Inside the civil effort to pull Indonesia away from coal

Movements are evolving to tackle Indonesia's coal problem – by putting pressure on financial and legal institutions.

In April this year, Indonesia’s President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo attended Joe Biden’s Climate Leadership Summit virtually. He boasted that, through policies, empowerment, and law enforcement, Indonesia’s deforestation rate is currently at its lowest in 20 years. 

However, beyond this, Jokowi has failed to make a robust commitment to mitigating the climate …

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