STRATEGIC PARTNERS

Strategic Partners are institutions and entities that contributes to the development and planning of concept, programs, and activities of ICEF

Strategic Partners

Embassy of Denmark in Jakarta

Embassy of Denmark in Jakarta works on diplomatic relations between Denmark and Indonesia.

Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Jakarta

Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Jakarta works on diplomatic relations between Netherlands and Indonesia. The Government of the Netherlands offers support to Dutch SMEs to present their innovative products with a high potential to support and improve sustainable waste management and circular economy in Indonesia.

Delegation of the European Union to Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam

Delegation of the European Union to Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam has a mission to promote interests of the European Union (EU) and to build ever closer ties between the EU and Indonesia, and between EU and Brunei.

Royal Norwegian Embassy in Jakarta

Royal Norwegian Embassy in Jakarta works on diplomatic relations between Norway and Indonesia.

Blue Economy Foundation

Blue Economy Foundation (BEF) was established in Indonesia in 2013. BEF is part of Zero Emission Research Initiatives (ZERI) base in German. The Blue Economy fundamental is to keep sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth, to improve livelihoods and jobs, and to protect ocean ecosystem health. BEF main objective is to keep the Sky and the Sea still Blue. BEF in Indonesia is registered as part of the Social Services DKI Jakarta Province. BEF aims to accelerate community participatory in industrial activities to achieve local economic development through transfer of knowledge and entrepreneurship practice to enlarge Job opportunity towards poverty eradication.

Embassy of Finland in Jakarta

Embassy of Finland Jakarta is an official representative of the Finnish Government in the Republic of Indonesia as well as in Timor Leste (East-Timor). It is also a contact point to ASEAN.

GIZ Indonesia

GIZ Indonesia supports the German Cooperation with Indonesia which focuses on three priority areas: Energy, Environmental protection, Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) or economic development

Ikatan Alumni Teknik Lingkungan ITB

IATL ITB is an alumni association for graduates from Sanitary Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Infrastructure Engineering, and Sanitation and Clean Water Infrastructure Management of ITB. Aside from its purpose to synergize the potential of its members, IATL ITB was also made to contribute and actively participate in an environmentally sound national development while stimulating growth in environmental science and technology field as well.

Indonesia Global Compact Network

Indonesia Global Compact Network (IGCN) is a local Network of United Nations Global Compact (UN Global Compact), the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. A call to companies to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and take actions that advance societal goals. UN Global Compact works with business, NGOs and academia to reach the common goals of sustainable development through the mainstreaming and advancement of 10 UN Global Compact Principles.

MVB Indonesia

Established in 2015 in Singapore, The World’s Most Valued Business (MVB) is an independent organisation commited to empower “Sustainability” and “Best Business Practices”. To be part of MVB, companies need to demonstrate the highest standards in seven critical value areas as follows: Sustainability, Best Possible Business Practices, Ethical Employment, Safety and Security, Customer Service and Respect, Environmental Friendliness, and Corporate Values.

PRAISE

PRAISE (Packaging Recycling Association for Indonesia Sustainable Environment) was built in 2010 as Coalition for Sustainable Packaging. On February 2017, Packaging Recycling Association for Indonesia Sustainable Environment – PRAISE – was launched to represent our dedication to achieve a holistic packaging waste management in Indonesia. Coca-Cola Indonesia, Indofood Sukses Makmur, Nestlé Indonesia, Tetra Pak Indonesia, Tirta Investama, and Unilever Indonesia are the six founding members of PRAISE. To this date, PRAISE present as an association that actively support the implementation of a holistic, integrated, and sustainable plastic waste management. Three main focus on PRAISE are: Advocacy, Research & Education, Partnership & Collaboration.

SYSTEMIQ

SYSTEMIQ is a systems change company that partners with business, finance, policy-makers, and civil society to make economic systems truly sustainable. SYSTEMIQ combine high-level research with high-impact, on-the-ground work. We’re a “think-and-do” tank that sparks good disruptions and operates with purpose at SYSTEMIQ core.

Waste4Change

Waste4Change is a social enterprise that provides waste management service from upstream to downstream with a vision of reducing the amount of waste that end up in landfills. Waste4Change aspire to make behavioral change of the Indonesian people towards waste management with both technology and collaboration with formal and informal sectors.

Pusat Produksi Bersih Nasional

ICPC or Pusat Produksi Bersih Nasional (PPBN) is established in the main by Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) and Indonesia chamber of commerce (KADIN) and become a key instrument for the realization of the aims and objectives of the 10 Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production (10Y-SCP), through advocacy knowledge management of RECP and establishment of network for RECP Indonesia (NRECPI).

KADIN Indonesia

Kadin Indonesia is an organisation of Indonesian businesses that engage in the economic sector and is regulated under the Constitution of The Republic of Indonesia No. 1 the Year 1968. ICEF is proud to collaborate with KADIN Indonesia in organizing the 1st ICEF 2017.

AlphaBeta

AlphaBeta is a consultant company that uses advanced data analytics to solve some of the biggest challenges facing business and government. The strategic advice allows the clients to navigate the powerful economic forces shaking up the markets they operate in.

Landscape Indonesia

Landscape Indonesia or PT Bentang Alam Indonesia is a new company established in early 2016. Landscape Indonesia will provide financing facility for sustainable landscape management, from commercially-feasible ecosystem service development (including forest carbon), agriculture and agroforestry development, community livelihoods improvements, and renewable energy.

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