Grappling with funding challenges for the early retirement of coal-fired power plants, Indonesia is shifting gears in emissions reduction by endorsing the adoption of CCS technology, biomass, and green ammonia for power plants.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani warned that AI implementation could threaten democracy. Therefore, AI regulation should be carefully deliberated.
The Indonesian government has allowed the investigators to halt the customs’ criminalization and replace it with fines, a strategy that can be seen as a red carpet for customs swindlers.
Indonesia claimed greenhouse gas emissions stayed the third lowest among G20 member countries, thus allowing the government to employ a firm decarbonization policy.
The government is set to introduce a circular letter on Artificial Intelligence in December 2023, which will take effect in various sectors.
Concerns grow over the EU's 2026 carbon border tax and its potential adoption by other developed countries, presenting risks for Indonesia's vital exports.
From businessmen to the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, all reject the Health Bill that controls Tobacco.
The government has released the CIPP JETP document, containing an investment plan for energy transition, which could lead to future massive debts.
The government has refused the establishment of the special business entity in deliberating the Renewable Energy Bill.