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TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - INDONESIA is very lucky. While other developing countries are still busy lobbying to get financing for the climate crisis, Indonesia and South Africa have already secured billions of dollars in commitments from many developed countries and multilateral institutions. The funds are for energy transition, restoring damaged forests, or treating waste. At the G20 Bali Summit and the COP27 Egypt Climate Conference, green financing becomes an exciting discussion for the delegates. But be wary of the debt trap.

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