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About Us

Greeneration Foundation or Yayasan Greeneration Indonesia is an environmental NGO focusing on sustainable consumption and production in Indonesia. In our effort to restore our earth, we conduct multistakeholder partnership with government agencies, private sector, other NGOs and CSOs, academics, media, as well as individuals such as students and homemakers.
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Vision

To create a harmonious environment through the implementation of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP)

Mission

  • Promote eco-friendly lifestyles and the principles of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP)

  • Advocate a better governance that creates Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP)

  • Build multi-stakeholder partnership that adheres to the principles of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP)

  • Improve organizational capability, accountability, and effectiveness in implementing Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP)

History

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Greeneration Indonesia Spirit

We started our journey as a monument for environmental campaigns and education
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Bagoes Movement

We created Bagoes, reusable bag products to replace plastic bags
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Petualangan Banyu

We developed Petualangan Banyu, environmental modules and creative video for children
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Red Goes Green

We collaborated with Circle K in Red Goes Green to create plastic bag diet procedure
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Greeneration Indonesia

PT. Greeneration Indonesia was established as an official corporation on January 10th 2011
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Headbag Mob

We established waste management service division and held a campaign called Hedbag Mob
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GIDKP

Our plastic bag diet campaign grew into an independent movement Gerakan Indonesia Diet Kantong Plastik (GIDKP)
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Greeneration Foundation

Our formation as a foundation with legal standing was established on August 22nd 2014
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BebasSampahID

We created a participatory web-based waste mapping platform for Indonesia
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Jambore Indonesia Bebas Sampah

We accommodated Indonesian waste management activists to pool solutions
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Indonesia Circular Economy Forum

We accommodated stakeholders in developing a circular economy system in Indonesia
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EcoRanger

We empowered community to develop sustainable tourism in Indonesia
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Sentra Kelola Sampah (SEKOLA)

We finished building our first waste management center (SEKOLA) in Banyuwangi
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Indonesian Children Care for the Environment (ICCFTE)

Organic waste education campaign for elementary school students
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Citarum Repair

We established Citarum Repair to make Citarum River cleaner
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Driving Refill Solution

We collaborate with Siklus to educate household wife in reducing sachet packaging consumption
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#IndonesiaLawan Corona

We assisted the protection for waste pickers and officers against Covid-19 in West Java
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Reporting “The Economic, Social, and Environmental Benefits of a Circular Economy in Indonesia”

Preparation of a report on the benefits of the Circular Economy in Indonesia
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Strengthening the Engagement and Capacity Building of Circular Economy Stakeholders in Indonesia

Circular Economy training program for representatives of the public and private sectors in Indonesia
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Frequently Ask Question (FAQ)

Need more information about us? Check this information below!

Greeneration Foundation (GF) or Yayasan Greeneration Indonesia  is an NGO focusing on sustainable consumption and production issues in Indonesia. GF activities involve engaging with government, environmentally-focused organizations, and communities, while also connecting to the broader community – ranging from individual, children, professionals, to homemakers.

Greeneration Foundation was officially founded in 2014 as a non-governmental organization (NGO). Greeneration Foundation is part of Greeneration Indonesia, an environmental movement in Indonesia that has run since 2006.

Greeneration Foundation has one main office and two representative offices. The main office is located in Bandung, while the representative offices are located in Jakarta and Pulau Merah, Banyuwangi.

To implement our vision and mission, we run various programs and activities. Find out more about our programs and activities on Program

Greeneration Foundation is an organization that originally comes from Indonesia. We are not a branch of an international organization.

Greeneration Foundation receives funding from various sources such as donor agencies, philanthropy, government, companies, and group or individual donations. Our funding sources and financial reports are audited by professional auditors and it is published annually. The annual report of our organization can be accessed on Report

Greeneration Foundation will open opportunities at particular times for anyone who wants to work together with us. Information on career opportunities can be accessed on Career or our social media accounts.

