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Indonesia is using its stint as G20 president to push for more international funding for the green energy transition in developing nations — but analysts say Jakarta needs to back up its calls with more ambitious plans to cut emissions at home.

The world's top exporter of thermal coal and its eighth-biggest carbon emitter, Indonesia has made a sustainable energy transition one of three focuses for its maiden, yearlong presidency of the G20 group of the world's 20 largest economies.

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