Who We Are
FPCI Climate Unit is a unit of Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) that focuses on advocating greater climate security and aims to champion climate activism. Through its programs and initiatives, FPCI Climate Unit aims to serve as a climate hub that connects relevant stakeholders and communities in interactive discussions to promote public awareness on climate issues, as well as to support stronger and more rigorous efforts from governments to tackle climate change.
Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) is an independent, non-political, non-partisan, and non-governmental foreign policy organization established to discuss and introduce international relations issues to many relevant actors in Indonesia, such as diplomats, ambassadors, government officials, academia, researchers, businesses, media, lecturers, think tanks, and students. Since its establishment in 2015, FPCI has played an active role in socializing Indonesian foreign policy and regional and international issues at the grassroots level, particularly among young people and students. FPCI has become the largest foreign policy community in Indonesia, Southeast Asia, and the Indo-Pacific, with over 100,000 people in its network.
Dr. Dino Patti Djalal
Chairman and Founder of FPCI
Esther N. S. Tamara
Director of FPCI Climate Unit
Community Communications Manager
Kiara Putri Mulia
Project and Research Associate
Lead Graphic Design & Multimedia
Nadira Anamika Utari
Social Media and Digital Content Officer
Khanid Rachmadia Nova Putri
Partnership and Administration Officer