The project aims to assist Indonesia to account for land-use based greenhouse gas emissions and to be ready to use international economic 'REDD' incentives for emission reduction in its decision making at the local and national levels. Specific objectives: 1. Developing national carbon accounting systems that comply with Tier 3 of the IPCC guidelines for AFOLU (Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Uses), complementing and maximizing existing efforts; 2. Strengthening national and sub-national capacity in carbon accounting and monitoring; and 3. Designing operational REDD mechanisms in five settings for REDD
Anne Ray Charitable Trust [ARCT] is one of three philanthropies founded by the late Margaret A. Cargill. The organizations share a common mission of providing meaningful assistance and support to society, the arts and the environment. ARCT was created in 1996 with a short list of beneficiaries specifically designated by Ms. Cargill; we may make grants only to these designated organizations. Through its beneficiaries, ARCT endeavors to fulfill its mission on a national and global scale.
Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies 6889 Rowland Road Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Vision: "Realization of Geospatial Information Reliable, Integrated, Easy to be Used in the Year 2025" Mission: 1. Build and strengthen institutional coordination of geospatial information related to the implementation of effective, efficient, and systematic. 2. Build geospatial data and information quality and sustainable with multi-resolution and multi-scale in a single reference, as well as easily used quickly and can be justified. 3. Improving institutional capacity, human resources, quality of research and development in the implementation of geospatial information and encourage their use
The Division of Forest Planning is the spatial planning directorate within the Ministry of Forestry. It is responsible for the Forest Resource Inventory System (FRIS), which is integrated into the related National Carbon Accounting System (NCAS), which monitors all terrestrial carbon. Together these form the basis of the national Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) system for REDD+ in Indonesia.
Mission: - Accelerating the release of Bornean orangutans from ex-situ to in-situ locations - Encouraging the protection of Bornean orangutans and their habitat - Increasing the empowerment of communities surrounding orangutan habitat - Supporting research and education activities for the conservation of Bornean orangutans and their habitat - Promoting the participation of and partnership with all stakeholders - Strengthening institutional capacity
Jalan Papandayan No. 10 Bogor 16151
BTRF's core mission is the long-term protection and management of Borneo’s critically threatened rainforests. It is committed to working closely at every level with the Governments and regional authorities of Borneo to identify, promote and facilitate new and innovative strategies for protecting rainforest reserves. Furthermore it is dedicated to instigating constructive links and partnerships with key institutions and interests so that initiatives may serve as living models of international 'best practice' in the field of protected area management, as well as examples of regional and international cooperation at the highest level.
International Environment House 2 Chemin de Balexert 9 Chatelaine Geneva CH-1219 Switzerland
The Climate and Land Use Alliance seeks to realize the potential of forested and agricultural landscapes to mitigate climate change, benefit people, and protect the environment. The Indonesia Initiative focuses on: - Integrating the concept of a more balanced rural economy as the basis for implementing emission reductions into the development of the REDD+ agency and reporting and verification system, and other related government agencies - Extending and strengthening community rights over land and forest resources in order to contribute to a low-emissions rural economy - Ensuring that leading private sector actors adopt good practice based on mutually enforceable contracts with communities
Climate and Land Use Alliance 235 Montgomery Street, 13th Floor San Francisco, California 94104
The services delivered by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH draw on a wealth of regional and technical expertise and tried and tested management know-how. As a federal enterprise, we support the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. We are also engaged in international education work around the globe.
Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 40 53113 Bonn Dag-Hammarskjöld-Weg 1-5 65760 Eschborn Phone: +49 6196 79-0
JL. Kusuma Bangsa No. 2 Gedung Bappeda Provinsi Kaltim. Samarinda - Kalimantan Timur
FORDA is an Indonesian government institution under the Ministry of Forestry (MoF), which has a mandate to conduct research and development in forestry. Therefore, FORDA has to support and back up the MoF for the successful implementation of its policies by providing reliable, relevant and accurate information based on scientific findings. In order to improve its institutional capacity and to address poverty reduction, FORDA has taken many actions such as the establishment of new research stations, improvement of research design, assessment of institutional performance, and formulation of strategies for maintaining its existence.
