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Forest Trees

Who We Are

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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.

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FPCI is a non-partisan and independent 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 student. FPCI is also dedicated to studying the most-pressing foreign policy issues in relation to ASEAN, geopolitics, middle powers, geo-economics, and diaspora.


FPCI was formed with the aim of developing Indonesian internationalism, making it more entrenched throughout the archipelago, and projecting itself to the rest of the world. FPCI is determined to form a large international relations community with mature and sensitive insights on bilateral, regional, and global issues. FPCI aims to be a facilitator that can bring the “world” to the region and simultaneously bring grassroots and regional thoughts to the national and world stage.


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Dr. Dino Patti Djalal

Chairman and Founder of FPCI

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Esther N. S. Tamara

Director of FPCI Climate Uni

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Raynaldi Herdiansyah

Community Communications Manager

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Kiara Putri Mulia

Project and Research Associate

Wahyu Rahmadansyah

Lead Graphic Design & Multimedia

Nadira Anamika Utari

Social Media and Digital Content Officer

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