2nd International Workshop on Sustainability
and Resilience of Bioenergy for Climate change
22-24 May 2017
Jembrana, Canggu, Bali, Indonesia
The International Workshop on Sustainability and Resilience of Bioenergy for Climate Change is part of a series of annual workshops, taking place from 2016 to 2018, which is organized as a joint initiative of the Ministry of National Development Planning of Indonesia, the Indonesian Climate Change Trust Fund, the European Commission, Udayana University and Su-re.co. The general objective is to accelerate bioenergy development and promote climate change mitigation and adaptation pathways in Indonesia through the Horizon2020 projects: GreenWIN and TRANSrisk.
This year’s workshop aims to shed further light on the opportunities of biogas in Indonesia with critical reflections on the associated risks and barriers. Concrete pilot projects of the removable bio-digester bag developed by the Indonesian team will be showcased during a field trip in Jembrana. The risks and uncertainties on policy level will be addressed via stakeholder consultations and will ultimately feed into the macro-economic modelling activities led by the European team. Finally, structured group analysis will be facilitated on the topic of future business models for biogas solutions.
For further information, please contact the workshop committee via firstname.lastname@example.org.