Welcome to your journey towards climate positive tourism in Indonesia and thanks for being here!
Indonesia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world which is probably the reason you are exploring it now.
However, being the biggest archipelago in the world and home to an unbelievable biodiversity ranging from land to sea, Indonesia is also very vulnerable to global warming with more than 80% of natural disasters related to climate change. This is a huge challenge that we can only tackle together. Therefore, the tourism sector, including the ministry of tourism and creative economy, is taking action to protect and regenerate Indonesia while decarbonizing the tourism sector with the target to reach Net Zero before 2050.
As a visitor of this beautiful country, you can help us to reach our goal, protect the natural wonders of Indonesia, leave a positive impact while creating unforgettable memories.
Continuing forward, we have prepared a simple carbon calculator that calculates your carbon footprint for your flights and the time you spend traveling in Indonesia.
Your offset contribution will be reinvested in projects that regenerate nature, offer renewable energy solutions or support activities to decarbonize the tourism sector.
Please click continue to take action or watch the video below to see how it works and how we work to protect Wonderful Indonesia!
Carbon dioxide and other pollutants are included in the green house gas emissions we produce in our daily activities - this is what we call carbon footprint. Extreme climate conditions and carbon footprints can cause a massive decrease in air quality and this will negatively impacts our lives.
An effort to absorb the carbon footprint produced is called carbon offset, in order to reduce its adverse effects on climate. Ways to absorb the carbon footprint is by planting new trees or adopting them, offsetting carbon or buy carbon credits.
You can access our tree and carbon offset marketplace and explore programs you can take part in! Ranging from tree adoption to purchasing carbon units, we bet you’ll have afun exploring to save the earth! Moreover, you can as well calculate your carbon footprint on our platform!
You can access our tree and carbon offset marketplace and explore programs you can take part in! Ranging from tree adoption to purchasing carbon units, we bet you’ll have a fun exploring to save the earth! Moreover, you can as well calculate your carbon footprint on our platform!
Trees will be planted by our conservation partners that we have successfully engage with. Plantation will be carried out in a mutually agreed conservation area.
Yes, indeed! You can access the carbon calculator provided on the platform. Here, you can even calculate your daily ride emission and offset it through the Jejak.in app!
Drones, ai technology, sensors and other technologies will be used to help monitor the trees, which are then processed with our machine learning to provide you with the data report.
We have more than 15,000 species registered in our list.
The Trees will be maintained and monitored by Jejakin's conservation partner, in the agreed conservation area. The tree monitoring will be conducted periodically, by using a monitoring system from Jejakin. The system will report the trees growth and health, and can be accessed at any time via the link mentioned in the email you will receive once your trees have been planted.
Indeed! adult full grown trees can still be monitored by us. Monitoring & evaluation dashboard provided by Jejakin can be accessed any time and here, you can see the tree’s health status up to their height and trunk diameter! Photos of the trees will also be provided in the report.
Carbon supplies that have absorbed by forests are accumulated into three main components;
These can be a source of carbon stock for the earth.
The method for calculating carbon emissions has been adjusted to the calculation formula according to scientific recommendations of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia and various references from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The parameters required in this method include: