United Nations/Indonesia International Conference on Integrated Space Technology Applications to Climate Change

Jakarta, Indonesia, 2-4 September 2013

Jakarta Conference

On 4 September 2013, UNOOSA and LAPAN, the Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, successfully concluded a three-day conference focusing on integrated Space technology applications to climate change. The Conference brought together around 150 Indonesian and international experts from the space, the environment, academia and the climate change community as well as decision makers from Member States and from national, regional, and international organizations.

The goals of the conference included to discuss ways in which Member States affected by climate change can make better use of space applications to assess the manifestations of and the vulnerability to climate change as well to improve synergies among stakeholders targeting efforts on mitigation and adaptation to climate change. The conference included plenary presentations and discussions as well as nine working groups that focused on the following topics:

  • Mitigation/REDD
  • Climate Change and Disasters
  • Adaptation in Coastal Areas
  • Climate Change and the Environment
  • The Role of Research in Climate Change issues
  • Data Policy
  • Mitigation and Adaptation in Mountains
  • Adaptation in Agriculture
  • Weather and Climate

Conference report


Background Documents


Welcome Remarks and Keynote Speeches
Welcome Remarks - Bambang Tejasukmana, Chairman, LAPAN, Indonesia Download
Welcome Remarks - Douglas Broderick, Resident Coordinator, United Nations in Indonesia Download
Summary of the Conference - Juan Carlos Villagran, UNOOSA Download
National Resilience in the Middle of Climate Change - Endah Murniningtyas, Deputy Chairman, BAPPENAS, Indonesia Download
Keynote Speech - Balthasar Kambuaya, Minister of Environment, Indonesia Download
Opening Address - Gusti Muhammad Hatta, Ministry of Research and Technology of Indonesia Download
Plenary presentations
Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Policy in Indonesia - Doddy S Sukadri, DNPI, Indonesia Download
The Adaptation Strategies and Application of Space-based Data in mitigating Climate Change Impact in Bangladesh - Monowar Hossain Akhand, Ministry of Home Affairs, Bangladesh Download
From Vulnerability to Adaptation: Contribution of Space Technologies - Abdelhak Trache, Centre des Techniques Spatiales, Algeria Download
REDD at national & project scales dedicated geo-spatial solutions to meet user needs - Thomas Pfister, Astrium Download
Assessment of some Vulnerability Parameters to the Urban Heat Island using Space-based Data - Hala Effat, NARSS, Egypt Download
Use of Space-based Technology Information in the regional Niger Basin in the West and Central Africa for Mutual Use of the Shared Water Resources for Sustainable Development and Mitigation of Climate Change Challenges - J. A. Shamonda, Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency, Nigeria Download
Utilizing Information from Space-borne Sensors for Climate Risk Management - Gabrielle Iglesias, Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, Thailand Download
Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction: Space Technology Relevance - Shirish Ravan, UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER Download
Working Group 1: "Mitigation and REDD"
Utilization of Satellite Remote Sensing Data for National Forest Cover Change Monitoring to support REDD+ MRV System in Indonesia - Orbita Roswintiarti, LAPAN, Indonesia Download
The Application of Remote Sensing to Climate Change in Lebanon - Mohamad Awad, National Center for Remote Sensing, Lebanon Download
Examples of the Use of RapidEye Imagery to Climate Change: REDD Programme - James Durana, RapidEye, Asia Pacific Region Download
Working Group 2: "Climate Change and Disasters"
Space-based Application for Coastal Vulnerability Assessment in Indonesia - M. Rokhis Khomarudin, LAPAN, Indonesia Download
Applications of Space-Based Information in the Philippines - Edna L. Juanillo, PAGASA-DOST, Philippines Download
Space Technology Applications to Monitor Effects of Climate Change in Pakistan - Rahmatullah Jilani, SUPARCO, Pakistan Download
Working Group 3: "Climate Change and Environment"
Climate Change in Sudan - Samia Elhassan, University of Gezira, Sudan Download
Adaptation to Climate Change in Guatemala: Efforts by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources - José David Díaz González, MARN, Guatemala Download
Space Technology Applications to Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Africa - Fredrick Ogoro Mokua, RCMRD, Kenya Download
Working Group 4: "The Role of Research"
Remote Sensing Data Processing for Ecology and Climate Monitoring at the Territory of the Republic of Belarus - Sergey Ablameyko, Belarusian State University, Belarus Download
Don't Waste Space - Sean Tuttle, University of New South Wales, Australia Download
Asia Knowledge and Innovation Lab - Charles Reese Brigham/Ramda Yanurzha, The World Bank Download
Blue Carbon & Climate Change in Indonesia - Arief Budi Purwanto, CCMRS IPB, Indonesia Download
Working Group 5: "Adaptation in Coastal Areas"
The Use of Space-Bsed Information in helping Mauritius to mitigate and address its needs related to Adaptation to Climate Change - Vivekarran Indarjeet Rughooputh, Ministry of Health & Quality of Life, Mauritius Download
Utlizing Space-based Technology to enhance Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in Jamaica - Mark Codling, Ministry of Water Land Environment & Climate Change, Jamaica Download
Space-based Information Applications related to Climate Change Monitoring in Morocco - Abderrahman Atillah, Morocco Download
Research Activities on Ocean-Climate Variability Impact to Marine & Fisheries Sector - Widowo S Pranowo, Ministry of Marine and Fisheries, Indonesia Download
Working Group 6: "Data Policy"
Satellite Remote Sensing Data Policy in Indonesia - Orbita Roswintiarti, LAPAN, Indonesia Download
The Interface between Internatinal and National Mission Products for Climate Change Applications - Owen Hawkins, Surrey Satellite Technology Download
Indonesia Space Act (ISA) - Erna Sri Adiningsih, LAPAN, Indonesia Download
Working Group 7: "Mitigation and Adaptation in Mountains"
Climate Change Impacts on Pollination and Insect Pest Management in the East African Mountain Ecosystems - Tino Johansson, International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology, Kenya Download
Climate Change Adaptation and possible Areas of Collaborations in Use of Space Technology in Bhutan - Gaki Tshering, Royal Civil Service Commission, Bhutan Download
Challenges in Climate Assessments for Climate Change Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation: The potential Use of Gridded Datasets - Perdinan, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia Download
Working Group 8: "Adaptation in Agriculture"
Use of Space-based Technologies to Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: Prospects for Ethiopia - Demeke Nigussie Alemu, EIAR, Ethiopia Download
Ghana Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) Project for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation - Francis Danquah Ohemeng, Irrigation Development Authority, Ghana Download
Space Technologies in Sudan - Donia Hassan Khalafalla, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Sudan Download
Working Group 9: "Weather and Climate"
The Impact, Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change in Sri Lanka - M.M.P. Mendis, Department of Meteorology, Sri Lanka Download
Remote Sensing Application to Detect and Identify the Climate Change over Indonesia - Eddy Hermawan, LAPAN, Indonesia Download
Climate Change-related Meteorological Events in the Southern Philippines - Daniel McNamara, Manila Observatory, Ateneo de Davao University Download
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