Governors' Climate & Forests Task Force
Madre de Dios
Jalan A. Yani Komplek Kantor Gubernur Lantai III Pontianak
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.
Jl. A Yani No. 112 Pontianak Kalimantan Barat
Jl. Sultan Abdurachman No.137 Pontianak 78116 Kalimantan Barat
Jl.Prof.Hadari Nawawi, Pontianak (78121)
The goal of our work is to create economic opportunity and offer increased access and participation in local governance for poor and socially marginalized communities. Empowering marginalized groups by helping them to gain a stronger voice and a greater say in local decision making is essential to breaking old patterns of social exclusion and new patterns of economic disparity. These priorities also include guaranteeing the realization of basic rights for all citizens across the diverse geography and culture of the Indonesian archipelago. Our work focuses on: - Institutionalizing the participation of the poor and underrepresented in local planning and budgeting decision-making bodies - Improving recognition of reproductive and sexual rights and the full participation of women in society - Promoting innovation in livelihoods that enable poor rural households to increase incomes and build assets - Advancing public service media that amplifies marginalized voices and critical perspectives in order to build an informed and active citizenry - Ensuring poor rural communities, especially indigenous people and ethnic minorities, in environmentally fragile areas gain greater control over their land, forests and other natural resources - Promoting participatory land use management that seeks equity and sustainable natural resource management
Ford Foundation Sequis Center, 11th Floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman 71 Jakarta 12190, Indonesia
Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) advocates an alternative vision of how forests should be managed and controlled, based on respect for the rights of the peoples who know them best. We work with forest peoples in South America, Africa, and Asia, to help them secure their rights, build up their own organisations and negotiate with governments and companies as to how economic development and conservation are best achieved on their lands.
Forest Peoples Programme 1c Fosseway Business Centre Stratford Road Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 9NQ England
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
Health in Harmony works with communities to design programs that holistically address poverty, poor health, and environmental degradation to create a brighter future for all. Through this approach that works at the intersection of human and environmental health, Health In Harmony provides a model that will, in years to come, be replicated to create lasting change in countries, and communities, around the world.
107 SE Washington Street, #480 Portland, OR 97214
Sentral Senayan II, Lantai 14 Jl. Asia Afrika No.8, Jakarta 10270 INDONESIA
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
Jl. Budi Utomo, Komplek Bumi Indah Khatulistiwa, Blok A5/4 Siantan Hulu, Pontianak 78241, Kalimantan Barat Indonesia.
The Indonesian Ecolabelling Institute (LEI-Lembaga Ekolabel Indonesia) is a non-profit constituent based organization that develops forest certification systems that promote our mission of just and sustainable forest resource management in Indonesia. As a constituent based organization LEI retains independence and transparency, both necessary for the credibility of forest certification. LEI’s certification includes schemes for: - Natural forest certification - Plantation forest certification - Community forest certification - Chain of Custody (COC), a log tracking system for industries that process forest products such furniture, plywood, sawn wood and pulp and paper.
Taman Bogor Baru Blok B IV/12 Bogor, Jawa Barat-Indonesia
Mission: Through community organising, we aim to empower marginalised coastal communities to understand and advocate for their individual and collective rights with natural resource management, while ensuring Government accountability and transparency. In doing so, communities will have better control of their natural resources, enabling them to foster an economically sustainable future, which is both culturally sensitive and gender equitable. Objectives: - Develop strong community organisations to promote peace and justice in West Kalimantan - Advocate for local governance reform via anti-corruption and good governance movement - Empower local communities to know their rights regarding natural resources and management - Promote gender equality through women’s empowerment, particularly economic empowerment - Increase Gemawan Institutes resources and capacity in order to efficiently and effectively respond to growing program demands
Jl. Batas Pandang Kompleks Kelapa Hijau No. 18, Pontianak 78117, Kalimantan Barat, INDONESIA
PT. Cipta Usaha Sejati (CUS) is an Oil Palm Plantation company with Project Site situated in Simpang Dua and Simpang Hilir, North Kayong, (Formerly Kabupaten Ketapang) Province of West Kalimantan, with an area of 20,000 Hectares.In development planning, CUS cooperates with the local residents and Authorities to form an Oil Palm development scheme, known as the â€œKemitraan Cooperationâ€, whereby theÂ develops, besides own Nucleus plantation, a cooperative Plantation for the participants (Local Residents) underÂ an appointedÂ local Cooperative Management (KUD), manage by the company.Repayment of loan to Bank will be paid in instalments upon production of Fresh Fruit Bunches (FFB) after deducting all upkeep expenses, with an agreed percentage from the nett Income. The said scheme, covers all
PT Cipta Usaha Sejati Perdana Square Blok A25~A27 Jl. Perdana Pontianak 78122
PT SMART Tbk is one of the largest, publicly-listed, integrated palm-based consumer companies in Indonesia which is committed to sustainable palm oil production. Founded in 1962, SMART's palm plantations have a total coverage area of approximately 139,000 hectares (including small holders). SMART also operates 15 mills, four kernel crushing plants and four refineries. SMART listed its shares on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 1992.
