1. RECP Capacity and Network:
Professional and institutional capacity for adapting and adopting RECP methods, practices and technologies strengthened and developed and widely utilized. Building upon the results and experiences of the previous CP initiatives, including the ICPC, the RECP service delivery capacity will be further enhanced, through further development and institutionalisation of the CRECPI, ICPC, CGIE, CTB and NRECPI, including implementation of good management, organization and governance practices, wide-spread awareness raising on RECP opportunities and benefits, and continued and further training of an expanding cadre of national experts (including staff of CRECPI, ICPC, CGIE and CTB).
2. RECP Implementation and Replication:
RECP opportunities identified, evaluated and implemented in target enterprise groups through delivery of support services customized to the four main enterprise target groups, namely: small scale industries, industrial zones, tourism regions and micro-enterprises. These customized programmes include consecutively demonstration, adaptation and replication steps. The delivery of these programmes will be staggered over time. The support will include the setting-up of resource use and environmental data collection routines as an integral part of RECP service delivery, in order to assess environment, resource use, economic and potential other social benefits accomplished by enterprises using a common framework of enterprise level indicators for resource productivity and pollution intensity.
3. RECP Policy and Regulatory Framework:
Policy frameworks strengthened that foster the utilization of RECP methods, practices, technologies and (policy) instrumentsfor the realization of the aims and objectives of the government’s key RECP relevant sector policies (in particular environment, industry, energy and tourism). To this end the Programme will contribute to creating at the suitable administrative levels mechanisms for mainstreaming RECP concepts, methods and policy instruments in relevant industry, environment, tourism and energy/resource efficiency policies and strategies, leading to an increased role of RECP in Indonesia.
4. RECP Technology and Innovation:
Increased availability and affordability of suitable RECP technologies for the target enterprise groups, in particular those contributing to and/or inspired by Industrial Symbiosis, Green Chemistry and Engineering and Cradle to Cradle. Upon identification, piloting and evaluation of key RECP technologies, proposals will have been developed and promoted for their adaptation and widespread replication among target enterprises.
5. RECP Investment and Finance:
Appropriate financial instruments for RECP investments in target enterprise groups will have been proposed and promoted for implementation by financial intermediaries. Upon assessment of gaps in enterprise finance, financial instruments adapted to RECP-type of investments will be developed and promoted to financial institutions. Moreover support will be provided for the pilot, evaluation and scaling-up of such financial instruments, including through training and capacity building of financial institutions (to operate the financial instruments) and business sector (to be able to benefit from the financial instruments).