Tag: Energy Crisis

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Indonesia Clean Energy Solar panels

Improving investment conditions:

Indonesia a world leader in clean energy   eyesonindonesia Amsterdam, August 19th 2022–  Indonesia could become a world leader in clean energy with further reforms to mobilise investment in renewables and energy efficiency, according to a new OECD report published earlier last year. The  Clean Energy  Finance and Investment Policy Review of Indonesia says Indonesia…
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Water Food and Energy Security

The Water, Food and Energy Security

And its Nexus eyesonindonesia  Amsterdam, July 20 2022 — According to the Food And Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), the water, energy and food security nexus, means that food as well as water and energy security are very much linked to one another. Meaning that the actions in any one particular area often can have effects…
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Living Without Plastics

Clean Rivers, Cleaner Brain  Part I eyesonindonesia.com Amsterdam, June 27, 2022– Of the 8,300 million tons of virgin plastic produced until the end of 2015, 6,300 million tons have been thrown away.  Most of that plastic waste is still with us, buried in landfills or polluting the environment. Microplastics have been found in Antarctic sea…
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Indonesia Container ports

Indonesia Survives Food- & Energy Crisis 

Part II Problems Emerging countries mdeboer FD / eyesonindonesia Amsterdam, June 11th 2022– The global debt burden has risen by almost $12,000 billion in the past corona years. Of this increase, 80% is accounted for by the emerging countries, that is a whopping$7000 billion Important numbers from the  Institute of International Finance (IIF) show that the global debt…
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Indonesia Survives Food- & Energy Crisis

Part I Problems Emerging countries mdeboer FD / eyesonindonesia Amsterdam, June 11th 2022– A severe energy crunch plus an equally serious global food shock hit countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America hard. Inflation and a stagnant economy make them very vulnerable. Their debts have risen quickly during the corona period and with rising interest rates…
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