment of Kadin Indonesia in encouraging more private sector participation in decarbonization efforts. KADIN Indonesia collaborates with WRI Indonesia, CDP, IBCSD, and WWF Indonesia in the development of KADIN NZH as a platform to form strategic partnerships and accelerate the development of the net zero ecosystem in Indonesia.

Within the framework of the CAP program, companies receive support to integrate several international standards, such as the GHG Protocol and Science Based Target Initiatives (SBTi). The purpose of implementing these standards is to ensure that all the company’s climate actions are based on a solid scientific basis and in line with the 1.5 degree Celsius pathway, so as to reduce the potential for more severe negative impacts from the climate crisis.

“After committing to SBTi, companies have 24 months to validate the target. During this validation process, companies need to develop several criteria and ensure the target ambition is in line with the 1.5 degree Celsius decarbonization pathway, submit it to SBTi for formal validation, communicate the target to other stakeholders, and finally, disclose to SBTi,” said Ingo Hauter, Account Manager (Reporter Services & Supply Chains) at CDP. “Currently, the trend to disclose to SBTi is growing rapidly in Southeast Asia,” he added.

“The key to achieving net zero targets requires an appropriate strategy,” said Rizkia Sari Yudawinata, Sustainable Finance Program Lead, WWF Indonesia. “After reporting and disclosure, companies need to implement a net zero strategy, one of which can be accelerated by a climate transition financing plan. Rizkia also mentioned the need for companies to seek access to funding through sustainable financing, which has now been developed by various financial institutions.”  

The support from KADIN NZH and its program partners in assisting companies towards net zero is welcomed by companies that have joined and completed the CAP program.

“It started as a simple reason to join the NZH Chamber of Commerce, since our company does not produce a very significant amount of emissions, and our factory has a large roof that is suitable for installing solar panels. As time goes by, everyone is complaining about the earth getting hotter. As a company, we have to take action and this is our chance to commit to net zero,” said Rahardrian Prananditya, Corporate HSE & Sustainability Department Head of PT Apparel One Indonesia.

“This program can help improve efficiency. We have opportunities and potential improvements to make our production system more efficient. We can also find out where the biggest sources of emissions are, so that we can make the right strategies to reduce these emissions,” said Semuel Izaac L., SEA-Labor & HSE Manager of PT Tah Sung Hung.

Going forward, NZH Chamber of Commerce is committed to continue developing the CAP program to support more companies in reducing their carbon emissions. Currently, 81 companies have officially joined KADIN NZH by signing a memorandum of agreement.

It is hoped that more companies will join to support Indonesia’s net zero ambition. “Today’s markets and investors are increasingly interested in businesses that emphasize their commitment to climate change. This not only has a positive impact on the environment and society, but also ensures future business continuity. By joining NZH, companies can get direct support in designing and implementing strategies to achieve climate change targets, especially towards net zero,” said Indah Budiani, Executive Director of IBCSD.

Find out more about the event in this post-event summary!

Consumindful Initiative: Encouraging Consumers to Prevent Food Waste through Behavior Change

“The issue of food loss and waste is a serious concern for Indonesia and other countries, as stated by the National Food Agency in the UN Food Systems Summit +2 Stocktaking Moment 2023 forum,” said Febrina Cholida, as Food Security Analyst who represented the Deputy II for Food Insecurity and Nutrition of the National Food Agency, Nyoto Suwignyo, in the keynote speech delivered at this event. “Therefore, we want to achieve Better Nutrition, Better Behavior, and Better Collaboration to jointly address this issue.”

The main idea of the Consumindful initiative is to increase consumer participation in preventing food waste. This movement is expected to amplify the message to a wider audience to be wiser in consuming and not wasting food. Spreading the message of the importance of reducing food waste is considered necessary, because Indonesia experiences economic losses of 4-5% of total GDP due to food loss and waste based on Bappenas data in 2021. The Consumindful initiative is in collaboration with WRAP, a non-profit environmental organization based in the UK that has experience working on projects related to changing consumer behavior. “The consumption phase needs to be considered because the most food waste is generated at this stage. As we all know that humans are complex creatures, their behavior is also complex. For this reason, we created an intervention that targets the 18-34 age group who are known to be social media savvy and concerned about environmental issues,” said Michael Jones, WRAP’s International Partnership Manager.

The Consumindful initiative was also made possible with the support of the Danish Embassy in Indonesia. “Inviting the younger generation to bring change to environmental issues is very important,” said Hanne Larsen, Minister Counsellor for Food and Agriculture at the Danish Embassy in Indonesia. She continued, “Denmark continues to support Indonesia to address the issue of food loss and waste because we share the same mission to achieve a circular economy. Consumindful is an exciting initiative as it leverages IBCSD’s extensive network with WRAP’s global experience”.

