Indonesia Net-Zero Pathway Raises Eyebrows

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Indonesia opened the door to setting a net-zero emissions target by recently presenting a long-term strategy to become carbon neutral by 2060. While this net-zero pathway is not a firm commitment to achieving carbon neutrality yet, it is a step in that direction for one of the largest polluting countries in the world. But analysts are questioning the viability of the plan -- which relies heavily on biofuels, carbon capture and storage (CCS), and natural carbon sinks.

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