The programme's overall objective is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the forest sector while improving the livelihoods of Indonesia's poor rural communities. To achieve this goal, the programme team will assist the Indonesian government to design and implement legal, policy and institutional reforms for the conservation and sustainable management of forests, at local, provincial and national level. Support to REDD+ demonstration activities is a key feature of the programme, providing decision-makers with experience of how REDD+ can be implemented "on the ground". FORCLIME's Assistance Advice on strategy development for REDD+ and forest development at national, provincial and district levels Technical advice on a framework for the implementation of REDD+ demonstration activities at various levels, including participatory land use planning and forest zoning Innovative design of mechanisms and regulations for district-based REDD+ initiatives Facilitation of monitoring, reporting and verification Support to forestry administration reform processes such as the establishment of forest management units and related monitoring and inspectorate systems Support to nature conservation and benefit sharing within the Heart of Borneo (HoB) Initiative Development of payment for environmental services schemes to support sustainable livelihoods in rural areas Capacity building for sustainable forest management and nature conservation
Technical Cooperation: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH Manggala Wanabakti Building, Block VII, 6th Floor Jln. Jenderal Gatot Subroto Jakarta, Indonesia, 10270
The Governors’ Climate & Forests Fund (GCF Fund) is a non-profit, nimble and transparent climate finance facility which was established by the GCF Taskforce (GCF) (www.gcftaskforce.org), a unique sub-national collaboration between 22 jurisdictions from Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Spain, and the United States. The GCF Fund works with member states to support initiatives that reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation and demonstrate realistic pathways to achieving low emission rural development. Over 20% of the world’s tropical forests are in GCF states and provinces, including more than 75% of Brazil’s and more than half of Indonesia’s. The GCF Fund began operations in 2013 through a generous grant from the United States Department of State.
4730 Table Mesa Drive, Suite H-300 Boulder, CO 80305
GFA Consulting Group has a sound track record of providing effective solutions to the challenges in the global consulting market. Based in Hamburg, the company relies on an international network of experts, partners and subsidiaries that helped implementing complex studies and projects in over 130 countries since 1982. In INDONESIA: GFA supports the Government of Indonesia in the formulation, implementation and monitoring of its Forest & Climate Protection Program. The program will contribute to the implementation of Indonesia’s climate policy through the introduction of the REDD mechanism. Forest protection measures and sustainable forest management aim at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from forestry while improving the living conditions of impoverished strata of the rural population. The program’s focus will be on creating an enabling national framework, piloting REDD activities at district level, defining benchmark emission levels and monitoring carbon stocks.
GFA & AMC, Perumahan Kalibata Indah, Jl. Jamblang No. R-2, Kelurahan Rawajati Jakarta Selatan 12750, Indonesia
GER's business model is based on GER acting as a "Project Developer", providing the forest owner with conservation services and forest protection and enhancement programs, coordination of annual measurements & auditing of carbon emission reductions, and structuring & marketing carbon credits resulting from forest protection and enhancement activities. GER has worked closely with VCS standard setters, carbon registries, scientists, legal experts, and leading NGOs in developing its model for creating and implementing forestry projects. GER also provides the transparency, credibility and delivery commitment necessary for buyers of carbon credits. Central to GER's forest management planning is the integration of people living in and around forest areas through their involvement in recommending community development programs. Community development is an essential component of GER's forest management model.
Deutsche Bank Building 11th Floor, Suite 1101 Jalan Imam Bonjol 80 Jakarta 10310 Indonesia
Global Forest Watch (GFW) is a dynamic online forest monitoring and alert system that empowers people everywhere to better manage forests. For the first time, Global Forest Watch unites satellite technology, open data, and crowd sourcing to guarantee access to timely and reliable information about forests. GFW is free and follows an open data approach in putting decision-relevant information in the hands of governments, companies, NGOs, and the public. GFW is supported by a diverse partnership of organizations that contribute data, technical capabilities, funding, and expertise. The partnership is convened by the World Resources Institute.
Global Green is a private national company focused on ecosystem restoration. They are working in an enterprise environment with special attention to social, economic and ecological factors in improving environmental services, while reducing the loss of local wisdom. Their goal is to maximize the function of forest as a unified ecosystem by doing forest protection, enrichment planting, reintroduction of indigenous flora and fauna, revegetation & repopulation and habitat management. As an ecosystem restoration company, they reward those who work around their project sites with various efforts for the welfare of the people, such as facilitating education, health, and local procurement.