Consumindful is a follow-up initiative to the previous initiative called GRASP 2030 (Gotong Royong Atasi Susut dan Limbah Pangan 2030) which was launched on September 8, 2021. GRASP 2030 is a concrete effort to unite all actors across the food system chain in reducing food loss and waste in Indonesia. A total of 22 actors including companies, associations, and other organizations in the food sector have committed to participate in this movement. This event was also made possible with the support of Nutrifood Indonesia, which is part of GRASP 2030.

Yogyakarta is the location of the Consumindful campaign because it is known as a tourist and student area with many visitors from other regions, making food waste handling efforts in Yogyakarta very important. In addition, the Provincial Government of Yogyakarta Special Region (Pemprov DIY) also has a commitment to encourage efforts to handle food waste. 

Regional Secretary of Yogyakarta Special Region, Beny Suharsono said, “Appreciation for being an active partner of the government to manage food according to its portion. We have high hopes that this campaign will bring change, because big changes certainly start with small steps that are consistent and measurable. Our message is to utilize the results of this campaign as a stepping stone and create collaboration between parties in the Special Region of Yogyakarta.”

Consumindful implementation was carried out by conducting campaigns on social media as well as in schools, universities, hotels, restaurants and cafes in Yogyakarta Province. There are 3 main activities carried out. First, by involving elementary school children to play a board game with the theme “Ramadan Calendar Good Deeds”. This calendar contains positive activities during the month of Ramadan that children can do with their parents and other family members, including activities to prevent food waste at home. The involvement of children in these activities is expected to act as a medium to convey the message to parents and other family members that food waste behavior is not good. The calendar can also be a fun learning tool for children. As a result, 75% of calendar users said that there was less food waste at home and they were encouraged to prepare less food so that nothing was wasted.

The next activity was a social media campaign. This campaign involved an influencer who actively shares content related to eco-friendly lifestyle on her Instagram account, Astri Puji Lestari (@atiit). The campaign was also carried out through infographic content and educational quizzes inviting people to eat more wisely and prevent food waste. As a result, more and more people understand the negative environmental impact of food waste behavior. The last activity was through the installation of banners on campuses, hotels and restaurants with messages to eat more wisely and take sufficient portions so that there are no leftovers. From this activity, the campuses, hotels and restaurants involved reported that less food was wasted.

Solving the food waste problem from various perspectives and sectors is necessary to ensure that the food waste reduction target is achieved. On this occasion, various multi-stakeholder actors who play a role in the food system were involved as responders to the discussion on the results of the Consumindful campaign carried out over the past 6 months. A number of figures invited were Dr. Dwi Larasati, Lecturer at the Faculty of Agricultural Technology, Gadjah Mada University; RR. Fitri Diah W., Head of Creative Economy Development at the DIY Tourism Agency; R. Hery Sulistio Hermawan, Acting Head of DIY Agriculture and Food Security Agency; Dr. Bambang Pramusinto, Acting Head of Semarang City Food Security Agency; Erwan Sakti, IFBEC Yogyakarta representative; and Eva Bachtiar, CEO of Garda Pangan.

It is hoped that the new data and knowledge gained from this campaign can serve as input and inspire various parties in their efforts to reduce food waste. It is also hoped that more people and industries will care about the issue of food loss and waste and take concrete actions in their daily lives.

Shaping Circular Fashion in Asia-Pacific: The CTI Fashion Initiative

The fashion industry is facing a pressing need to shift away from its traditional “take-make-waste” model, which is not only wasteful but also detrimental to the environment. Embracing circular approaches could create a USD $560 billion economic opportunity while significantly reducing the industry’s climate and nature impact.

Furthermore, Irene Martinetti, WBCSD’s CTI-Fashion Lead, highlighted that going circular in fashion can potentially reduce 26% carbon emissions, reduce 40% land use, and recover 9% biodiversity by 2030. She also provided an overview of the CTI Fashion Initiative.

To accelerate this transition towards circularity, WBCSD has introduced a standardized methodology known as the Circular Transition Indicators (CTI) system. The CTI system provides a quantitative and flexible framework to establish industry-wide standards, aiding companies in decision-making and scaling circular practices. It brings together fashion stakeholders to develop harmonized standards, metrics, and best practices.

The event also included an interactive panel discussion featuring , Director of Asia Pacific Rayon (APR), an IBCSD Member, and Anik Sengupta, President Director of Indo Bharat Rayon, ABG, a WBCSD & CTI-Fashion member. The panel was facilitated by Trisha Mascarenhas, Business Engagement Manager APAC, WBCSD.

