Green Recovery: Putting principles into practice—planning and policy to support green jobs and transition
Indonesia will play a leading role in 2022, as it holds the presidency of the G20. Green recovery and the promotion of social and economic development are expected to be key pillars of the presidency. This virtual Sweden-Indonesia Sustainability Partnership (SISP) Week session, organized by IISD in collaboration with the Swedish Embassy in Jakarta, discusses how the Indonesian G20 Presidency can address these pressing topics and advance the international agenda in that aspect.
On November 22, Day 1 of SISP Week commenced with an opening ceremony at 2:00 p.m. WIB, followed by the Green Recovery session at 3:00 p.m. WIB.
Green Recovery Session Agenda
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Handing Over by MC
Erik Odar, Trade Commissioner of Sweden to Indonesia
Philip Gass, Lead of Transitions at IISD
Green Transition, Green Jobs, and G20
Amalia Widyasanti, Deputy Minister for Economic Affairs, Ministry of BAPPENAS (National Development Planning), Republic of Indonesia
Satu Kahkonen, Country Director for Indonesia at World Bank
Mattias Frumerie, UNFCCC lead negotiator for Sweden
Questions from the audience.
Marina Berg, Swedish Ambassador to Indonesia