The world is on track to experience an average increase in air temperature of four to six degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels, according to recent analysis by the International Energy Agency. Such warming would pose severe threats to human society: displacement by rising seas of millions of people who live along vulnerable coastlines; increasing frequency and intensity of storms; diminished agricultural harvests; declines in biodiversity; desertification; and more severe droughts and floods, among its effects.

The climate movement has rapidly evolved in the first decades of the 21st century, starting as one of the many causes of the environmental movement.

Activism related to climate change began in the 1990s, when major environmental organizations became involved in the discussions about climate, mainly in the UNFCCC framework. In the 2000s several climate-specific organizations were founded.

On the climate issue, the problem is that urgency is not felt by many people, But one thing that movements do is come up with ways to make the important urgent. Indonesia is classified as a low-performing country in this year’s ranking (2018) for Climate Change Performance Index. Although the rating of its GHG emissions reduction target for 2030 is relatively high, Indonesia’s past trends and current status of GHG emissions per capita are rated comparably very low and low.

That why Enter Nusantara take part to streghten Climate Change Movement in Indonesia.