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Title: Kerjasama Indonesia – Cina Melalui Kendaraan Elektrik Dalam Mendukung Kebijakan Net Zero Emission
Authors: Santoso, Lucky
Keywords: kendaraan listrik;Net Zero Emission
Issue Date: 30-May-2024
Abstract: Dalam upaya untuk mengatasi dampak negatif emisi karbon terhadap lingkungan, Net Zero Emission menjadi sebuah tujuan yang sangat penting. Konsep Net Zero Emission (NZE) menyoroti pentingnya beralih ke sistem energi yang bersih, yang dapat mengurangi jejak karbon dalam aktivitas manusia. Indonesia dalam rangka mendukung program NZE ini, menjalin hubbungan kerjasama bilateral dengan Cina untuk pengembangan kendaraan listrik. Dalam kerjasama antara kedua negara ini, Cina dan Indonesia punya cara tersendiri dalam mewujudkan komitmen ini. Cina telah mengambil langkah-langkah nyata dalam mengurangi emisi karbon, termasuk dalam sektor transportasi dengan memajukan industri kendaraan listrik. Indonesia sendiri juga mengambil langkah serupa dalam mengurangi emisi karbon, salah satunya meliputi kebijakan energi terbarukan dan transportasi berkelanjutan. Kata kunci: Net Zero Emission, kendaraan listrik, kerjasama bilateral Abstraction In an effort to overcome the negative impact of carbon emissions on the environment, Net Zero Emission is a very important goal. The Net Zero Emission (NZE) concept highlights the importance of switching to a clean energy system, which can reduce the carbon footprint of human activities. In order to support the NZE program, Indonesia is establishing bilateral cooperative relations with China for the development of electric vehicles. In cooperation between these two countries, China and Indonesia have their own ways of realizing this commitment. China has taken concrete steps in reducing carbon emissions, including in the transportation sector by advancing the electric vehicle industry. Indonesia itself is also taking similar steps to reduce carbon emissions, one of which includes renewable energy policies and sustainable transportation. Keywords: Net Zero Emission, electric vehicles, bilateral cooperation
URI: https://repository.uksw.edu//handle/123456789/34256
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