Indonesia to offer 47 sustainable investments in G20

Indonesia’s Investment Ministry will offer 47 sustainable investment projects, in line with the agenda of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency.

Deputy for Investment Planning at the Investment Ministry Nurul Ichwan said the 47 investment projects are real projects because a pre-feasibility study (pre-FS) has already been conducted for them. He delivered the statement at the launch of Sustainable Investment Projects here on Thursday.

“This information is a real offer from Indonesia in the G20 because what we are offering is already a real project to them,” he remarked.

Ichwan also assured that each project already has an indication of its impact on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

He said he expected that Indonesia would take part or contribute to the global achievement of the sustainable development goals by 2030. It will offer investments as a part of the projects and evaluate impacted goals.

Ichwan said that there are a number of investment projects related to sustainable investment, which is one of the focuses of the G20 Presidency. For example, there are waste treatment investment projects, and even nutmeg plantation projects, in West Papua.

He said that this activity could be considered as a way to protect nature and prevent the Earth from becoming barren.

Source: ANTARA News
Reporter: Ade Irma J, Mecca Yumna
Editor: Rahmad Nasution