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Global Eco-Industrial Parks Programme (GEIPP) Indonesia

The objective of the Global Eco-Industrial Parks Programme (GEIPP) is to demonstrate the viability and benefits of greening industrial parks by improving resource productivity and economic, environmental and social performances of businesses and thereby contributing to inclusive and sustainable industrial development in the participating developing and transition economies. Component 1 (Country level interventions) implements tailor-made initiatives in six countries: Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia, Peru, Ukraine and Viet Nam. Two outcomes are targeted by this component:
Outcome 1
Outcome 2

EIP incentivized and mainstreamed in relevant policy and regulations leading to an increased role of EIP in environmental, industry and other relevant policies at the national levels in the participating countries.

Activities such as stakeholder mapping, policy review and capacity-building of key institutions, stakeholders and service providers will strengthen relevant national institutions.

April 2022
Apr 07
07 April 2022
A New Rooftop Solar Power Plant Goes Live in Batamindo Industrial Park, Indonesia
Virtual,

One of the key considerations for the planning and implementation of eco-industrial parks is the management of the energy demands of the park using renewable sources. Not only do renewable […]

Apr 06
06 April 2022
Terms of Reference Workshop with MM2100 Industrial Town, Batamindo Industrial Park, KIIC Industrial Park, and Tenant Companies on Collaborative Synergy Opportunities and Introduction to Sustainability Reporting
Virtual,

Industrial parks have long been recognized as an efficient means of unifying industrial activities with business, infrastructure and service objectives. Industrial parks share many commonalities, in that they are planned and developed with the objective of fostering economic growth and of improving location’s competitiveness through potential collaborative and efficiency gains. In the context of mounting pressure to address climate change and foster international development, it is becoming increasingly clear that industrial parks need to move beyond their traditional resource intensive business models to integrate environmental and social dimensions to remain a frontrunner in the economic activities.

March 2022
Mar 02
02 March 2022
Terms of Reference Workshop of Technical Licensing (Pertek) and Monitoring and Reporting Environmental Impact Assessment (AMDAL) for Eco-Industrial Parks (EIP)
Zoom Meeting, Indonesia

In order to realize the goal of an eco-industrial park, industrial areas must understand and implement capacity building in accordance with the correct rules and guidelines. Apart from improving the quality and innovation of technology development in each industry, industrial estates also need to regulate so that the environment in the area can be monitored and in line with this goal. Therefore, the government has set up guidelines and information for monitoring so that it is easier for industry and industrial estates to carry out their business activities. So, it is necessary to deliver material to industrial areas and tenants to understand the latest regulations as a guideline by the government to support the realization of an eco-industrial park.
Within the framework of the Global Eco-Industrial Parks Programme (GEIPP) in Developing and Transition Countries currently implemented by UNIDO and funded by the Government of Switzerland through its State Secretariat of Economic Affairs, this Project–the GEIPP Indonesia Country Level Intervention–will address the development of eco-industrial parks in Indonesia.

February 2022
Feb 14
14 February 2022
Workshop Kebijakan Tranformasi Menuju Eco-Industrial Park (EIP) untuk Pengelolaan Kawasan Industri (Workshop on Policy for Transforming to EIP for Industrial Parks Management)
Zoom Meeting, Indonesia

Latar Belakang United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) adalah badan khusus Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa yang mempromosikan pembangunan industri untuk pendidikan kemiskinan, globalisasi inklusif, dan kelestarian lingkungan. Kerja sama antara Pemerintah Indonesia dan UNIDO telah terjalin sejak tahun 1970, khususnya dalam hal bantuan teknis melalui Country Program Indonesia-UNIDO. UNIDO telah menyelaraskan kerangka kerja tersebut sejalan dengan prioritas Republik Indonesia yang diidentifikasikan ke dalam Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Panjang Indonesia 2005-2025 (RPJM). Dalam kerangka acuan Program Global Kawasan Industri yang Berwawasan Lingkungan (GEIPP) di negara-negara berkembang dan negara-negara transisi yang saat ini dilaksanakan oleh UNIDO dan didanai oleh Pemerintah Swiss melalui Sekretariat Negara Urusan Ekonomi (SECO), proyek ini merupakan Intervensi Tingkat Negara GEIPP Indonesia – akan membahas pengembangan kawasan industri yang berwawasan lingkungan di Indonesia. Pelaksanaan projek ini juga berdasarkan pembelajaran dari program global Efisiensi Sumber Daya dan Produksi Bersih (RECP) dan bersinergi dengan program UNIDO NRECP yang saat ini dilaksanakan di Indonesia.

November 2021
Nov 18
18 November 2021
Terms of Reference Workshop on Improving Social Performance of Industrial Parks (IPs) in Indonesia
Virtual,

Eco industrial park program organized by Unido aims to change industrial areas in Indonesia into environmentally friendly industrial areas. There are many efforts to realize the eco industrial park program, one of which is social indicators. Social indicators are statistical time series that are "used to monitor the social system, helping to identify changes and to guide intervention to alter the course of social change". Through the implementation of social indicators for industrial estates, the social objectives can be more clearly defined of which can construct, the process of data collection to measure and monitor social results and assess and report progress. Reporting includes both internal reports that assess and improve decision making and external reports that demonstrate whether social objectives are being achieved.

Within the framework of the Global Eco-Industrial Parks Programme (GEIPP) in Developing and Transition Countries currently implemented by UNIDO and funded by the Government of Switzerland through its State Secretariat of Economic Affairs, this Project–the GEIPP Indonesia Country Level Intervention–will address the development of eco-industrial parks in Indonesia. Through the cooperation with Ministry of Industry, GEIPP programme will support the implementation of capacity building series for industrial parks and tenant SMEs to meet international standards and requirements, that includes social indicator to meet all of the eco industrial park minimum requirements. The social benefits deriving from EIP activities can catalyze the creation of quality local jobs through better working conditions.

Context

Eco-industrial parks and the GEIPP

The eco-industrial park concept
Industrial parks are known by different names and cover industrial areas, industrial zones, industrial investment regions, special economic zones, industrial corridors and so on. They are planned and developed for the purpose of industrial and associated commercial, infrastructure and service activities. Industrial parks have potentially both positive and negative impacts. While they contribute to the economic growth and social development of a country or a region, they also have the potential to cause negative environmental and social impacts including: contribution to climate change, pollution, resource depletion, labor issues and community disruption.

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Field visit to tenants of Batamindo Industrial Park as demo unit of RECP assessment and implementation under GEIPP-Indonesia Programme, 27-29 October 2021
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The GEIPP-Indonesia Programme Launch, 23 October 2020.

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Implementation Handbook for Eco-Industrial Parks.

http://geippindonesia.org/publication

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