Jakarta Raya

Capital CityJakarta
Population 2010 (thousand)9,607.80
Provincial GDP 2010 (million Rp)861,992
Area Total 2010 (km2)664.01
Total Forest Land Area 2010 (ha)0
Emissions Per Capita 2010 (tCO2e/capita)2.99
Emissions Intensity 2010 (tCO2e/million Rp)33.34
Special Capitol Region of Jakarta 2020 Emission Target Reduction Achieved
Emissions Profile
2020 Projections
Mitigation Activities Description
Mitigation Activities: Agriculture and Forestry Green Open Space, such as urban forest
Mitigation Activities: Energy, Transport, and Industry

1. Development of mass transit (Development of Busway, Busway providers, Monorail, MRT (Mass Rapid Transit), emission test for public transport, railway development)
2. Management of transportation needs (Biking Trails, parking management, ITS (Intelligent Transport System), ERP (Electronic Road Pricing), TOD (Transit Oriented Development)/Park-n-ride, Rejuvenation of public transport, arrangement of freight transport)
3. Management of fuel alternatives, fuel efficiency and fuel quality (Transition to fuel gas and biofuel, and development of Ecodriving)
4. Management of vehicle emissions standard and vehicle technology (hybrid) and emissions testing for dated vehicles
5. Green building, energy conservation programs in provincial government and non-provincial government buildings
6. Use of energy-saving street lights and traffic lights
7. Energy conservation programs in households
8. Emissions test on privately-owned vehicles
9. Diversification of energy
10. Development of fuel economy standard
11. Substitution of kerosene to LPG

Mitigation Activities: Waste

1. Integrated Waste Disposal Site (Tempat Pengelolaan Sampah Terpadu)
2. ITF (Intermediate Treatment Facilities)
3. 3Rs Principles (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle)
4. Wastewater treatment plant(Instalasi Pengelolaan Air Limbah)offsite and onsite

RPJMD Description
RPJMD Period 2013-2017
Supportive Mission Statement in RPJMD Mission 2: To establish Jakarta as a city that is free of prolonged problems, such as traffic congestion, flood, slums, garbage affairs, and so on, with target (3) achieved optimal water system in supporting flood/tidal flood management efforts, and other climate change efforts, and target (4) achieved optimal domestic waste water management, and target (6) achieved integrated and sustainable waste management in city level and residential areas, and target (8) increased public awareness and local government institutions alertness in disaster risk reduction efforts in anticipation of climate change.
Supportive Policy Direction in RPJMD: Agriculture and Forestry

Strategy: Increased quality and quantity of green open space.

Policy direction: Increase public green open spaces through providing and designating new areas and increasing private participation in providing green space; Development of private green space through adopting a regulation to increase private green space, designating small areas of land for urban forest and horticultural development centers as well as increasing conservation of flora and fauna; Development of parks, interactive parks, and urban forests as public space that can be used as Batavia recreational means, creativity channels or creative public spaces, and as water catchment areas.

Program: Program to improve quantity of green open space and cemetery.

Supportive Policy Direction in RPJMD: Energy, Transport, and Industry

Strategy: Strengthen and expand urban transport system based on mass public transport; Develop transportation transfer sites that are integrated, safe and convenient for pedestrians and persons with disabilities; Restructure parking system.

Policy Direction: Management environmentally friendly energy and supply of oil and gas fuel in more effective and efficient way; Construction of Public Railway Transport System (MRT), Development of Light Rapid Transit (LRT), Development of mass transit or Bus Rapid Transit (BRT); Improved management institute for Busway, Rejuvenation of buses as public transportation through the procurement of new buses to replace old buses / buses that are no longer viable; Development of ITS (Intelligent Transport System); Application of traffic management and restrictions such as through adoption of the Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) and other techniques, and control use of private vehicles; Construction of pedestrian and bicycle lanes, especially in public transport corridor, main roads and residential areas; Reduction in Greenhouse Gas emissions from industry and transportation sectors in monitoring and reporting evaluation.

Program: Energy and Mineral Resources Development and Training Program; Mass Railway Transport Development Program; Sustainable Transport Development Program.

Supportive Policy Direction in RPJMD: Waste

Strategy: Development of centralized domestic waste water management system; Improved performance management of waste; Implementation of 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) principle.

Policy direction: Improve wastewater service coverage through the construction of pipes and a centralized wastewater treatment plant; Encourage management of domestic wastewater settlements, through building communal wastewater treatment plan; Socialization on environmental standards in the use of septic tanks, Development of local wastewater treatment plants; Construction of environmentally friendly waste management facilities through providing land for waste facilities, temporary transfer stations and garbage dumps in line with environmental standards, increasing frequency for garbage cleanup in rivers and streams with the installation of automatic garbage filter system; Use of waste from source/streams as a resource through constructing 3R/Recycling Center, assisting waste bank development in district level, and developing frameworks for waste banks.

Program: Development of Wastewater Management Performance; Development of Waste Management Performance.

Indication of Challenges in RPJMD: Agriculture and Forestry No indication of challenges found
Indication of Challenges in RPJMD: Energy, Transport, and Industry No indication of challenges found
Indication of Challenges in RPJMD: Waste No indication of challenges found