Jakarta Globe | Insight

Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro Talks About Government’s Urban Strategy

The Jakarta Globe’s Tabita Diela sat down with National Development Planning Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro in early October to discuss urbanization in Indonesia. The minister recognizes the huge potential urbanization could bring and lays out the government’s plans to negate some of its negative effects. Here is an excerpt of the exclusive interview, which has been […]

Smart Cities in Indonesia’s Future: Challenges and Opportunities

Jakarta. Indonesia’s rapid transformation from a rural to urban economy has served as one of the benchmarks for the country’s massive growth potential, while simultaneously underscoring several challenges it needs to confront. With nearly 70 percent of the country’s population expected to live in cities by 2025, the public and private sectors must come up […]

From Trash to Cash: Community Initiatives to Abolish Rubbish

Jakarta.¬†Greater Jakarta produces more than 11,000 tons of solid waste each day, some of which ends up strewn along city streets or piled up on sidewalks due to the provincial government’s lack of efficiency in tackling the issue. Other waste eventually ends up in landfills, producing little economic value but costing local administrations billions of […]
JANUARY 2018
REVIEW & LOOKING AHEAD
DECEMBER 2017
BEYOND PROFITABILITY
NOVEMBER 2017
URBAN INNOVATION
OCTOBER 2017
REGULATORY REBOOT
AUGUST 2017
DEFENDING PANCASILA