Indonesia's tricky balance on climate and poverty

Indonesia's Tricky Balance on Climate and Poverty | GZERO Media

Shinta Kamdami, CEO of Indonesian conglomerate Sintesa, says her country is in a tight spot on climate. Indonesia wants to do a lot more to curb its emissions because it still burns a lot of coal to get power, but must transition to more clean energy in sustainable a way that doesn't further hurt millions of poor Indonesians — and many Asian developing countries face the same balancing act. Kamdami spoke during the first of a two-part Sustainability Leaders Summit livestream conversation sponsored by Suntory.

Kamdami joined for the first of a two-part Sustainability Leaders Summit livestream conversation sponsored by Suntory. Watch here.

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