Tiza Mafira is an Associate Director at the Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) and the founder of the Plastic Bag Diet Movement in Indonesia. Prior to working at the CPI, she studied at Harvard Law School and worked as a corporate lawyer. Climate Policy Initiative in Indonesia has 10 analysts and over 60 publications / articles, and works alongside several Indonesian government institutions to support the scaling up of innovative financing instruments. Note: We apologise for the minor sound quality issue between the first and fourth minute. Please check out the Climate Finance Podcast website for more information.
Tiza’s journey from Environmental Law to Climate Finance and Policy.
Climate Policy Initiative (in Indonesia) and the Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance.
Economic and financial risks related to Indonesia’s Coal sector.
Optimising Indonesia’s Fiscal / Public Finance capacity with Private Investments.
Developing Guarantee Instruments to catalyse Renewable Energy Investments in Indonesia.
Business Models for Decentralised Renewable Energy Investments in Indonesia.
State of Climate Adaptation Finance in Indonesia and the rest of world.
Personal career advice for lawyers interested in Climate Finance and Policy.
Note: This podcast is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as investment advice. The interview took place on 27th September 2021.