PREMIUMActivists criticize Jakarta for lack of emissions data transparency

first_imgTopics : LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Forgot Password ? Linkedin Log in with your social account Facebook Google The Jakarta administration is falling short of its responsibility to disclose detailed emissions data of factories that contribute to air pollution, environmental advocacy groups have said.The Indonesian Center for Environmental Law (ICEL) is calling for more details in the administration’s periodic report on the private sector’s emissions.Prevailing regulations require all local administrations, including Jakarta, to collect emissions data from businesses that might harm air quality and that the businesses report the results of their pollution control assessments. The 1999 government regulation on air pollution control orders local administrations to perform an assessment on air pollution control at least once a year, while the 2012 government regulation on environmental permits says that businesses have to file their reports once every six months.The 2009 Environmen… emission #airpollution #Jakarta Jakarta-air-pollution air-pollution #emission environmentlast_img

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