National Target 4: Establishment of increased availability and implementation of policies supporting sustainable consumption and production (SCP) in the utilization of biodiversity resources
The National Target 4 was prepared to comply with the Aichi Target (AT) 4 framework as a reference for formulating a number of action plans and activity programs that have been adapted to national conditions and needs to develop sustainable patterns of production and consumption.
Sustainable development has been implemented in Indonesia starting from preparation of long-term development missions, mainstreaming the medium-term development, to the implementation through various government programs and activities. The National Target 4 was established in light of the needs for a more systematic approach to the sustainable development. These needs, among others, are (1) sustainable development which is explained in tangible terms - stages and milestones, (2) linkages between each stage and criteria/characteristic/measure to reliably assess progress in each step, which is (3) in line with population growth and fulfilment of welfare through sustainable production-consumption and economic growth, (4) the management of waste from human activities that exceeding nature’s capabilities of absorption and maintenance, (5) declining non-renewable resources while considering the growing population and consumption, and (6) the availability of quantity and quality of the nature and renewable resources to meet the growing needs and consumptions