Dedy Mahardika, Southeast Asia and Oceania senior engagement manager of carbon disclosure non-profit CDP, has moved to the World Bank’s private finance arm, International Finance Corporation.
Mahardika takes on a specialist decarbonisation consultant role, advising the manufacturing, agribusiness and services sectors in South Asia and the Pacific on resource efficiency, renewable energy and circular economy solutions and investment. He will be based in Jakarta.
The Indonesian moves on from CDP after almost a year and a half. He was also part of the impact team for the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), which helps companies align their net-zero targets with climate science. CDP is currently looking to hire a regional manager for its Asia Pacific transition accelerator team, based in Jakarta.
Prior to joining CDP, Mahardika worked for conservation finance firm Lestari Capital, where he was programme officer for Rimba Collective, a US$1 billion forest conservation financing scheme.
He has also worked for non-profit World Resources Institute Indonesia, where his main task was to improve climate data transparency.
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Tan previously spent nearly a decade in the Singapore broadsheet covering issues such as transboundary haze and animal trafficking, before moving to the National University of Singapore to lead science communications.