URS is working with five district governments in Kalimantan to complete their Strategic Environmental Assessments and integrate the results into their spatial and development plans. They are assisting district governments in preparing and implementing spatial plans that factor in the long-term social and environmental consequences of economic development. This process involves completing a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and devising low-emission development strategies (LEDS).
Komplek Ruko Graha Kencana Blok BE Jl. Raya Pejuangan 88 Kebon Jeruk Jakarta 11530 7 locations in Indonesia
Jl. Adisucipto Km. 5.3, Sungai Raya, Pontianak Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia
Jl. Dr. Wahidin Gg. Sepakat 6 Komplek Mitra Utama 6 No. 5B Pontianak (78116), West Kalimantan, Indonesia
Sawit Watch was established in 1998, investigating the large Indonesian forest and land fires in 1997/1998. It has 143 individual members and works in 17 provinces. Key Activities: 1) Carrying out studies on policies and regulations related to oil palm plantation development and its impacts on smallholder farmers, laborers and indigenous peoples; 2) Monitoring the development practices and activities of oil palm plantation companies and their credit-backer financial institutions; 3) Developing alternative economic models to the large-scale monoculture oil palm plantation model; 4) Facilitating conflict resolution related to the development and management of large-scale oil palm plantations; 5) Promoting enabling conditions for policy changes favorable to smallholder farmers, laborers, and indigenous peoples; 6) Carrying out public education to promote environmentally-based development models; 7) Carrying out campaigns towards ecological justices; 8) Facilitating communities dialogues with government, parliament and the private sector for the resolution of conflicts and for policy changes related to oil palm plantations in Indonesia; 9) Carrying out organizational development and capacity building for members.
Perumahan Bogor Baru Block C1 No 10. Bogor. Jawa Barat. 16127 Indonesia
Tropenbos International (TBI)was created in 1986 and is a non -governmental non-profit organization. Over the years, TBI has established itself as an important platform for the forest and development agenda, both in developing countries and internationally. It has built a reputation for improving knowledge and personal and institutional capacity in order to support better management and governance of tropical forest resources in a range of programme countries. As a knowledge broker and a platform for discussion, TBI supports forest dialogue and development in the common interest of developing countries and the Netherlands.
Mailing Address: P.O.Box 494 Balikpapan 76100 East Kalimantan, Indonesia Balikpapan Office: Sylva Graha Building PT Inhutani I 2nd Floor Jend. Sudirman St. No.27 Balikpapan 76100 East Kalimantan, Indonesia Bogor Office Gunung Batu St. No.5 Bogor 16610 West Java, Indonesia Phone/fax: +62 251 8638410
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. USAID IFACS is an USAID funded program implemented by Tetratech ARD.
WISMA GKBI, 12TH FLOOR SUITE 10210 JL. JENDERAL SUDIRMAN NO 28, JAKARTA INDONESIA 10210 TEL: 021 574 0565 | FAX: 021 5740566
Jalan M. Husni Thamrin Komplek Universitas Tanjungpura Blok P No. 25 Kelurahan Bansir Laut RT 01 / RW 05 Pontianak Tenggara 78124 Kalimantan Barat Indonesia
ASRI is concerned both with the conservation of Gunung Palung National Park, and with improving the standard of health in the villages that border the park. Reflecting the tight link between human health and environmental health, our conservation and health care initiatives fall neither entirely in one realm or the other — all of our conservation work is connected to health and health care, and all of our health care work is integrated with conservation work. Currently, our major initiatives are ASRI’s: 1. Health Care Clinic – provides high quality, low cost medical care to local villagers. 2. Mobile Clinic Unit – visits remote communities around Gunung Palung National Park each month. 3. Organic Farming project – teaches local farmers safe, healthy means to improve soil quality, steering them away from slash-and-burn agriculture. 4. Goats for Widows – provides a mated pair of goats to widows. Recipients then return the first two baby goats to ASRI, to be provided to other widows, as well as sacks of manure to be used in organic farming. 5. Reforestation project – engages local communities to help stock a seedling nursery, replant deforested areas of Gunung Palung, and protect these reforestation plots.
