Sustainability and Resilience Co.

PT Sustainability and Resilience (su-re.co) is an environmental consulting company based in Bali, Indonesia. We specialize in research, consultation, capacity development of the environment, sustainability, climate change, green economy, and energy.​

The founder and director of the company is Prof. Dr. Takeshi Takama, who is an experienced international expert in the areas of environment and sustainability. He has worked for several international organizations such as the Asian Development Bank (ADB), European Commission (EC), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ), and United Nations (UN) agencies including Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). Prof. Takama is also an associate of the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and a professor at University of Udayana, Bali Indonesia.

Su-re.co works in exciting environmental international development projects. Our work is backed by extensive knowledge development and transdisciplinary science. Our projects include the JICA project, a study on cacao plantation and climate change in Sulawesi and Bali, Indonesia. In order to attain advanced results, Su-re.co also works hand in hand with several reputable research institutes and local consultants in our project's destination countries.

Services

Research: We use four main approaches, quantitative, qualitiative, pragmatic (mixed methods), and Advocacy/participatory (emancipatory)

Consulting: We help public and private sectors to work hand in hand solving challenges on climate change.

Training: Climate Change Downscaling Approaches and Applications (CCDAA), The training module consists of the following course categories: science of climate change and downscaling, dynamical and statistical downscaling methods, and impacts on agriculture production.

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