Promoting an Equitable Green Taxonomy

White paper it offers the idea of ​​an equitable Green Taxonomy, in which the guidelines not only regulate economic, social, environmental and governance aspects in economic activity but also explicitly regulate inclusion, gender equality and human rights (HAM). White paper This provides several principles of an equitable Green Taxonomy including fulfillment of one of the strategic goals, Do No Significant Harm (DNSH), fulfillment of minimum requirements (minimum safeguards), and continuous improvement.

White paper This emphasizes that economic activities in the energy sector based on fossil fuels and other alternative energy sources that hold back efforts to deal with climate change such as biofuels, nuclear and coal gasification cannot be categorized as green economic activities or economic activities that support transition efforts towards low carbon development. .

White paper This is structured as an effort to provide recommendations to OJK and parties involved in reform living document Green Taxonomy to integrate social aspects such as a just transition process, and ensure that aspects of human rights and gender equality are also considered in green taxonomy documents and their implementation. As living document, it is hoped that the Indonesian Green Taxonomy can become an Indonesian just Green Taxonomy by taking into account various aspects of inclusivity, gender equality, and human rights as has been proposed in white paper this. Happy reading!

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