Governing sustainable transport in Indonesia
Indonesia has pledged to reduce 26% (and 41% with international support) of its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2020 against a business-as-usual (BAU) baseline. Over the past three years, it has sought to define how this pledged national appropriate mitigation action (NAMA) could be translated into implementable actions in key sectors at the subnational level. One area where there will be important lessons is the transport sector. This paper draws on the literature on sustainable low carbon transport and multi-level governance to develop a framework for assessing provincial plans in Indonesia's Sustainable Urban Transport Initiative (SUTI).