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1 Sri Hudyastuti Assistant Minister For Economics and Poverty Alleviation

2 I. Background II. Present Status of the Environment Current Environmental Issues III. Coping with the Problems - International commitments - National Policies, Strategies, Laws and Regulations - Programs and Activities 2 OUTLINE

3 Article 28H of the 1945 Constitution (1) Every person shall have the right to live in physical and spiritual prosperity, to have a home and enjoy a good and healthy environment, and shall have the right to obtain medical care Act Nr 23 Year 1997 on Environmental Management 3 BACKGROUND

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5 Air Pollution Water Pollution Solid Waste Management Tropical rain forest ecosystem devastation Toxic and hazardous waste contamination Sea and coastal ecosystem devastation Watersheds and lake devastation Natural environmental destruction due to mining activities Natural disasters: tsunami, earthquakes, floods & slumps, droughts, land & forest fires Energy consumption Others 5 CURRENT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

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7 7 MONITORING OF pH IN RIVER WATER IN INDONESIA

8 MONITORING TDS IN RIVER WATER 8

9 9 MONITORING TSS IN RIVER WATER

10 10 MONITORING BOD IN RIVER WATER

11 WATER QUALITY MONITORING FOR BOD PARAMETER OF SIX RIVERS IN INDONESIA ( ) 11

12 12 WATER QUALITY MONITORING FOR COD PARAMETER OF SIX RIVERS IN INDONESIA ( )

13 13 FECAL COLI DETECTED IN RIVER WATER

14 14 TOTAL COLIFORM DETECTED IN RIVER WATER

15 Number of households living in river flood plain 15 DOMESTIC ACTIVITIES

16 PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD DISCARD DOMESTIC WASTE INTO RIVER 16

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18 18 ISPU DATA RECAPITULATION

19 AVERAGE MONTLY RAINFALL IN SEVERAL CITIES IN INDONESIA IN LAST 10 YEARS 19

20 20 AVERAGE MONTLY RAINFALL IN SEVERAL CITIES IN INDONESIA IN LAST 10 YEARS

21 ANNUALLY pH IN IN JAKARTA (BMG), BANDUNG (LAPAN), KOTATABANG (GAW-BMG), SERPONG (PUSARPEDAL, MoE) 21

22 22 SULFUR CONTAIN IN GASOLINE IN 30 CITIES IN INDONESIA

23 23 SULFUR CONTAIN IN KEROSENE IN 30 CITIES IN INDONESIA

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25 25 CLIMATE CHANGE POTENTIAL IMPACT

26 26 MONITORING OF SEA LEVEL RISE

27 27 INCIDENT OF DBD AND NUMBER OF AFFECTED CITIES AND SUB-DISTRICT FROM

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29 Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED)/ Earth Summit World Summit on Sustainable Development (Rio+10) MEAs, Agenda 21, Johannesburg Declaration, UN MDGs Regional agreements 9 th August 2007: Bangkok Declaration on Environment and Health in Southeast and East Asian Countries 6 thematic working group - air quality - water supply, hygiene and sanitation - solid and hazardous waste - toxic chemicals and hazardous substances - climate change, ozone depletion and ecosystem change - contingency planning, preparedness and response to environmental health emergencies 29 STOCKHOLM – RIO - JOHANNESBURG

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31 (a guideline for the development of each Sector and Field during 5 years) Issue of natural resources and environmental management is part of the agenda of enhancing peoples welfare Target: enhancing quality of the environments function and natural resources management through mainstreaming the sustainable development principle into all development sectors and field Priority: improvement of natural resources management and conservation of the environments functions NATIONAL MEDIUM TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR

32 Vision : restoring and enhancing the quality of the environments functions led by Ministry of the Environment as a proactive and reliable institution toward a sustainable development by implementing Good Environmental Governance principles in pursuing the welfare of the Indonesians Mission : (i) providing the policy of natural resources and environmental management and conservation in supporting the achievement of sustainable development (ii) building and developing coordination and integrated partnership among multi-stakeholders in managing and utilizing natural resources and the environment effectively, fairly and sustainably (iii) conducting prevention of natural resources and the environmental destruction as well as control of pollution in promoting the conservation of environments function STRATEGIC PLAN MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT

33 6 TARGETS Target #1: Abatement of environmental pollution load (water, air, atmosphere, sea and land) Target #2: Decrease of environmental degradation rate (natural resources of water, land & forest, biodiversity, energy, atmosphere, coastal and marine ecosystems) Target #3: Integration of environmental conservation considerations into development planning and implementation as well as control of environmental land use Target #4: Enhancement of development actors compliance in order to protect quality of environments function Target #5: Mainstreaming of Good Environmental Governance principles into natural resources and environmental management at central and regional governments Target #6: Enhancement of institutional capacity of MoE in implementing its main tasks and function STRATEGIC PLAN MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT

34 Indonesia Biodiversity Strategic Action Plan (IBSAP) National Action Plan on Climate Change National Consensus on Sustainable Development and Action Plan on Sustainable Development – Indonesia Summit on Sustainable Development (Yogyakarta, Jan 21, 2004) The enactment of environmental regulations: 000s, e.g. (a) Governmental Regulation No. 85/1999 on Management of Toxic and Hazardous Waste, (b) Governmental Regulation No. 82/2001 on Water Quality Management & Water Pollution Control – the newest: Law No. 18/2008 on Waste Management Act others 34 SOME STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLAN

35 Healthy Indonesia 2010: Clean City Program, Blue Sky Program, Clean River Program, Water Supply & Sanitation Program Increase the Level of Community Healthy Level Declaration by Governors, Provincial Parliamentaries and related institutions (Nov. 22, 2005) Pilot Project of Regency/ City to increase the level of Community Healthy Level: role and responsibilities among central government and municipalities Hazardous Substances Management: managed under the GR No. 74/2001

36 Revision of Act No. 23/1997 on Environmental Management Development of National 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) Strategy for Waste Management Development of National Information System of Waste - in supporting the whole picture of waste management Draft of Genetic Resources Management Act Draft of Act on the Ratification of ASEAN Haze Trans- boundary Pollution National Strategy for Chemical Management (SAICM/Strategic Approach to Intl Chemical Management) Agreement MOH-MOE: National Policy on Improvement of Public Health Level 36

37 Conduct health information to all communities, particularly for prevention effort to improve sanitation environment. Strengthened the readiness of health system Improve communication, information and education to increase public awareness

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