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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

April 6 @ 8:45 am - 12:30 pm

I. Background:
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 front runner in the economic activities.

The Global Eco-Industrial Parks Programme – Indonesia: Country Level Intervention (GEIPP-Indonesia) is geared up to demonstrate the viability and benefits of Eco-Industrial Park (EIP) approaches in scaling up resource productivity and improving economic, environmental and social performances of businesses and thereby contribute to inclusive and sustainable industrial development in Indonesia. Key benefits for Eco-Industrial Parks include: reducing an industrial park’s environmental footprint; promoting efficiency gains; enabling community cohesion; providing better access to finance and technical support; and enhancing business competitiveness. Good international industry practice demonstrates a wide range of economic, environmental, and social benefits from EIPs.

Previously in 2021, GEIPP has conducted a workshop on Industrial Collaborative Synergy Opportunities which discussed and identified the various routes, approaches, and opportunities of the industrial collaborative synergy such as utility synergies and infrastructure sharing, supply synergies and co-location of suppliers and clients, by-product synergies and waste exchanges, service synergies, and urban-industrial synergies. As a follow up of this activity, this workshop will further discuss the feasibilities of the identified opportunities. In addition, this workshop will also introduce the sustainability reporting according to the GRI standards-the first global standards for sustainability reporting which aligns with the objectives of EIP implementation.

II. Objectives and Expected Outcomes of the Workshop
The objective of the workshop is to feasibility assessed the industrial synergy opportunities identified in the previous workshop with companies and park management. This workshop will also introduce the GRI standard for the sustainability reporting.

This workshop is expected to be attended by MM2100’, Batamindo’ and KIIC’s park management and their tenants.

III. Date/Time
The workshop will be conducted virtually by using the zoom platform. The details are as provided below-
Date : Wednesday, 06 April 2022
Time : 08:45 am – 12.30 pm (Jakarta time)
Link to join virtual workshop : https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86482822047
Join Zoom Meeting,
Meeting ID: 864 8282 2047
Passcode: 100100

Before entering the webinar room, please pay attention to the following:
• Participants are expected to set their username (or can change their names while in the call) in the following format [Organization/Company]-[Name].
• Participants are expected to enter the workshop zoom room 10 minutes before the workshop begins.

IV. Agenda

Time Details of the Topics
8.45 – 09.00 am Participants to login into the zoom room with the username in the suggested format All
9.00 – 9.20 am Opening remarks:
• Welcome remarks by UNIDO
• Welcome and opening remarks by ICPC
• Opening remarks by Ministry of Industry
UNIDO
ICPC
MOI
9.20 – 10.40 am • Welcome, objectives webinar, presentation outline
• Introduction to the Sustainability Reporting
• Introduction to GRI Standard for Sustainability Reporting
- What is GRI Standard for sustainability reporting
- GRI standard to address sustainable challenges
- Sustainability report for ESG
- Relevance of sustainability reporting for industries: laws and regulations in Indonesia
• Discussion
UNIDO/ICPC
ICPC
ICPC
GRI Rep
10.40 – 11.10 • PCB session “Sound Management of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) to Improve Environmental Performance of Industrial Parks and their Tenant Companies” National Technical Adviser of UNIDO PCB Project
11.10 - 12:10 am • Presentation on identified industrial synergy opportunities
• Group discussion
• Summary findings
ICPC
12:10 am-12:30 pm • Conclusion and next steps
• Final remarks and closing

V. Registration/Nomination for Participation
Please confirm your attendance by an email to Ms. Sasha (FEMALE): S.USMAINI@unido.org /WA: +62-81219504765 or fill the registration form by clicking, https://forms.gle/rEanb3uGanPC2aYKA
We request you to confirm your attendance by 5 April 2022

Details

Date:
April 6
Time:
8:45 am - 12:30 pm
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https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86482822047

Organizer

The Global Eco-Industrial Parks Programme

Venue

Virtual