Alam Sehat Lestari Jl. Sungai Mengkuang Pangkalan Buton Sukadana Kabupaten Kayong Utara 78852 West Kalimantan, Indonesia
Misi MENINGKATKAN KESEJAHTERAAN MASYARAKAT MELALUI TRANSFER TEKNOLOGI TEPAT GUNA UNTUK PENGELOLAAN SUMBERDAYA SECARA EKONOMIS DALAM PROSES PENGORGANISASIAN YANG BERKELANJUTAN Keterangan PROGRAM LEMBAGA : 1. Pengembangan Usaha Pedesaan berbasis Komunitas 2. Pengelolaan SDA yang ekonomis dan ekologis 3. Pengembangan Teknologi Arang Terpadu untuk Peningkatan Produksi 4. Peningkatan Peranan Wanita Pedesaan CIRI KHAS YDT : 1. Kebersamaan Dalam Karya 2. Teknologi Arang Terpadu 3. Menjembatani Masyarakat dengan Dunia Usaha (melalui kegiatan community Enterprise)
Jl. A.R Saleh Gang Cakra No. 12 Pontianak
Jl. Selat Sumba III Siantan - Pontianak 78241
Since 2006, FFI has been exploring ways in which emerging Payments for Ecosystem Services mechanisms can be harnessed for the benefit of conservation and local communities. The core idea behind REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation, plus enhancing forest carbon stocks in developing countries) is to make performance-based payments to forest communities who help reduce emissions by conserving their forest. To succeed, REDD+ requires a broad set of policies and institutional reforms that clearly define land tenure and carbon rights. To help with this, FFI has secured a three million Euro EU-funded project on ‘Developing community carbon pools for REDD+ projects in selected ASEAN countries’. The project has been designed to build the capacity of local communities and local governments to actively participate in REDD+ pilot projects in Cambodia, Vietnam, the Philippines and Indonesia and to feed lessons learned into policy dialogues at sub-national, national and regional levels. The project also supports the design and implementation of pilot REDD+ projects, with the aim of establishing social and environmental safeguards and ensuring equitable benefit sharing.
Yayasan Palung is working with communities in West Kalimantan to help them build viable enterprises based on non-timber forest products, so they can avoid damaging the valuable forest ecosystems and biodiversity of Gunung Palung National Park. Yayasan Palung has set up a project to help communities build viable enterprises based on non-timber forest products. As part of the project, communities are learning how to increase their productivity and improve their access to markets for the goods they produce. To add further encouragement, Yayasan Palung is engaging communities in discussions and using radio programs and other forms of communication to raise awareness about forests, biodiversity, conservation and climate change. At the same time, Yayasan Palung is working with government bodies to improve community involvement in spatial planning processes, to ensure that plans consider the needs of the community, as communities are ultimately responsible for implementing and complying with spatial plans.
Jl. Kol. Soegiono Gg. H. Tarmizi No. 5 Ketapang 78812 Kalimantan Barat
The FORCLIME Programme supports the implementation of a forest administration reform for sustainable forest management and REDD+ activities at the provincial and district level. Four thematic areas will be supported by the program component in three pilot districts until the end of the year 2012: - Support the development and implementation of strategic forest plans at the province and district level. - Support the development of local readiness strategies for REDD+ activities in East and West Kalimantan. - Support the development of Forest Management Units (FMU) and its administrative structures. - Support the communities in the pilot districts to get involved in forest management and REDD+ activities. The indicators to measure the progress and the success of the activities under FORCLIME are: 1. Institutional framework and mechanism for the implementation of HoB Initiative at national, province and selected district level is functional and relevant regulations and plans implemented in selected districts; 2. Land use plans including priority programmes and development plans to implement HoB Initiative are agreed by stakeholders in at least two districts of HoB area; 3. Potential of Payment for Environmental Services (PES) for improvement of livelihood of local communities is assessed and mechanism and regulation are developed and tested in at least two protected areas of HoB area; 4. A representative number of the population in and around of at least two protected areas in the HoB recognizes the benefits of the HoB programmes including the potential for improving their livelihood.
Manggala Wanabakti Building, Block VII, 6th Floor Jln. Jenderal Gatot Subroto Jakarta Indonesia 10270
This project focuses on strengthening community-based and sustainable alternative livelihoods through sustainable farming to support forest conservation in buffer zone of Gunung Palung National Park. Yayasan Alam Sehat Lestari has developed a program designed to help local communities around Gunung Palung National Park in West Kalimantan to overcome the main problems driving them to clear or degrade forests in the park’s buffer zone. Yayasan Alam Sehat Lestari, or ASRI, has developed a program to address the main reasons villagers turn to illegal logging and farming inside the park: poverty, indebtedness and inadequate understanding of the need for forest and biodiversity conservation. Under ASRI’s program, community members form collectives, learn sustainable farming techniques and set up organic farms. Through this new business approach, communities become self-sufficient, which reduces their need to engage in shifting agriculture and illegal logging. At the same time, they become partners in forest conservation.
