North Sulawesi was chosen as the final pilot SEA for one location as it had best practices in the implementation of SEA. The Final SEA Report covers SEA of the North Sulawesi Regional Spatial Plan.
Papers and Reports
This report discusses three selected themes of economic instruments for environmental management. These are payment for environmental services, environmental subsidy and charges. The report describes the rationals, gap on existing initiatives, analysis of proposed initiatives as well as challenges and opportunities to implement such instruments
Jakarta Bay has undergone significant coastal development over the past decades, with a large number of new developments proposed or currently underway. In order to ensure the future sustainable development of Jakarta Bay, the Ministry of Environment was developing a policy for future port and coastal development in Jakarta Bay. The results of the Rapid Environmental Assessment (REA) of Jakarta Bay was developed to provide input to this policy document.
The report constitutes the first milestone of the consultancy titled "SEA Applied in Policy Analysis and Environmental Planning -National Technical Assistance" and contains four seperate reports/deliverables:
- Draft Guidance for Quality Assurance of SEA - English and Indonesian language
- Draft Academic Paper on Screening Process of the Policy, Plan and Programme (PPP) - English and Indonesian language
- Draft SEA Training Module - English and Indonesian language
- Report on SEA Clearing House Activities - English and Indonesian language
case study.The SEA implementation was carried out using an ex-post approach and the main focus was to assess the linkages between strategic PPP on palm oil development with key issues that have been agreed by multi-party discussions.
SEA pilot projects in Spatial Planning in Kubu Raya & Kota Serang
System Dynamics Modelling as an Instrument for Decision and Policy Making for the Preparation of RPJMN 2010-2014
As part of Danish funded Environment Support Programme Phase 2 (ESP-2), support and assistance to BAPPENAS have been given to allow the enhancement of institutional capacity at
national level in a more integrated and targeted manner to support the improvement of intersectoral and cross-sectoral cooperation as well as of decentralization of natural resources and environmental management.