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SU-RE.CO WORK ON GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
Interview by TBS (National Radio of Japan), Dr.Takeshi Takama shared his journey as an expert in the fields to climate change and environment and the vision of su-re.co as the CEO. su-re.coffee, su-re.cocoa, biogas and SDG Training become some of the ways su-re.co are contributing to betterment of environment and farmers in Indonesia.
INTRODUCE TWO NEW PROJECTS ON ENERGY AND LAND USE
Through the Sustainability and Resilience Kick-off Workshop, su-re.co also wants to collaborate with potential collaborations by aligning projects and planning with the partners present. Dr. Takeshi Takama, CEO of su-re.co opened the workshop with an invitation to collaborate with participants consisting of local, national, and international partners.
RESEARCH PROJECTS ON RENEWABLE ENERGY IN INDONESIA
Indonesia's renewable energy sector got a breath of fresh air with the launch of two research projects, LANDMARC and TIPPING + Tuesday (23/3). su-re.co (Sustainability and Resilience) officially introduced two renewable energy research projects in Indonesia to the public.
NEW RESEARCH PROJECTS ON CLEAN ENERGY AND LAND USE
The news of the launch of the two LANDMARC and TPPING + research projects has brought fresh air to the environmental sector in Indonesia. su-re.co (Sustainability and Resilience), an organization engaged in the environmental realm, officially introduced two renewable energy research projects in Indonesia to the public (16/3).
NEW UPDATES ON RESEARCH PROJECTS OF ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY
su-re.co (Sustainability and Resilience) officially introduced two renewable energy research projects in Indonesia. Through the Sustainability and Resilience Kick-off Workshop, su-re.co also wants to collaborate with potential collaborations by aligning projects and planning with the partners who are present.
SU-RE.CO HOLDS A COURSE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO
For 5 days from March 1st to 5th, 2021, su-re.co conducted an education and training program with the theme of "Challenge to Sustainability in Bali". Some students from the University of Tokyo participated online. The program will be offered at educational institutions in Japan and overseas.
IDEAS FOR GOOD
Climate change and poverty problem of the farmers. su-re.co is working to solve these problems at the same time. IDEAS FOR GOOD is a website that gathers ideas to make society "more" better, and our CEO Dr. Takeshi Takama explained how the projects would contribute to these social issues.
WHAT IS A NEW CARBON OFFSET BUSINESS MODEL FOR FARMERS?
su-re.co started its activities in Japan with Certified NPO Living in Peace, achieving 146% of its goal in a crowdfunding project. For the next step, su-re.co is seeking to develop the smartest solution to popularize biogas by the practical use of the blockchain system (supported by European Governments)
ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL PRODUCTS
What is good for our future? and What do we want to leave for the next generation?
A cup of su-re.coffee and a piece of su-re.cocoa is a great way to unwind in our busy days, but it's more special to hear that we can make a contribution to environmental problems at the same time.
BIOGAS CASE STUDY IN INDONESIA
Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country comprising around 17,508 islands with many remote areas, inhabiting over 265 million people. Indonesia is one of the world’s biggest emitters, with emissions from land-use contribute significantly (65.5%) to the nation’s total GHG emissions (USAID, 2017).
BIOGAS FOR INDONESIAN FARMERS
su-re.co started its activities in Japan with Certified NPO Living in Peace, achieving 146% of its goal in a crowdfunding project. The crowdfunding campaign is the first step to spread su-re.co's great work to the Japanese people. su-re.co will deliver the biogas digesters and climate field schools as a "gift" to more Indonesian farmers.
SDGS ONLINE SEMINAR FOR JAPANESE STUDENTS
Our CEO, Dr.Takeshi Takama, is holding a SDGs online seminar at CLARK Memorial International High School in Japan every Friday with Tiger Mov Co. A lecture on "Realizing a Sustainable Society and COVID-19" with Pierrick Fillon, Undersecretary of the European Union's R&D Department, was an opportunity to encourage students to think again about the SDGs.
CIRCULAR ECONOMY HUB
su-re.co's challenge doesn't end with the introduction of a biogas kit. We are developing a system to trade carbon offsets on the blockchain as a European government research project. It is a system that can measure the amount of CO2 reduction of farmers who have introduced biogas kits and sell them as CO2 emission rights.
ELEMINIST delivers the latest sustainable information carefully selected from Japan and around the world. In order to stabilize and improve the income of local farmers, su-re.co supports the conversion to coffee beans and cocoa bean farming, which is a crop that is more resistant to climate change than conventional rice farming.
EMISSION IN INDONESIA (LANDMARC & TIPPING+)
In Bali, there is a company engaged in research activities, namely @su_re.co. The reason for one of the research projects is to answer the problem of land-based mitigation impacts and strive for a clean energy transition in Indonesia. This project is funded by the European Commission and officially started in 2020.
INTRODUCE SU-RECOFFEE AND SU-RECOCOA
Eriko Kikuchi, who is a founder and CEO of Tiger Mov, introduced su-re.coffee and su-re.cocoa in a Japanese TV show NEWS 24 “the SOCIAL”. This TV program was also introduced in one of the most famous Japanese media, “Yahoo News”.
Dr. Takeshi Takama appeared in a Japanese TV show NEWS 24 “the SOCIAL”. He explained the mechanisms and the importance of su-re.co activities for Indonesian coffee and cocoa farmers.
LAND-USE BASED MITIGATION IN INDONESIA
What are the realistic potentials of agriculture, forestry and other land use sectors to increase CO2 absorption from the atmosphere? This question will be answered by the LANDMARC research project, which has officially started since 1 July 2020.