Jl. Pulau Datuk Sungai Menkuang Sukadana, Kayung Utara Kalimantan Barat 78852
GPOCP’s mission is to conserve orangutan populations and forest habitat in and around Gunung Palung National Park. The program combats this critical situation with a number of approaches: * Customary Forest Protection – helping communities obtain legal designation for their lands * Establishment of Sustainable, Alternative Livelihood – reducing the need for further encroachment into the national park * Monitoring, Investigation and Human-Wildlife Mitigation – saving orangutans that come in contact with humans * Conservation Awareness and education for Adults and Children – providing the knowledge and conservation will to protect orangutans * Mass Media Campaign – reaching out to communities through radio, newsletters, mobile cinema, and community forums * Capacity building of staff and local conservation partners – ensuring the development of a conservation community for the long term * Conducting scientific investigation – discovering the factors that govern orangutan reproduction, population viability and health
Gunung Palung Orangutan Conservation Program P.O. Box 15680 Boston, MA 02215
This project aims at investigating the potential to leverage payments for ecosystem services as a way of sustainably protecting and conserving the important large scale ecological corridor between Sungai Putri and Gunung Palung National Park in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. This ecological corridor serves as an important habitat for Orangutans and other wildlife with vast carbon stocks stored in the area’s peat forests. The region is currently under threat of deforestation and fragmentation by logging concessions, palm oil estates, and displacement of local community farming. FFI is seeking to create a series of conservation strategies to reduce the expansion of palm oil estates on high conservation value forests and peat forests and promote the development of community forest programs as a way of maintaining the connectivity between the threatened orangutan populations in the Sungai Putri and Gunung Palung landscapes.
FFI Kantor Ketapang
Kabupaten Landak (5000 Ha) Kabupaten Kubu Raya (2500 Ha)
Manggala Wanabakti Building Block VII, 6th floor. Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto Jakarta 10270
This project focuses on the empowerment of rubber farmers and protection of community farm land in regional spatial plan for Kayong Utara District – West Kalimantan. Lembaga Gemawan is working to secure government protection of smallholder rubber farms while teaching rubber tappers how to improve their incomes and conserve forest and biodiversity. To achieve rural development goals, local governments—both the district and the province—are favoring large-scale agribusiness, primarily industrial oil palm plantations, for which they are issuing licenses. This policy threatens not only local livelihoods, by taking away farmers’ access to the rubber agroforestry systems, but also the biodiversity of the area, by allowing a single crop to dominate. Lembaga Gemawan has set up a project to address these issues. One aim of the project is to shift government policy away from industrial plantations and toward agroforestry systems, to the extent that the district government issues a regulation protecting areas under community management. Their strategy is to show governments the value of traditional rubber agroforestry systems both for providing local communities with a sustainable source of income and for conservation of biodiversity.
Jl. Dr. Wahidin Gang Batas Pandang Komplek Kelapa Hijau No. 18 Pontianak 78113 Kalimantan Barat
This REDD demonstration activity concept is focused on reducing emissions from forest conversion caused by the oil palm sector in the districts of Ketapang and Kapuas Hulu, West Kalimantan. The objectives of the REDD concept are: (1) to identify REDD financing mechanisms that provide incentives to not convert forested lands and peat lands to oil palm and also to maintain identified areas of high conservation value forests within the oil palm concession; and (2) to identify alternative degraded lands for the development of oil palm plantations in Kapuas Hulu and Ketapang districts. A series of district and national workshops is planned to ensure the final REDD demonstration activity concept aligns with the Government of Indonesia national policy framework.
Perkumpulan Pancur Kasih Kalimantan Barat
BLH Kalimantan Barat
meliputi 14 Desa dengan total luas Tembawang yang dilindungi lebih dari 7000 Ha
SAMPAN KAlimantan Kompleks Fajar Permai No. A8 Pontianak Kalimantan Barat
di 10 Desa di Kab. Kubu Raya meliputi kawasan lebih dari 30.000 Ha.
FFI Kantor Kertapang
Forest Carbon has been engaged by the Indonesian based NGO, Health in Harmony to assess the feasibility of using REDD to fund their twin goals of providing basic health care and preserving Gunung Palung National Park. As part of this project, Forest Carbon developed a district wide spatial analysis of Kayong Utara in order to identify areas which were suitable for REDD project development. In order to do this Forest Carbon obtained and analyzed GIS files detailing land cover, land use allocation and infrastructure as well as satellite imagery to determine where projects could be developed. Forest Carbon also created a series of maps detailing deforestation within the district over the course of the last 20 years. The resulting product identified a number of candidate sites and calculated potential revenue flows from selling carbon credits under the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) within different project scenarios. This project was funded by a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and results will be presented to the District Head as well as the local REDD commission consisting comprised of local government officials responsible for regional planning, community groups, and local and international NGO’s.
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