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Penanganan Perubahan Iklim (2)

FISIPUNTAN, Pontianak. Penanganan perubahan iklim (2 menjadi persoalan yang harus diperhatikan karena memiliki dampak dan risiko yang besar, terlebih pada keberlangsungan makhluk hidup dan generasi di masa mendatang.

Demikian stressing para pakar, akademisi, praktisi dan aktivis dalam FGD Penanganan perubahan iklim (2)yang digelar pada 22 Mei 2023 di Ruang Aula S2 FISIP Universitas Tanjungpura, Pontianak.

FGD Penanganan Perubahan Iklim

FGD Penanganan perubahan iklim (2)mengangkat tema Adaptasi dan Mitigasi Perubahan Iklim melalui Kebijakan Publik. Peserta FGD terdiri dari perwakilan berbagai pihak (multistakeholder) di Provinsi Kalimantan Barat.

Peserta FGD dari kelompok pakar antara lain: Prof. Dr.H.Martoyo, MA, Dr.Herlan, M.Si, Dr.Elyta pakar kebijakan publik dan sosiologi Universitas Tanjungpura.

Turut hadir dari pihak Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KASKonrad Adenauer Foundation) Dr. Denis Suarsana dan koordinator program Ari Stauss.

Dampak perubahan iklim tidak hanya sebatas naiknya temperatur bumi, cuaca ekstrem, mencairnya salju di gunung, krisis air bersih, atau meningkatnya wabah penyakit.

Lebih dari itu, perubahan iklim membawa kerugian ekonomi, sosial, dan politik

Kebijakan Perubahan Iklim

Dalam penanganan perubahan iklim, pemerintah Indonesia telah menegaskan bahwa pengendalian perubahan iklim sebagai salah satu fokus dalam pembangunan nasional.

Hal ini tercantum dalam Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional (RPJMN) 2020-2024. Pengendalian perubahan iklim menjadi prioritas nasional keenam.

Kebijakan prioritas tersebut yaitu program peningkatan kualitas lingkungan, peningkatan ketahanan bencana dan perubahan iklim, serta pembangunan rendah karbon.

Sebagai wujud keseriusan menangani perubahan iklim, pemerintah Indonesia memberikan komitmen politik kepada internasional untuk menurunkan emisi karbon.

Komitmen Indonesia terhadap penurunan emisi karbon yang menjadi pemicu perubahan iklim sebesar 31,89% dengan upaya sendiri, dan 43,20% dengan dukungan internasional hingga 2030.

 FGD Penanganan Perubahan Iklim di FISIP Universitas Tanjungpura 

FGD Penanganan Perubahan Iklim di FISIP Universitas Tanjungpura

Pengurangan emisi karbon di Kalimantan Barat

Pengurangan emisi karbon Indonesia fokus pada lima sektor, yaitu Kehutanan dan Tata Guna Lahan lainnya (Forestry and Other Land Use/FOLU), Energi, Proses Industri dan Penggunaan Produk (Industrial Process and Product Uses/IPPU), Limbah (sampah), dan Pertanian.

FOLU menjadi sektor utama dalam mencapai target penurunan emisi karbon. Bahkan sektor ini memiliki porsi terbesar dengan berkontribusi sekitar 60% dalam pemenuhan target emisi karbon.

Di sektor FOLU dan pertanian, Provinsi Kalimantan Barat memiliki peran penting untuk berkontribusi dalam pengurangan emisi karbon.

Kalimantan Barat dilaporkan memiliki kawasan hutan seluas 8.389.600 ha atau mencapai 57,14% dari jumlah total luas wilayah Provinsi ± 14.680.790 ha.

Hutan dengan luasan yang cukup besar tersebut tersebar di seluruh wilayah Kabupaten/Kota di
Kalimantan Barat.

Upaya penanganan perubahan iklim, termasuk pencapaian target emisi karbon, membutuhkan dukungan semua pihak (multistakeholder) dari pusat hingga daerah.

Dukungan tersebut salah satunya dapat diwujudkan dalam bentuk pemberian pemikiran berupa saran dan rekomendasi untuk penanganan perubahan iklim.

Sebagai upaya turut memberikan masukan dan saran dalam penanganan perubahan iklim, terutama untuk menjadi masukan pemerintah yang akan datang.

Utamanya bagi penyusunan Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Daerah (RPJMD) dan Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional (RPJMN) periode 2025 – 2029.

 FGD Penanganan Perubahan Iklim di FISIP Universitas Tanjungpura 

FGD Penanganan Perubahan Iklim di FISIP Universitas Tanjungpura

Yayasan Perspektif Baru bersama Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS)* bekerja sama dengan Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik (FISIP) Universitas Tanjungpura, Pontianak, menggelar Diskusi Kelompok Terfokus (Focus Group Discussion/FGD).

*) KAS adalah  lembaga independen internasional berkedudukan Sankt Augustin, Jerman. Berdiri  sejak 1955 yang fokus pada pendidikan dan isu perubahan iklim global. 

sumber: PPID FISIP UNTAN, 2023

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