Manggala Wanabhakti Building, Block IV, 3rd Floor, Room 313, Wing B Gatot Soebroto Street, Senayan, Central Jakarta, 10270, Indonesia
GGGI is a new kind of international organization — interdisciplinary, multi-stakeholder and driven by the needs of emerging and developing countries. It has been established by several forward-thinking governments to maximize the opportunity for “bottom up” (i.e., country- and business-led) progress on climate change and other environmental challenges within core economic policy and business strategies.The Institute is designed to be an open, global platform to support experimentation and collective learning by developing countries seeking to leapfrog the resource-intensive and environmentally unsustainable model of industrial development pioneered by advanced economies in an earlier era. GGGI has been supporting green growth initiatives in Indonesia since 2010. By working closely with the central government and with the provincial governors of East and Central Kalimantan, GGGI has helped identify and prioritize green growth opportunities along a number of criteria related to both economic growth and greenhouse gas emission reduction potential. More specifically, GGGI has assisted with REDD+ Readiness, the development of provincial green growth strategies, and capacity building for local officials and others to implement and maintain green growth policies. Since 2012, the Government of Indonesia and GGGI have been working together to develop a comprehensive program of activity, GOI-GGGI Green Growth Program, that is aligned and wholly supportive of achieving Indonesia’s existing vision for economic development planning, which is a pro-growth, pro-jobs, pro-poor and pro-environment approach.
Offices in Seoul, Abu Dhabi, London, and Copenhagen
The Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force (GCF) is a unique subnational collaboration between 22 states and provinces from Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Spain, and the United States. The GCF seeks to advance jurisdictional programs designed to promote low emissions rural development and reduced emissions from deforestation and land use (REDD+) and link these activities with emerging greenhouse gas (GHG) compliance regimes and other pay-for-performance opportunities. More than 20% of the world’s tropical forests are in GCF states and provinces, including more than 75% of Brazil’s and more than half of Indonesia’s. The GCF includes states and provinces that are leading the way in building comprehensive, jurisdiction-wide approaches to low emissions development and REDD+ as well as the only jurisdiction in the world (California) that is considering provisions that would recognize offsets from REDD+ as part of its GHG compliance system.
University of Colorado Boulder School of Law UCB 27 2450 Kittredge Loop Boulder CO 80309
The Ministry of Forestry (MoF) is responsible for managing the national forest estate, which was reported in 2012 to be approximately 118 million hectares (55% of the land surface). MoF is responsible for overall forest management, which includes improving and managing public access to forest areas. MoF, with the support of the Ministry of Environment, has been leading initial steps in the REDD+ process, such as setting up the Indonesia Forest Climate Alliance. Furthermore, with financial and technical support from Australia, Germany, the UK and the World Bank, MoF is currently developing demonstration activities for testing and initiating a global REDD carbon market. Within MoF, the Directorate General of Forest Plan (DGPlan) is responsible for the Forest Resource Inventory System (FRIS), which is integrated into the National Carbon Accounting System (NCAS).
The Partnership for Governance Reform ('the-Partnership') is a multi-stakeholder organisation working with government agencies and civil society organisations (CSO's) to advance reform at both national and local levels. The Partnership build crucial links between all levels of government and civil society to sustainably promote good governance in Indonesia.
Jl. Wolter Monginsidi No. 3 Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan 12110
KfW is a German-owned government bank based in Frankfurt.
KfW Group Palmengartenstraße 5-9 60325 Frankfurt am Main Germany
Formally established in 1902, the MSU Department of Forestry is the oldest continuing forestry program in the United States. The Forestry major combines elements of ecology, biology, environmental science, public policy, and economics to address a variety of environmental and social issues - from combating global climate change and invasive species to providing forest products and wildlife habitats.
1405 S. Harrison Road, Suite 101 East Lansing, MI 48823-5243
The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Together with government, companies, other non-profits and local marine and forest-dwelling communities, The Nature Conservancy is helping develop new solutions to the problems that threaten to undermine Indonesia’s development. By supporting sustainable development, the Conservancy has a chance to play an important role in helping one of the world’s largest and most environmentally important and highly populated countries achieve a natural balance, both on the land and at sea.
PT Inhutani II is a state owned logging company.
