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
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.