Indonesia - adaptation in South East Asia

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Indonesia - adaptation in South East Asia

  1. 1. “Climate Change Adaptation & Disaster Risks Management Consultation meeting – Initiatives on Strengthening Climate Resilience 29 April 2010
  2. 2. Outline • National Council on Climate Change (DNPI) • National Agenda on Climate Change Adaptation • How to link Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risks Management
  3. 3. National Council on Climate Change (DNPI) Perpres 46 /2008 ORGANIZATION MANDATE Chair : President Vice chair : Ministry of Econ Ministry of Welfare
  4. 4. Adaptation Working Group Role in DNPI National Policy P S Major Task and R E Function of I C Adaptation V T Working Group A O T R E Civil Society
  5. 5. Relationship Between Climate Change and Sustainable Development Climate Change can slow- SD can reduce vulnerability down achievement of caused by climate change sustainable development through adaptation action, (achievement on development development of adaptive goal) both direct and indirect capacity and security achievement To support sustainability, development must expressly put adaptation into development and support on adaptive capacity
  6. 6. APF Structure: Step and Guideline USER’S GUIDE APF Steps TP 7 – MEASURING AND ENHANCING ADAPTIVE CAPACITY 1. Project scope and TP 1 – PROJECT SCOPE design TP 3 – VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT 2. Assessing current vulnerability TP 4 – CURRENT CLIMATE RISKS TP 2 – STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT 3. Characterizing TP 5 – FUTURE CLIMATE RISKS future climate risks TP 6 – SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 4. Developing an TP 8 – ADAPTATION STRATEGY adaptation strategy Outlines how to formulate an adaptation strategy and implement it, building on steps 1-3 and continuing into step 5 5. Continuing the adaptation process TP 9 – EVALUATING ADAPTATION
  7. 7. Climate Change Vulnerability (CIFOR, 2008)
  8. 8. The Main Priority on Adaptation Food security Water Health
  9. 9. Adaptasi Perubahan Iklim & Pengelolaan Resiko Bencana Dampak Terhadap Cuaca di Indonesia
  10. 10. DNPI’s Work Field Output Collaboration with Disaster Encourage mainstreaming DRM in the CCA National Platform of efforts in the national and local level DRR, BNPB, DNPI Establishment of multi stakeholders’ commitment to synergize the efforts of CCA and DRM Health Understanding and Priority Agenda on MoH, Academician formulating strategy of adaptation in the health NGO, INGO, DNPI sector Insurance Opportunity to develop insurance as a part of Sinar Mas Group, CCA strategy DNPI Food Security Suggestions on developing thematic MoA, Dept of information to anticipate the climate change Agriculture,WHO, impact to agriculture sector. FAO, Mc Kinsey, Developing Vulnerability Map of Coastal Area in MoFishery and Marine Indonesia (Jakarta, Bali, Lombok, Kaltim)
  11. 11. EEPSEA Working Group on Climate Change “CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION BEHAVIOR IN SOUTHEAST ASIA”
  12. 12. Study Areas The study areas
  13. 13. Extreme climate events • Typhoon Saomai, Zhejiang, China – August 2006 • Typhoon Milenyo (Xangsane), Batangas, Philippines – September 2006 • Typhoon Xangsane, Quang Nam, Vietnam – September 2006 • Flood Chiang Mai, Thailand – August 2005 • Flood Jakarta, Indonesia – February 2007 • Flood Hanoi and Thai Binh, Vietnam – November 2008
  14. 14. SOME FINDINGS…
  15. 15. Damage as a share of HH income 100% 80% 60% 40% 85% 64% 20% 46% 41% 24% 30% 10% 11% 0% m R) ) H nh rta oi ng (U ,P na an ( Bi ka ia ai ai ng as H M ej m ai Ja Zh ua ng Th g g an an ta Q hi Ba hi C C
  16. 16. Household perception: Future risks more severe Percentage 70 60 60 50 50 46 40 29.2 28.5 30 24.8 20 13.8 10 2.8 0
  17. 17. Training on Disaster Preparedness
  18. 18. HH who consider relocation an option
  19. 19. HHs who want to buy disaster insurance 50% 46% 40% 37% 33% 29% 30% 20% 20% 20% 9% 10% 5% 0% ta ) oi ) ng m s nh (U (R ga n ar Na ia Bi ai Ha ai n k ej ta gm Ja gm ai g Zh an Ba Th an en Qu i i Ch Ch
  20. 20. Recommendations on Joined Agenda (DNPI – DRR National Platform ) • Identification on climate related risks • Identification on vulnerability issues (poverty, public awareness, capacity building for institution and community, policy and regulations) • Identification and development on policies on sustainable development • Program on community awareness and development • Participatory process • Harmonization of policy and regulations • Synchronization of program and activities
  21. 21. Joint issues of CCA and DRR • Data on climate related disasters • Social & Economic Impacts of climate related disasters • Risk and Vulnerability Assessment • Financial & Economic Tools (insurance & incentive) • Early warning system • Urban spatial structure and urban development • Environment Management • Hazards Control: flood and drought management, coastal and small island management
  22. 22. THANK YOU

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