Jl. Gajah Mada No.02, Samarinda Kalimantan Timur
The Responsible Asia Forestry & Trade partnership (RAFT) is a regional program that brings together the skills and knowledge of leading conservation organizations to provide capacity building and knowledge sharing services to Asia Pacific countries in support of their efforts to promote trade in responsibly harvested and manufactured wood products. RAFT’s work in Indonesia focuses on: • Building the capacity of forest concessions, communities and factories to achieve SVLK and/or FSC certification • Developing and disseminating training manuals and tools for use by national and local associations and institutions • Demonstrating ‘Reduced Impact Logging-Carbon’ (RIL-C) practices that reduce carbon emissions from logging while maintaining sustainable timber yields • Demonstrating ‘Reduced Impact Logging-Carbon’ (RIL-C) practices that reduce carbon emissions from logging while maintaining sustainable timber yields • Developing and promoting tools to support better-informed decisions about the location of wood and oil palm plantations • Raising journalists’ awareness of the issues surrounding illegal and destructive logging and how these are being addressed
The Nature Conservancy C/O IUCN Asia Regional Office 63 Soi Prompong, Sukhumvit 39, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand Unit 2107-08 Prosperity Milennia Plaza 663 King's Road North Point, Hong Kong
JL. Veteran III No. 2 Jakarta Pusat DKI Jakarta 10110 Indonesia
IFACS was set up to help the Indonesian government reduce the country’s emissions of greenhouse gases from forest degradation and loss. IFACS works in the field, and with government, the private sector, and civil society. The project runs or supports activities aimed at conserving forests, biodiversity and ecosystems, and devising low-emission development strategies for land that is already degraded.
WISMA GKBI, 12th Floor Suite 10210 Jl. Jenderal Sudirman No 28, Jakarta Indonesia 10210
The Universitas Mulawarman is a public university located in Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. It was established on September 27, 1962, making it the oldest tertiary education institution in East Kalimantan. Fakultas Kehutanan (Faculty of Forestry): http://fahutan.unmul.ac.id/ Fakultas Pertanian (Faculty of Agriculture): http://fapertaunmul.wordpress.com/
Kuaro kampus Gunung kelua, Samarinda 75119, Indonesia, Indonesia
Brisbane, St Lucia QLD 4072, Australia
Winrock International is a nonprofit organization that works with people in the United States and around the world to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources.
Jl. Kemang Selatan Raya No. 151, Jakarta Selatan, DKI Jakarta 12560, Indonesia
The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) is a CGIAR Consortium Research Centre. The Centre’s vision is a rural transformation in the developing world as smallholder households strategically increase their use of trees in agricultural landscapes to improve their food security, nutrition, income, health, shelter, social cohesion, energy resources and environmental sustainability. The Centre’s mission is to generate science-based knowledge about the diverse roles that trees play in agricultural landscapes, and to use its research to advance policies and practices, and their implementation, that benefit the poor and the environment. The World Agroforestry Centre is guided by the broad development challenges pursued by the CGIAR. These include poverty alleviation that entails enhanced food security and health, improved productivity with lower environmental and social costs, and resilience in the face of climate change and other external shocks.
JL, CIFOR, Situ Gede Sindang Barang, Bogor 16115 PO Box 161, Bogor 16001
World Education has worked for six years with the Punan Dayak and other communities in the Kelay area of Berau District on projects focused on Community-Based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM) and community development practices.
Founded in 1982, WRI is a global research organization that spans more than 50 countries, with offices in the United States, China, India, Brazil, and more. Our more than 300 experts and staff work closely with leaders to turn big ideas into action to sustain our natural resources—the foundation of economic opportunity and human well-being. WRI’s mission is to move human society to live in ways that protect Earth’s environment and its capacity to provide for the needs and aspirations of current and future generations. Our Goals: We organize our work around six critical goals that the world must achieve this decade in order to secure a sustainable future: 1. Climate: Protect communities and natural ecosystems from damage caused by greenhouse gas emissions, and generate opportunities for people by catalyzing a global transition to a low-carbon economy. 2. Energy: Drive the scale-up of clean, affordable power systems throughout the world to deliver sustainable socio-economic development. 3. Food: Ensure the world’s food systems reduce their impact on the environment, drive economic opportunity, and sustainably feed 9.6 billion people by 2050. 4. Forests: Alleviate poverty, enhance food security, conserve biodiversity, and mitigate climate change by reducing forest loss and restoring productivity to degraded, deforested lands. 5. Water: Achieve a water-secure future by mapping, measuring, and mitigating global water risks. 6. Cities and Transport: Improve quality of life in cities by developing and scaling environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable urban and transport solutions.
China Office Unit 0902, Chaowai SOHO Tower A, Yi No. 6 Chaowai Dajie, Chaoyang District 100020 Beijing China China
Jl. Pemuda Gang Amal RT 18 No. 46 Tanjung Redeb Berau Kaltim Kalimantan Timur
Based on a methodology developed by Winrock International, the project will serve as a test bed to validate scientific methodologies for calculating carbon baselines and deforestation rates. Certification and annual verification will be complaints with the Voluntary Carbon Standard (VCS) as well as the Climate, Community and Biodiversity (CCB) standard. All aspects of the project have full transparency, including all agreements, methodologies, VCS and CCB applications, verification monitoring reports and financial audits. The project will produce approximately 1 million carbon credits a year for sale into the market. Through stakeholder meetings the Malinau Regency and GER have been developing community benefits programs. Inhutani will soon join in these efforts.
