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1Faculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran(UNPAD), Bandung Indonesia ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SYSTEM IN INDONESIA TO ADAPT CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: “OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES”MARET PRIYANTAFaculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran(UNPAD), Bandung IndonesiaTHE 12TH ANNUAL COLLOQUIUMOF THE IUCN ACADEMY OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWRovira i Virgili UniversityTarragona, Spain. 30 June to 5 July 2014
2Indonesia is an archipelago state in South East Asia. BACKGROUNDSource :Indonesia is an archipelago state in South East Asia.Volcanic mountain range from South to East (most island).Natural resources (marine, forestry, mining, biodiversity, etc)Impacts of the Climate Change to Indonesia. (human and other life form, business activity, etc)
3LEGAL BASIS CLIMATE CHANGE IN INDONESIA RATIFICATION (NATIONAL LAW No. 6, 1994)UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (UNFCCC) 1992RATIFICATION (NATIONAL LAW No. 17, 2004)KYOTO PROTOCOL TO THE UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORKC'ONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE 1997Indonesia bound by the international convention on the climate change Transform into National Law;Based on Kyoto Protocol (international law) , Indonesia has no obligation to reduce emission;State Responsibility in the constitution (..to protect present and next generation)
4INDONESIAN POLICY CONCERNING CLIMATE CHANGE Speech President Republic of Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono concerning Climate Change in meeting G-20 di Pittsburgh September, : “ We (Indonesia) have to move forward based on the principle of “common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities”. Both developed and developing nations must do more and do away with “business as usual” mentality. Developed nations must take the lead, but developing nations must also seriously do their part. My last point is on what Indonesia has done and what we will do because we also want to be part of the solution. Indonesia of course faces problems and challenges in our national development: growth, unemployment, poverty, infrastructure building, education and health care. But we have decided and established a National Climate Change Action Plan with the targets of 2020 and We are devising an energy mix policy including LULUCF (Land Use, Land Use Change, and Forestry) that will reduce our emissions by 26 percent by 2020 from BAU (Business As Usual). With international support, we are confident that we can reduce emissions by as much as 41 percent. This target is entirely achievable because most of our emissions come from forest related issues, such as forest fires and deforestation”
5Business Activity/ Sector Emission Reduction Plan Percentage of “Business As Usual (BAU) and International Support” to Reduce EmissionBusiness Activity/ SectorEmission Reduction Plan(Gigaton CO2e)Action Plan26 %15 %(Total 41 %)Peatland/ Lahan Gambut0.280.057Forest and Land Fire ControlWaste0.0480.030Waste Management and Integrated Waste Management in UrbanForestry0.3920.310Forest Fire Control, Combating Illegal Logging, Deforestation Prevention and Community Participation.Agriulture0.0080.003Intro low-emission rice varieties, irrigation water efficiency, use of organic fertilizersIndustry0.0010.004Energy efficiency, use of renewable energyTransportationThe use of biofuels, engines with higher fuel efficiency standards, improving TDM, the quality of public transportEnergy0.010Demand side management, energy efficiency, developing renewable energySumber : Indonesia Environmental Status, 2009, Ministry of Environment Republic of Indonesia
6THE ISSUES CONCERNING CLIMATE CHANGE IN INDONESIA How The Perspective and Policy Of Indonesian Government To Mitigation and Adaptation of Climate Change Impact from State Responsibility principles?How Implementation of Regulation Concerning Climate Change In Indonesia including the constraints and barriersand how the connection between it to Support Sustainable Development?
7ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SYSTEM IN INDONESIA Source :ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SYSTEM IN INDONESIA
8LAW IN INDONESIA (Protection of Environment) Indonesia is a state based of law. (Constitution 1945)Law in Indonesia is Regulation (Positive law)Regulation is primary supported by court decisions in developing.Based on Indonesia Constitution, “Earth and water and the natural riches contained therein shall be controlled by the state and used for the welfare of the people/ society.State must protect all the people of Indonesia and the entire country of Indonesia and to promote the general welfare. The statement of protecting the entire nation and the country of Indonesia from the perspective of environmental law, that the state has a responsibility towards conservation and environmental protection both of human resources, natural resources and cultural resources
9NORM IN INDONESIA SOCIETY RELIGIOUS NORMNORM OF DECENCYLEGALNORMMORAL NORM (CULTURE)
10ESTABLISHED OF LAW (RULE-REGULATION) IN INDONESIA REGULATIONS/ RULESInternational ConventionTraditional Law(Local Wisdom)Norm (Religion, Moral, etc)Customary lawYURISPRUDENSI (court decisions)
12OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES ON CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES Source :OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES ON CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES
13OPPORTUNITIES ON CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES IN INDONESIA Government policy and some arrangements have existed and continue to be prepared in the context of climate change mitigation and adaptation.Legal regulations that have adopted the climate change convention (hard law and soft law)Institutional formation has specialized in relation to climate changeEnactment, the National Action Plan for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction as a climate change mitigationEnvironmental license mechanism systems approach to climate change mitigationNational development plans with the approach to climate change adaptationSpatial Planning regulation that support the mitigation and adaptation of climate change (control management of environment)Opportunities for international cooperation with regard to climate change mitigation and adaptation
14CHALLENGES ON CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES IN INDONESIA Environmental law development system based climate change.Policy of Government related Development PlanImplementation of international agreements and treaties on climate change in national law .Harmonization and synchronization of legislation, especially in the field of natural resources that affect climate change.Regional autonomy and authority in the area of climate change issues.Legal education for all communities about the importance of participation in mitigation and adaptation to climate change.business activities that exploit natural resources (mitigation)Law compliance and enforcement related to business activities which causes climate change.
15MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION POLICY IN INDONESIA FROM BUSINESS ACTIVITY BUSINESS ACTIVITY/ SECTORREGULATIONPOLICYPeatlandWasteForestryAgriultureIndustryTransportationEnergyAction Plan: President Republic of Indonesia Regulation No.61 Year 2011 on National Action Plan for Greenhouse Gas Emission ReductionPresident Republic of Indonesia Instruction No. 10 Year 2011 on New Permit/ License Delays and Improving Governance of Primary Forest and PeatlandGovernor Central Kalimantan Regulation No.10 Year 2012 of the Regional Strategy and Plan of Action REDD + Central Kalimantan Province.Low Cost Green Car | LCGC (policy for reduce pollution from transportation with tax reduction)Green open space policy in every city from spatial regulation.Institution of Climate Change National CouncilImproving dan reform Licensing Mechanism (environmental and spatial regulation)Public/ society Participation.
16Conclusion and Planning from Law Aspect Implementation (rule of law) of existing regulation concerning climate change must be develop and improve.Improving law compliance and law enforcement regulation concerning climate change to control business activityImproving legal education for government, communities, society, corporation about the importance of participation and commitment in mitigation and adaptation to climate change.Legal awareness to the regulation and policy to commit mitigation and adaptation of climate change to support sustainable development.