Webinar Engaging the ASGM and Coal Energy Sector Towards a Mercury-Free Indonesia
*Artisanal and Small-scale Gold Mining
Let’s Make Mercury History! It is not just a slogan, but a global commitment that must be realized. Indonesia is also committed, to taking a role to contribute. These are stated in a usage action reduction plan for mercury in priority sectors.
Monitoring the mercury reduction targets in these sectors, of course, requires a holistic effort. Various aspects, ranging from policies to applying environment and forestry standards and non-mercury practices at the site level, become a unit of action that contributes to achieving targets.
The webinar entitled “Engaging the Artisanal and Small-scale Gold Mining (ASGM) and Coal Energy Sector Towards a Mercury-Free Indonesia” will promote efforts to reduce mercury at the site level and solicit input on strengthening environmental and forestry standards in support of a mercury-free Indonesia.
This event is part of pre-COP online side events of The COP-4 Minamata Convention on Mercury.
ARY SUDIJANTO – Director General of Agency for Standardization of Environment and Forestry Instruments (ASEFI)
- Fitri Yola Amandita – Researcher, Center for Standardization of Environmental Quality Instruments (PSIKLH): “”Monitoring of Mercury Pollution from ASGM Sector in Indonesia”” >>> Download Presentation
- Ajrun Karim – Vice President of Environment, PT. PLN Persero:
“Efforts to Reduce Mercury from Coal Emissions at PLTU” >>> Download Presentation
- Rina Aprishanty – Center for Standardization of Environmental Quality Instruments (PSIKLH)
SAVE THE DATE: Friday, 11.35-12.15 CET or 17.35-18.15 WIB
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