The aim of the programme is that: The Ministry of Forestry and its agencies succeed in implementing forestry administration reform processes geared towards sustainable forest management and, in that context, the establishment of a nation-wide forest management unit system local authorities capitalize forest’s environmental services in particular via REDD+ measures the forestry sector contributes to achieve the emission reduction targets set by the Indonesian government. The indicators to measure the progress and the success of the activities under the programme component: 1. Specific regulations have been drawn up for district-based REDD+ demonstration activities aimed at causal factors in greenhouse gas emissions from the forest sector and containing an emissions frame of reference and incentive mechanisms for preventing deforestation and forest degradation (sources: REDD+ regulations, reports on demonstration activities). 2. At least one partner from the private sector applies measures for conserving forest carbon stock (e.g. sustainable timber harvesting methods) also involving municipalities (sources: forest inventory, municipal development plan, expert reports and field inspections). 3. Two forest enterprises engaged in sustainable forest management have been set up as dissemination prototypes with special attention to traditional land use rights in surrounding municipalities (sources: local and national set of rules for forest enterprises, infrastructure and equipment/budget, demarcation of forest enterprise boundaries, forest enterprise operational plans). 4. Target-group representatives and other actors report in representative surveys that local decision-makers and management staff have improved their know-how and abilities in REDD+ and in implementing forest sector reform (sources: survey reports and relevant events, training certificates).
The goal in Berau is to develop a district-wide carbon accounting framework that captures emissions from a range of strategies and land types, which will dramatically reduce concerns about leakage (shifting activities to other locations). In April 2008, the Bupati of Berau created a REDD Working Group — which includes government, private sector, and civil society representatives — to explore opportunities for developing a REDD pilot program in Berau. By 2015 the project aims to: 1. Bring at least 800,000 hectares under effective management; 2. Avoid emissions of 10 million tons of carbon dioxide over five years; 3. Protect critical watersheds and areas of high biodiversity value (including habitat of 1,500 orangutans); 4. Create improved economic outcomes and opportunities for communities living near forests.
The project will be developed in East Kalimantan, but will have direct applicability to other Indonesian provinces. Key development work will be focused in both protection forests and production forests. The TNC Berau Project will serve as an initial effort where the forest inventory methods and the MRV Toolbox can be deployed in a mature Demonstration Activity. 1. Component 1: REDD+ Enhanced Tier 2 and Tier 3 Inventory Assessment Methods and Implementation of MRV System 2. Component 2: Forest Cover and Carbon Mapping 3. Component 3. Training and Capacity Building
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The idea behind this initiative was to test the feasibility of community involvement in measuring and monitoring the forest’s carbon.
The goal of the “Community Involvement and Benefit Sharing in REDD Program Development” project was to advance local experience with, and global understanding of, successfully involving local and indigenous peoples in Reducing greenhouse gas Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation in developing countries (“REDD”) programs. Target groups include community members in Segah and Kelay watersheds in Berau Indonesia, community members in 9 villages in Bogia District, PNG, and rural communities in Pando State and San Ignacio de Velasco Municipality in Bolivia. Additional target groups included policy makers involved in FCPF, UNFCCC and California REDD+ rule-making as well as the groups influencing those policy makers.
The Forest Resources Management for Carbon Sequestration (FORMACS) Project, funded by CIDA and implemented by CARE International Indonesia is an example of an ADEF project. FORMACS focuses its work on managing existing forest resource for carbon sequestration and storage by adopting socially acceptable programs of community-based management. Specifically, it promotes sustainable livelihoods through sustainable agriculture, agroforestry and sustainable forest management practices for the maintenance of existing carbon stocks and for the sequestration of atmospheric carbon. Community based project, such as agroforestry, small-scale plantations, agroforests and secondary forest fallows have the highest potential for providing local livelihood benefits along with enhanced carbon storage and pose the fewest risks to communities.
Global Green's project area is about 160.090 Ha and is bordered in the North by protected forest, in the East by Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) land, and in the South and West by HPH Forest Concession. They are focused on ecosystem restoration, in that they assist in the recovery of the ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged, or destroyed.
