Kalimantan Tengah

Capital CityPalangka Raya
Population 2010 (thousand)2,212.10
Provincial GDP 2010 (million Rp)42,571
Area Total 2010 (km2)153,564.50
Total Forest Land Area 2010 (ha)100,959
Emissions Per Capita 2010 (tCO2e/capita)41.13
Emissions Intensity 2010 (tCO2e/million Rp)2,137.38
Central Kalimantan 2020 Emission Target Reduction Achieved
2.32%
Emissions Profile
2020 Projections
Reductions
Mitigation Activities Description
Mitigation Activities: Agriculture and Forestry

Agriculture:
1. Utilization of organic fertilizers and biopesticides
2. Arrangement of land without burning and optimization of land
3. Utilization of livestock waste and agricultural waste for biogas, biofuel and organic fertilizer
4. Plant Cultivation Technology
5. Improvement of irrigation system
6. Development of plantation areas in non-forested lands/wastelands/degraded lands
7. Integration system for crop feed
8. Supporting activities: research, training, coordination meetings, incentives

Forestry:
1. Facilitation and implementation of critical forest and land rehabilitation in prioritized watersheds
2. Development of urban forests
3. Increased Forest Management Units
4. Forest fire control
5. Supporting activities: Control of spatial land by Forest Management Units for Conservation Forests(Kesatuan Pengelolaan Hutan Konservasi), Demonstration activities, Acceleration in the establishment of Provincial Spatial Planning (provincial and district/city-based) based on Strategic Environmental Assessment, Facilitating incentives for public, Information and data collection in spatial planning
6. Rehabilitation of degraded lands through tree planting
7. Facilitation of community-based forest management(Hutan Kemasyarakatan), development of community forests partnerships, establishment of village forest working areas
8. Combating illegal logging to prevent timber loss
9. Handling of forest encroachment and of conflict management in protection forests(Hutan Lindung)and conservation forests(Hutan Konservasi)areas
10. Increased number of Forest Management Units in Production Forests(Kesatuan Pengelolaan Hutan Produksi)and Forest Management Units in Protection Forests(Kesatuan Pengelolaan Hutan Lindung)
11. Management of natural production forests(Hutan Tanaman Produksi)and plantation forests(Hutan Tanaman)
12. Conservation of carbon stocks in forests
13. Control of the peatland’s ecosystem damage
14. Rehabilitation of wetlands networks, existing peatlands, abandoned/degraded agricultural areas

Mitigation Activities: Energy, Transport, and Industry

Transportation:
1. Application of TIC (Traffic Impact Control)
2. Revitalization of public transport
3. Installation of Converter Kit
4. Training and socialization of smart driving
5. CO2 emission standard for motorized vehicles
6. Development and improvement of road preservation
7. Initiate and conduct free emission testing for public
8. Training for local governments to conduct emission testing
9. Provincial policy in public transport system based on national plan
10. Initiation of public transportation (mass transit system)
11. Program to replace old public transport vehicles with new vehicles that are more efficient
12. Development of provincial policy on emission testing for motorized vehicles based on national standards

Industry:
1. Supporting activities: Policy preparation for CO2 emission reduction in industry, development of low carbon and environmental-friendly technologies in industry, preparation of road map to ""green industry"" and its implementation, facilitation and incentive for industrial growth industrial waste management, inventory of potential CO2 emissions in industrial sector, monitoring and evaluation of mitigation programs
2. Energy audit and conservation in industry
3. Increased capacity building for government agency and industrial actors

Mitigation Activities: Waste

1. Use of waste resulted from land opening for compost making materials
2. Construction of wastewater infrastructure using off-site and on-site systems
3. Supporting activities: Supervision of open burning activities of waste, development of garbage affairs technology, facilitation of conflict resolution
4. Improved waste management capacity
5. 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) Principle in waste management
6. Reducing garbage from its source as much as possible, reusing it and recycling it (3Rs Principle) before transported to Landfill
7. Improved garbage gas management method (landfill gas) through collection and burning or through application of energy recovery system
8. Developing landfill's quality improvement technology: Controlled Landfill (CLF), Sanitary Landfill (SLF), and discontinue open dumping activity
9. Establishment of agency responsible for solid waste management and wastewater services and issuance of permits

RPJMD Description
RPJMD Period 2010-2015
Supportive Mission Statement in RPJMD

Mission 1: To synergize and harmonize development in Central Kalimantan region through strengthening the Provincial Spatial Plan (RTRWP) in a sustainable way while taking into account the welfare of the people and the environment.

Mission 5: To expand and strengthen community-based economy that is synergized and sustainable.

Supportive Policy Direction in RPJMD: Agriculture and Forestry Program: mitigation and adaptation program to climate change (with indicators: to follow the recommendations given from regional commission of REDD program); Forest and land rehabilitation program.
Supportive Policy Direction in RPJMD: Energy, Transport, and Industry Policy direction: Development and improvement of infrastructure and facilities of transportation, communication, and information while still prioritizing the supporting capacity for local community economic development; Program to train and develop in the field of electricity and energy (construction of steam-based power plants and micro-hydro power plants).
Supportive Policy Direction in RPJMD: Waste No supportive policy direction found
Indication of Challenges in RPJMD: Agriculture and Forestry Program: Program to prepare expansion of mining area.
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