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Indonesia: Costs of climate change 2050 – Technical report

Source(s):  Chemonics
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

This technical report assesses the future economic costs of climate change in Indonesia to provide USAID/Indonesia and the Government of Indonesia with actionable information for climate change adaptation programming and climate resilient development. The assessment focuses on aspects of agriculture, health, and long-term sea level rise (SLR), estimating the costs that would be incurred in the year 2050 due to changes in climate or to loss of land from gradual SLR.

While this study is not a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis of climate change impacts, it does shed light on the costs that will be incurred if Indonesia does not invest in adaptation. International and Indonesian policy analysts and decision makers in government, civil society, and the private sector can use this information to inform decisions or identify issues for more detailed analysis that will refine the understanding of the economic implications of climate change.

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  • Indonesia: Costs of climate change 2050 – Technical report
  • Publication date 2016
  • Author(s) Hecht, Joy E.
  • Number of pages 60 p.

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