Jawa Timur

Capital CitySurabaya
Population 2010 (thousand)37,476.80
Provincial GDP 2010 (million Rp)778,564
Area Total 2010 (km2)47,799.75
Total Forest Land Area 2010 (ha)16,105
Emissions Per Capita 2010 (tCO2e/capita)2.62
Emissions Intensity 2010 (tCO2e/million Rp)126.08
East Java 2020 Emission Target Reduction Achieved
Emissions Profile
2020 Projections
Mitigation Activities Description
Mitigation Activities: Agriculture and Forestry

1. Increased use of low-emission rice varieties
2. Reduced dosage of urea-based, ammonium sulfate-based (ZA fertilizer), nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium-based (NPK) fertilizers.
3. Return Organic Materials into land
4. Use of livestock waste for biogas

1. Reforestation in forestry sector (forest plantations (Hutan Tanaman), primary, secondary, primary mangrove forests)

Mitigation Activities: Energy, Transport, and Industry

1. Use of LED lamps for households
2. Use of solar panels
3. Alternative renewable energy sources

1. Optimization of signals on street intersection
2. Management of different lanes on railways and road intersections
3. Split the use of private vehicles into public transport
4. Smart/Eco Driving
5. Unmotorized priority
6. Parking Management, Integration of transportation into spatial planning

1. Clean Production

Mitigation Activities: Waste

1. Rehabilitation/improvement of the landfill performance and facilities
2. Increased efforts for composting and 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) principle
3. Rehabilitation of domestic waste management by shifting from pit privy latrine to septic tank

RPJMD Description
RPJMD Period 2009-2014
Supportive Mission Statement in RPJMD Mission 5: while still maintaining environmental quality and funcitons.
Supportive Policy Direction in RPJMD: Agriculture and Forestry Policy direction: Increasing the production of non-timber forest products for the welfare of forest communities; Forestry development directed to improve forest management system, to improve the effectiveness of resources, and to utilize non-timber forest products and environmental services optimally; Controlling the increasing trend over land conversion through the development of various incentive schemes for farmers so that they would be willing to maintain his farm; Utilize forest for diversifying and supporting food production by exploiting natural forest and developing forest plantation and non-timber forest products in a sustainable manner; Restore the forest management system by increasing direct community involvement in forest management, improving coordination and strengthening institution in watershed areas, as well as increasing surveillance and enforcement; Improve the effectiveness of available resources in forest management; Utilizing non-timber forest products and environmental services optimally; Rehabilitation of post mining areas.
Supportive Policy Direction in RPJMD: Energy, Transport, and Industry Policy direction: Increase development and utilization of renewable energy sources; Promote energy conversion from kerosene to LPG to be more effective and appropriate, taking into account the social conditions of the community.
Supportive Policy Direction in RPJMD: Waste Policy direction: Increase availability of clean water and basic sanitation; Encourage establishment of a centralized sewerage systems in urban areas; Increase coverage of basic sanitation services in rural areas, especially for the poor; Improve waste management and construction through cooperation with private partners; Increase participation of entire community potential in the management and maintenance of waste facilities and drainage, including encouraging establishment of regionalized waste management.
Indication of Challenges in RPJMD: Agriculture and Forestry No indication of challenges found
Indication of Challenges in RPJMD: Energy, Transport, and Industry Policy direction: Development of mining and mineral resources are directed to increase exploration and exploitation.
Indication of Challenges in RPJMD: Waste No indication of challenges found