Integrating mitigation and adaptation in climate and land use policies in Indonesia: a policy document analysis

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Most of the climate policy integration literature focuses on mainstreaming mitigation OR adaptation into sectoral policies. Such approaches, however, tend to ignore possible interactions between climate change adaptation and mitigation, which are particularly important in the land use sector. This paper investigates climate policy integration and coherence in the forest and agricultural sectors in Indonesia. It assesses the extent to which climate change policies display internal ‘climate change policy coherence' between climate change mitigation and adaptation objectives, and ‘external policy coherence' between climate change and non-climate change objectives of land use policies.

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