BIOGAS, AN AFFORDABLE CHOICE FOR ENERGY SOLUTION
The rural households are still highly dependent on traditional biomass (firewood) for cooking (OECD, 2019) that leads to deforestation and indoor air pollution. Based on the massive potential of livestock manure, biogas becomes the most realistic all-inclusive solution that can supply clean energy and help Indonesia achieve its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).
INDONESIA CASE STUDIES: LANDMARC AND TIPPING+
To mitigate the emission and climate impact in land-use and electricity sector, the potential and options of decarbonisation, clean cooking, and coal removal can be explored through LANDMARC and TIPPING+ project will focus on the scientific assessment of decarbonisation processes through biogas and compost, and policy engagement to enable the clean-energy transition.
INDONESIA CASE STUDIES ON LANDMARC & TIPPING+
Two funded projects by the European Commission (LANDMARC and TIPPING+) were officially started. LANDMARC (Land-use based mitigation for resilient climate pathways) is a 4-year project, starting from July 16th 2020. TIPPING+ (Enabling positive tipping points toward clean-energy transitions in coal and carbon-intensive regions) project, a 3-year project, starting from June 26th 2020.
A BLIGHT ON ITS ENVIRONMENT, INDONESIA STRIDES TOWARDS ZERO PLASTIC GOAL
Indonesia is among the world's most heavily plastic polluted nations. To tackle this, the National Plastic Action Partnership is the country's most radical plan to date, but can it be effectively implemented and at what human cost? Our research assistant, Chyntia Ismail's opinion on National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP) is featured in an article on Southeast Asia Globe.
VIRTUOSO SUSTAINABILITY REPORT MARCH EDITION
su-re.co and Four Seasons at Jimbaran Bay started to collaborate last year during su-re.co's crowdfunding campaign. Four Seasons at Jimbaran Bay supported the crowdfunding by buying su-re.cofee and green beans to be used in one of their restaurants Jala Cooking Class Academy where the guests could get experience preparing a traditional Balinese coffee. Virtuoso is a network of high-end travel agents in the US, Virtuoso Life's article, "12 Travel Companies Making a Difference." wrote about what Four Seasons at Jimbaran Bay did in order to make a change, in this case supporting local coffee farmers in collaboration with su-re.co and Montessori School Bali by using su-re.coffee.
A SUSTAINABILITY TRAINING
From December 5th to 9th, Daiki Axis held an informal training in Indonesia. All 10 prospective employees in 2020 participated in this overseas training, which was held for the first time. su-re.co, as one of the partners, gave A Sustainability Training to new graduates who entered the company in 2020.
RISKS, BARRIERS AND RESPONSES TO INDONESIA’S BIOGAS DEVELOPMENT
SEI (Stockholm Environmental Institute) just published a brief about biogas development in Indonesia. This brief exploring the biogas development in Indonesia in order to reach the NDC targets 26% and 29% GHG by 2020 and 2030 respectively. Click this link to read the full article
BIOECONOMY PATHWAYS: INNOVATION, DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNANCE
On 13 June 2019 our CEO Dr. Takeshi Takama presented our coffee and biogas project on Bioeconomy Pathways in Stockholm. The seminar discussed bioeconomy pathways in broad terms across different regions, scales and sectors, emphasising the key role of innovation, the important development linkages and the governance requirements.
INDONESIA PAVILION COP24
Last year our director went to the UNFCCC COP24 climate change conference held in Katowice, Poland. During the visit he did several presentations and one of them is at Indonesia Pavilion. for this year the Indonesia Pavilion has the theme "Climate Change, Society Change: Let's Work-Up and Team-Up", which is then developed into 3 (three) discussion topics, namely: 1) NDC Framework: Past, Present and Future, 2) Climate Actions and SDG's on The Ground, and 3) Accelerating Climate Actions Through Innovations.
The presentation was on the session 2 and mainly talked about the contribution of good agricultural practices to SDGs. Policy, science - technology and business, the integration of those are the key to make a good contribution to SDGs in agricultural practices.
[RUSSIAN] КАК СПАСТИ ИНДОНЕЗИЮ С ПОМОЩЬЮ КОФЕ С БАЛИ?
Японский серфер и эколог, профессор Такеши Такама при участии группы продвинутых подростков из эко-ориентированной школы на Бали придумал способ, как помочь индонезийским фермерам зарабатывать больше, при этом не нанося вреда окружающей среде – и таким образом радикально улучшить экологическую ситуацию на архипелаге. [...]
[Japanese surfer and ecologist, professor Takeshi Takama, with the participation of a group of advanced teenagers from an eco-oriented school in Bali, came up with a way to help Indonesian farmers earn more without harming the environment - and thus radically improve the ecological situation on the archipelago.]
LOW-CARBON AND CLIMATE-RESILIENT INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
Takeshi Takama, CEO and Founder of su-re.co and climate change advisor for the project, said, “Mitigation and adaptation are conceptually complementary strategies to address climate change impacts. Creating synergies between them has multiple benefits, such as cost-effectiveness, that may not be achieved if they are addressed separately.”[...]
INDONESIA: SU-RE.COFFEE: SYNERGIZING CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION THROUGH SUPPORTING FARMERS IN UTILIZING CLEAN BIOENERGY AND CLIMATE SMART AGRICULTURE
Indonesia is an ethnically and culturally diverse country with almost 260 million people spread across more than 17000 islands. Along with the significant economic growth of the country in the past decade, energy consumption is also steadily[...]
CONCLUDING THE BIOENERGY WORKSHOP SERIES IN BALI
The 3rd International Bioenergy and Electrification Workshop on Sustainability and Resilience of Bioenergy for Climate Change is the last of a series of annual bio-energy workshops, that took place from 2016 to 2018. These workshops are aimed to accelerate bioenergy development and promote climate change mitigation and adaptation pathways in Indonesia. [...]