Coal, nickel, palm oil, rainforests.
The new government’s approach on the management of its natural resources could have a significant effect on the world’s ability to keep global warming to relatively safe levels.
Environmentalists are also watching what the vote might mean for their ability to operate freely in a country with a history of repression.
Indonesia is the world’s largest exporter of coal, the dirtiest fossil fuel and something that the world must quickly stop burning in order to avoid the worst consequences of global warming.
But Indonesia also has huge reserves of nickel, which is critical to battery-making and the transition to cleaner energy.