This report highlights the second dialogue, “The Post-2021 UN Food Systems Summit: Indonesia Perspective,” conducted virtually on September 29th, 2021, by the Jurisdiction Collective Action Forum (JACF) collaborators. Pursuing the climate change agenda, we need transformative actions in regulating food sectors through a land-based and jurisdictional approach. The launch of the Decade of Progress Study in curbing deforestation in Indonesia and Malaysia demonstrates areas of success that resulted from Government leadership, business commitment, and civil societies, and the community’s integral role in reducing deforestation.

The Jurisdictional Approach (JA) is one way to pursue transformative food productions toward Low Carbon Development and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). TERPERCAYA, which is currently being piloted, was formed through a multi-stakeholder approach to develop and harmonize national and regional priorities collectively across stakeholders and sectors both at the regional and national levels. Furthermore, it will be developed and integrated into the regional plan rewards upon achievements in reconciling both economic growth and environmental protection.

The growing consumer market for sustainable commodities indicates continuous signals that drive transformative actions and commitments across supply chains through community empowerments, entrepreneurship, best-practice sharing and positive narrative building, implementing traceability systems to supply chains; and exploring JA. To advance into scalable impacts requires synergies across sectors to meet challenging priorities, and JA provides the solution to balance economic growth, improved communities welfare, and environmental protection in the cocoa sectors.