Environmental Economics

 

The group is working on research in environmental and agriculture sector policies. The group also engages in environmental valuation assessment and green economy. The environmental economic research group (EERG) has been officially part of LPEM FEB UI since 2017. The EERG has been engages in various topics, including renewable energy transition, palm oil and biodiesel policy, valuation of environmental services, green growth, waste management, sustainable finance, public climate finance, sustainable fisheries, disaster & climate-resilient economy, and sustainable recovery agenda from COVID-19. The EERG has been persistently providing evidence-based recommendation, particularly for policy makers, to support sustainable policy trajectory in Indonesia.


Head of Environmental Economics Studies

Dr. Alin Halimatussadiah
Environmental Economics, Green Economy

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Dr. Alin Halimatussadiah is an active lecturer at the Faculty of Economics and Business – Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI) since 2004. She received her doctoral degree from Universitas Indonesia in 2013 with a focus area on natural resources and environmental economics. Since 2017, she has been trusted as the head of Environmental Economic Research Group at the Institute of Economic and Social Research (LPEM), Faculty of Economics and Business – Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI). She has experienced in many research topics particularly on renewable energy economics and policy, sustainable waste management, sustainable fisheries management, disaster risk reduction, climate finance and green growth. She held certifications on renewable energy financing, impact investing, sustainable finance, and sustainability reporting.

Email: alin.halimah@lpem-feui.org

 


Past Research Projects

  • Piloting EFTs with Provincial Government of South Sulawesi and North Kalimantan (USAID BIJAK, 2020)
  • Training on Economic Feasibility to EBTKE (GIZ, 2020)
  • Sustainable Recovery From Covid-19 : A Follow Up Study (CLUA, 2020)
  • Smoothing Sustainable Economic Transition (ECF, 2020)
  • Studies for Increasing Profit of Palm Oil Business (LG International, 2020)
  • Thingking Ahead: Indonesia’s Sustainable Recovery After COVID-19 (Packard, 2020)
  • Training Capacity Support in LCOE Estimation to Directorate of Renewable Energy, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (Monash University, 2020)
  • Alternative Schemes of Financing for On-Grid and Off-Grid Solar Power Projects (Green Landing Modif 6) (TETRATECH/USAID, 2020)
  • Analysis on The Macroeconomics Effect of the Domestic use of Biofuel (Greenpeace Indonesia, 2019)
  • Study on the True Cost of Energy and Acceptable Renewable Energy Tarif (ECF, 2019)
  • Waste Limitation, Recycling and Reuse Policy in Cilegon City (Bappeda Kota Cilegon, 2019)
  • Environmental and Health Cost of Coal for Power Plant by employing lifecycle Analysis (LCA) and Environmental Volution (ECF, 2018)
  • The Future of New and Renewable Energy Development in Indonesia (Greenpeace Indonesia, 2018)
  • Green Lending Portfolio Baseline Survey and Green Lending Monitoring Evaluation Reporting Framework Development (TETRATECH/USAID, 2016-2018)
  • Developing Biodiversity Finance Plan (BFP) for Biodiversity Finance Intiative (BIOFIN) (UNDP, 2017)
  • The Socio Economic Impacts of Floods on Jakarta (Australian National University, 2017)
  • Training Program Delivery on Sustainable Finance for Indonesia Banks (World Bank/IFC, 2016-2017)
  • Mapping PWDs in Indonesia Labour Market (ILO, 2016)

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