The purpose of the project is to promote sustainable low-emission growth, to decrease the effects of climate change, and to reduce the impacts on the environment of infrastructure investments in Indonesia.
Sustainable development and climate change
A network of “sustainable development” specialists provides clients and in-house teams with up-to-date information, advice and assistance during project management and engineering assignments. The network ensures that a genuine circular economy approach is adopted from the project feasibility study stage through to the commissioning of a building or infrastructure and, if possible, to its deconstruction.
Artelia approaches climate change from two complementary angles: mitigation, by helping regional authorities and economic sectors to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, and adaptation, by helping these same players assess their vulnerability to climate change and define suitable strategies.
AFD’s mandate to support Green and Inclusive growth in Indonesia was reinforced in May 2011 with the establishment of a unique partnership with the UK Department for International Development to promote low-carbon investments.
The 5th IPCC report confirmed the reality of climate change and its impacts, in particular in urban areas: aggravation of heat islands, flooding due to rainwater runoff, etc.