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EuroCham Spoke at CIPS’s Webinar on Omnibus Law: Evaluating the Impact of Foreign Investment Policy Relaxation on Horticultural Productivity
The Deputy Head of EuroCham Agriculture, Food, and Beverages Working Group, Laksmi Prasvita (Bayer Indonesia), was invited as a speaker at a webinar held by the Center for Indonesian Policy Studies (CIPS) on 3 November 2020. The webinar on Omnibus Law: Evaluating the Impact of Foreign Investment Policy Relaxation on Horticultural Productivity was organized to highlight how an increase of foreign investment can create a productive and sustainable horticultural sector in Indonesia. Other noteable speakers in the event were, Donny Pasaribu (Associate Researcher of CIPS), and Nurul Ichwan (Deputy for Investment Planning at the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board/BKPM).
The presentation and recording of the webinar can be accessed through https://www.cips-indonesia.org/events/omnibus-law-mengevaluasi-dampak-relaksasi-kebijakan-investasi-asing-pada-produktivitas-hortikultura
Following the successful Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Talk #1 event, EuroCham Sustainable Development Working Group collaborated with EuroCham Energy Working Group to conduct the SDG Talk #2. The theme of the event is “Renewable Energy, the New Norm? Myth or Reality,” which was conducted via a webinar on 5 November 2020.
The webinar highlighted SDG 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy) and SDG 13 (Climate Action) on how renewable energy can be an alternative to clean energy, providing affordable solutions for the community. The event also highlighted the commitment of EuroCham members to access Renewable Energy despite challenges such as policy uncertainty, market barriers, financing barriers, and low renewables manufacturing capacity.
The webinar serves to also promote the launching of the 2nd EuroCham Contribution to SDGs Report and support the EU Climate Diplomacy Week 2020. The webinar was held to share best practices and real experience on the SDGs implementation by EuroCham members and was joined by more than 70 participants.