Aryanie supports Indonesia, Mongolia, Cambodia, Lao PDR, and other Asian countries in capacity building and implementation of measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) of greenhouse gas emissions reduction through the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM). She contributes to the development of MRV methodologies for renewable energy projects, registry system for greenhouse gas emissions reductions, as well as business matchmaking to develop projects. Her research interests include GHG MRV and inventory, renewable energy, the role of non-Party stakeholders in GHG emissions reductions, SDG 6: water and sanitation and SDG 7: affordable and clean energy.
Prior to joining IGES, Aryanie worked on environmental projects at L'Oreal Indonesia, UNICEF Malawi, the National Council on Climate Change Indonesia and the Indonesia JCM Secretariat under JICA projects. In Malawi, she conducted a research on the impact of seasonal change on diarrhea and dysentery patterns and the role of Community-Led Total Sanitation in diarrhea and dysentery prevention. In Indonesia, she supported the establishment and early implementation of the JCM.
Outside IGES, she is involved in the Polyglot Indonesia Association and DukungGuruku.org, a non-profit initiative for education in rural Indonesia. She enjoys traveling, writing, theater, and scuba diving.
Research Topics & Areas of Expertise
JCM, market mechanisms, MRV, GHG accounting, transparency framework, renewable energy, non-Party stakeholders, sustainable development goals, environmental health.
- Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia (Environmental Engineering)
- Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Pavia, Italy (International Cooperation and Development)