Greeneration Foundation provides various potential collaborations as long as the partners share the same values as us. Find out more about how to collaborate with us on Partnership

Apart from collaborating, you can also contribute to creating a more sustainable environment by:

  • Greeneration Buddies
Greeneration Buddies (GB) is a mentoring program for those who want to be part of Greeneration Foundation and share our values with people to increase their awareness of environmental recovery. Greeneration Buddies also provides solutions to support and make changes through donation (donation.greeneration.org) to the Greeneration Foundation.
  • Volunteer
Greeneration Foundation also provides opportunities at particular times for anyone who wants to volunteer in our organization. Information on volunteering opportunities will be announced on our social media accounts.
  • Donors
You can also become our donor both as an individual donor or as an institutional donor. You can contact us at info@greeneration.org or you can click the “Donate” feature on our website page.

Our Commitment

Greeneration Foundation has become a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact in 2020. We are committed to serving a cause initiated by the United Nations Global Compact. In running its organization, we carry out strategic issues that support 12 Goals of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which is to ensure Sustainable Consumption and Production. By joining the United Nations Global Compact, we hope to better take steps towards the advancement of broader societal goals, such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and emphasizing collaboration and innovation.

United Nations Global Compact is the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative that aims to mobilize a global movement of sustainable companies and stakeholders to create a sustainable world.

The Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact are as follows:

Human Rights

  • Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights

  • Make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.

Labour

  • Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining

  • The elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour

  • The effective abolition of child labour

  • The elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation

Environment

  • Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges

  • Undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility

  • Encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies

Anti-Corruption

  • Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery

The Greeneration Foundation has signed the International Philanthropic Commitment on Climate Change by 2021. We are concerned about the climate emergency and its impact on achieving philanthropic goals. This is our responsibility:

Utilizing resources

Running the organization independently

Spreading awareness to face climate challenges together

We commit to:

  1. We will ensure that our boards, investment committees, staff, volunteers, and stakeholders are informed about the systemic causes, impacts, and solutions of climate change, and the implications for our work.
  2. Recognising the urgency of the situation, we will commit resources to accelerate work that addresses the root causes of climate change or adaptation to its impacts. If our governing document or other factors make it difficult to directly fund such work, we will find other ways to contribute, or consider how such barriers might be overcome.
  1. Within the design and implementation of our programs, we will seek opportunities to contribute to a fair and lasting transition to a net zero world, and to support adaptation to climate change impacts, especially in the most affected communities.
  2. We will consider climate change in relation to the source and management of our operational and any endowed funds. We will seek to align our investment strategy and its implementation with a rapid and just transition to a net zero economy.
  3. We will take ambitious action to minimize the climate impact of our own operations, which may include for example travel, buildings, and procurement.
  1. We will seek opportunities to work with others, to amplify the voices of frontline communities, and to encourage and support more ambitious action on climate change by our key stakeholders, partners and audiences; these may include businesses, local or national governments, multilateral organisations, donors and funders, individuals or civil society movements.
  2. We will collect and publish information annually on the actions we have taken against the six pillars listed above to share our progress and identify areas for improvement. We will continue to develop our practice, to collaborate, and to learn from each other.
  1. We will ensure that our boards, investment committees, staff, volunteers, and stakeholders are informed about the systemic causes, impacts, and solutions of climate change, and the implications for our work.
  2. Recognising the urgency of the situation, we will commit resources to accelerate work that addresses the root causes of climate change or adaptation to its impacts. If our governing document or other factors make it difficult to directly fund such work, we will find other ways to contribute, or consider how such barriers might be overcome.
  3. Within the design and implementation of our programs, we will seek opportunities to contribute to a fair and lasting transition to a net zero world, and to support adaptation to climate change impacts, especially in the most affected communities.
  4. We will consider climate change in relation to the source and management of our operational and any endowed funds. We will seek to align our investment strategy and its implementation with a rapid and just transition to a net zero economy.
  1. We will take ambitious action to minimize the climate impact of our own operations, which may include for example travel, buildings, and procurement.
  2. We will seek opportunities to work with others, to amplify the voices of frontline communities, and to encourage and support more ambitious action on climate change by our key stakeholders, partners and audiences; these may include businesses, local or national governments, multilateral organisations, donors and funders, individuals or civil society movements.
  3. We will collect and publish information annually on the actions we have taken against the six pillars listed above to share our progress and identify areas for improvement. We will continue to develop our practice, to collaborate, and to learn from each other.