Manggala Wanabhakti Building, Block IV, 3rd Floor, Room 313, Wing B Gatot Soebroto Street, Senayan, Central Jakarta, 10270, Indonesia
The I-REDD+ project is an FP7 EU project; funded under the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission. The project is active in Vietnam, Indonesia, Laos and China. The aim of the project is to contribute to ensuring that the implementation of a future REDD+ mechanism is based on the highest possible level of knowledge on: carbon storage in landscapes; monitoring technology; potentially negative impacts on local livelihoods; and governance structures for managing payments. The project aims to answer the following questions at the national to local level in the four countries: a) Is local and national institutional governance sufficient in handling payments soundly? b) Will REDD+ be competitive with other land uses, in terms of the compensation offered to forest users? c) If monitoring must be done at the national level to avoid leakage, how will local level input be sustained? d) Will REDD+ conserve habitats for important biodiversity and in doing so realise one of its expected ‘co-benefits’?
The vision of Green East Kalimantan is to make this province and an example, not solely for Indonesia, but globally, on how to combine carbon emission reduction with economic development, covering the development of sustainable environment friendly economic sectors, just and in line with the principle of “Developing East Kalimantan for all”. The Green East Kalimantan Program (Kaltim Green) has four goals: 1. To improve the quality of life of the people in East Kalimantan as a whole, achieving the balance in economic, social, cultural, and environmental aspects. 2. To reduce the threats from ecology and climate changed, such as flood, landslide, drought, forest fire, in the region of East Kalimantan. 3. To reduce pollution and damage to the terrestrial, water and air ecosystem in East Kalimantan. 4. To promote knowledge and awareness of the institutions and people of East Kalimantan on the importance natural resources conservation by using those resources wisely.
The aim of the programme is that: The Ministry of Forestry and its agencies succeed in implementing forestry administration reform processes geared towards sustainable forest management and, in that context, the establishment of a nation-wide forest management unit system local authorities capitalize forest’s environmental services in particular via REDD+ measures the forestry sector contributes to achieve the emission reduction targets set by the Indonesian government. The indicators to measure the progress and the success of the activities under the programme component: 1. Specific regulations have been drawn up for district-based REDD+ demonstration activities aimed at causal factors in greenhouse gas emissions from the forest sector and containing an emissions frame of reference and incentive mechanisms for preventing deforestation and forest degradation (sources: REDD+ regulations, reports on demonstration activities). 2. At least one partner from the private sector applies measures for conserving forest carbon stock (e.g. sustainable timber harvesting methods) also involving municipalities (sources: forest inventory, municipal development plan, expert reports and field inspections). 3. Two forest enterprises engaged in sustainable forest management have been set up as dissemination prototypes with special attention to traditional land use rights in surrounding municipalities (sources: local and national set of rules for forest enterprises, infrastructure and equipment/budget, demarcation of forest enterprise boundaries, forest enterprise operational plans). 4. Target-group representatives and other actors report in representative surveys that local decision-makers and management staff have improved their know-how and abilities in REDD+ and in implementing forest sector reform (sources: survey reports and relevant events, training certificates).
It was designed as a five-year knowledge-building core with two linked goals: 1. Improving knowledge of morio orangutans 2. Enhancing the effectiveness of morio conservation efforts in and around the park
The Forests and Landscapes in Indonesia team works with all stakeholders in Indonesia’s forests to support decisions and management that is profitable and sustainable. Our work includes: - Generating environmental and governance data on natural resource specifically regarding forest lands; - Making these data available via interactive maps, reports and other tools; - Interpreting these data in the Indonesia policy context; - Working with government and civil society to improve forest monitoring; - Working with industry to enable sustainable expansion of key commodities; - Conducting capacity building to catalyze change on the ground This project has created some great interactive tools, which include a forest cover analyzer and a suitability mapper intended to help identify potentially suitable sights for palm oil production
Sebangau National Park is a peat swamp forest located in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia that was previously a Production Forest logged under 13 concessions from 1970 to 1995. The aim of the project activity is to reduce GHG emissions from peat decomposition by rewetting the drained peatland through technical means. The project will implement a canal blocking whereby dams are established in drainage canals. In addition to reducing GHG emissions, restoration of natural hydrological conditions is expected to result in the recovery of the peat swamp forest ecosystem in Sebangau. Rewetting the peat will support vegetation regrowth, enabling the recovery and expansion of wildlife populations including the endangered Bornean orangutan. Restoration of natural hydrological conditions and peatland ecosystem recovery will ultimately benefit local communities that depend on the peatland resource for their livelihoods.
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