Head of Greenpeace Indonesia Longgana Ginting (from left), Renewable Energy Director For Greepeace International Sven Teske, Regional Climate and Energy Capaigner Greenpeace SEA Amalie H.Obuson, Climate and Energy Campaigner Greenpeace Indonesia Hindun Mu

Foto | 24 September, 2013

Head of Greenpeace Indonesia Longgena Ginting (from left), lead author of the ASEAN Energy [R]evolution Report Sven Teske, Regional Climate and Energy Capaigner Greenpeace SEA Amalie H.Obusan, Climate and Energy Campaigner Greenpeace Indonesia Hindun Mulaika show the report during Energy [R]evolution report launch in Nusa Dua, Bali, Teusday, September 24th, 2013. Greenpeace Southeast Asia today launched a comprehensive report that illustrates how renewable energy could benefit the economies and save the climate environments of the 10-member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Presented during the 31st ASEAN Ministers of Energy meeting, the Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable ASEAN Energy Outlook highlights the socio-economic impacts of renewable energy and proposes the pathway to ensure ASEANís energy security and economic stability in the long run.

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