World Water Forum 2024

Your Sustainable Journey Starts Here


In recent years, the world has seen the rising global temperature that poses a significant threat to our planet and its inhabitants. The tourism industry, as highlighted by a study by the UN Tourism and International Transport Forum (ITF) in 2019, shows that the sector’s CO2 emissions is going from 982 million tonnes in 2005 up to 1,998 million tonnes in 2030. This underscores the need for immediate action towards sustainable practices.

Aligned with Indonesia's commitment to net-zero carbon by 2060, the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy Republic of Indonesia is compelled to streamline comprehensive policies towards Quality Tourism. Tourism today recognizes the responsibility of every single tourism stakeholder to offset their carbon footprints. We believe that our beloved sector has always had the power to influence global behavior and promote positivity for a better world.  In collaboration with Jejakin, we proudly present the Carbon Footprint Calculator, a tool empowering delegates of World Water Forum 2024 to calculate and offset their environmental impact, fostering a more sustainable future for Indonesian tourism.

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Frequently Asked Question

What is Carbon Footprint?

Our activities–from daily life to professional, such as using electricity to organizing an event–contribute to greenhouse gas emissions, primarily carbon dioxide, along with other pollutants. This is what is called carbon footprint or carbon emissions. Excessive carbon footprint poses a significant threat to our planet, leading to environmental changes, such as extreme weather patterns and declining air quality.

What is Carbon Offset?

One of the strategies to mitigate the impact of carbon footprint is carbon offsetting. This strategy involves supporting projects that remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, such as tree planting projects, which will help to create larger green spaces and improve air quality. By participating in verified carbon offset projects like tree planting, we all can contribute to a sustainable, greener future.’s Carbon Calculator

The global crisis of COVID-19 has emphasized the importance of adopting sustainable practices and fostering resilient ecosystems. Aligning with this commitment, the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia, through the official promotional platform, collaborates with Jejakin to present a carbon calculator as one of the innovations in implementing green meeting initiatives at the World Water Forum. This tool empowers individuals to calculate and offset their carbon footprint, contributing to a greener future for the world.

The Formulation of Our Calculator

The method for calculating carbon emissions has been adjusted to the calculation formula according to scientific recommendations of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia and various references from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The factors calculated in this method include:

  • Travel: (Travel mileage & Fuel consumption)
  • Accommodation: (Energy consumption & Electricity consumption)

For a more comprehensive assessment, additional details are collected through a questionnaire. This includes factors such as:

  • Food & Beverages
  • Documents & Materials
  • Waste Management  

Meanwhile, carbon footprints are converted to the value of mangrove trees by using the growth assumption for trees in a year. Both actual and forecasting data will be shown in the carbon absorption report.

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