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Mainstreaming climate change for sustainability

Source(s):  World Bank, the (WB)

Indonesia rising - Policy priorities for 2010 and beyond:

This brief addresses the vulnerability to multiple climate change hazards, such as more intense rainfall and sea-level rise, of economically productive areas and their adverse effects on food security, health, water resources, farming and coastal livelihoods, and forest and marine biodiversity. It urges Indonesia to prioritize and mainstream climate change concerns in its development agenda and to evaluate what actions make the most economic, social, and environmental sense, as new climate financing instruments and markets can provide an important source of investment or incentives to achieve development objectives that also have climate benefits.

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  • Mainstreaming climate change for sustainability
  • Publication date 2010
  • Number of pages 5 p.

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