Lingkar Temu Kabupaten Lestari

Lingkar Temu Kabupaten Lestari (Sustainable District Association in english) is an association of district governments formed and managed by the district government in order to realize sustainable land-use in subnational level that protects the environment and improves community welfare through partnership and collaborations.

LTKL was established in July 2017 as a caucus for sustainable development under the Association of Indonesian Regency Government (APKASI).

Policy & Regulatory Framework

Planning

Multistakeholders Governance

Collective Action

Progress Report & Communication

Currently, LTKL has 9 active member districts in 6 provinces in Indonesia and works side by side with 21 multi-stakeholder partner networks.

LTKL General Assembly in 2019 decided that sustainable commodities, including sustainable products utilizing natural resources, were a priority for LTKL members to achieve national targets to obtain quality investment, create jobs and prevent disaster risks.

As a forum, LTKL functions as an aid for districts members in developing implementation strategies, connecting with the right partners to increase capacity & acquire incentives for sustainable development efforts, and sharing the opportunities and challenges for sustainable development to the public.
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