“Engaging with the Asia fashion community on the project is essential to understand the challenges and opportunities of transitioning to circularity in the fashion industry and textile value chain in Southeast Asia,” said Indah Budiani, Executive Director of IBCSD.

The event was an intimate gathering, providing guests from Asia-based fashion and textile companies the opportunity to connect and discuss the industry’s shift towards circularity. It follows the ASEAN Flexible Packaging Summit 2023 and the Indo Pacific Circular Plastics Summit, creating a platform for valuable discussions and networking.

“Conventional ways to produce textiles are not relevant anymore. Companies should be transparent and able to ensure the traceability of the products,” said Basrie Kamba. He added that it’s also important to get everyone involved and to get the market ready for the circular economy model.

Utilizing NCS Voluntary Carbon Credits in Corporate Net Zero Emissions Plans

Voluntary carbon credits are one way to fund NCS carbon projects to address the climate crisis. Companies wishing to mitigate emissions through voluntary carbon credits in NCS projects need to ensure that the projects invested in are of high quality, which are efficient to reduce emissions while benefiting the surrounding communities.

“There is a new way of doing business where we can be transparent, equitable, serve a purpose, and be profitable,” Dharsono Hartono, IBCSD Executive Committee & CEO PT Rimba Makmur Utama

NCS Alliance is a multi-stakeholder coalition (80+ organizations) initiated by WBCSD to voice the importance of high quality NCS projects. The NCS Alliance has an NCS Procurement Hub that can serve as a forum for businesses to exchange and obtain NCS-related information and help businesses achieve their climate crisis mitigation goals.

More information about the NCS Procurement Hub can be accessed via:

Update on Ministerial Regulation No. 75/2019 Regarding EPR and the Role of Plastic Credits as a Mechanism to Support the Waste Reduction Roadmap

Environmental Expert Associate at the Directorate of Waste Reduction of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Asep Setiawan, said, “We must work together to encourage the national and local governments, as well as all the penta-helix stakeholders to be involved in waste reduction”. He also highlighted that legal certainty regarding this is needed.

EPR has become mandatory, requiring all producers in the manufacturing, brand, retail, food and beverage service sectors to limit waste generation, take back the packaging, and recycle. This road map is set for 10 years. It’s important that business actors prepare themselves through planning documents, calculating the baseline, and implementing it. EPR is a circular economy tool, whereas producers can maintain the circularity of a product or material that will become waste to be reused, so as to maintain the use value of the goods and eventually can control environmental pollution.

One option for producers to achieve their waste reduction goals is through plastic credits. The Ministry of Environment and Forestry acknowledges it as one way to contribute to waste reduction strategy. Representative of PCX Markets, Faisal Yusuf, said that plastic credits can be counted as part of the 30% waste reduction target by producers. 

Plastic credits, similar to carbon credits, are a market-based mechanism designed to mitigate plastic pollution. Businesses can invest in or purchase credits equivalent to the amount of plastic waste they generate, with funds directed toward plastic waste reduction and recycling projects. These credits incentivize the reduction of plastic usage and the support of initiatives that combat plastic pollution, ultimately helping to balance the environmental impact of plastic production and consumption while fostering a more sustainable approach to plastic management.

Transforming Food Systems in Indonesia: TEEBAgriFood for Business Project Leads the Way

In close collaboration with the Capitals Coalition, UNEP TEEB, and the Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBSCD), TEEBAgriFood is making remarkable strides in reshaping the future of agriculture and food in Indonesia. This partnership is committed to accelerating the transition towards a nature-positive, climate-friendly, and equitable food value chain. A capacity building event was held on the 7th of September 2023 in Jakarta. This event promises to be a pivotal moment for all stakeholders involved, offering several key opportunities. 

The TEEBAgriFood for Business Project has been actively working since 2020 in seven countries, with a mission to mainstream best practices, build resilience, and contribute to a more sustainable agrifood sector. In Indonesia, the Capitals Coalition, IBCSD, and UNEP TEEB have played a vital role in organizing roundtable consultations, training sessions, and providing support to businesses. These activities have been instrumental in transforming practices and assessing the impacts and dependencies of businesses on nature and people. The capacity building was a concluding event of the project.

This event provided the attendees an opportunity to learn from and be inspired by the best business practices in the realm of Food System Transformation in Indonesia. These practices are aimed at creating a more sustainable and equitable food system. Moreover, it brought together a wide range of stakeholders, from business peers to public sector representatives, to collectively create a pathway for food system transformation. Collaboration and shared insights will be key to this endeavor. By uniting various stakeholders, TEEBAgriFood aims to drive a meaningful shift towards a more sustainable and equitable future.