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Jakarta Indonesia


Branch Manager | Amanda Niode
The climate crisis is already transforming Indonesia, leading to coastal ecosystem destruction, decrease in water availability, changes in crop productivity, and the loss of biodiversity. Climate change also has an impact on health, food security, and economic prosperity, both at the local and national level. Climate Reality Indonesia seeks to inform young people and decision makers on the causes and the risks of the global climate crisis and to empower them to take actions and implement solutions Recognizing that younger generations have the most at stake in a future shaped by climate change, The Climate Reality Project Indonesia works to educate young Indonesians about the crisis and how we solve it through its flagship Youth Leadership Camp for Climate Change. Already, the program has trained over 2,000 young people. In addition, the branch also organizes activists at the yearly Indonesia Climate Change Forum and Expo and the Indonesia Pavilion at UN climate conferences. In addition, the branch works with textile and apparel groups to promote the use of sustainable, local materials while maintaining traditional weaving techniques, hosts flood reduction workshops for communities, and supports YLCCC alumni in piloting their own projects throughout Indonesia.
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Branch Manager | Amanda Niode