Developing the Future of the Landscapes Approach, 
2015 and Beyond: Indonesia’s Experience

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This presentation focuses on Indonesia's experiences with the landscapes approach, asking if the problem is addressed fully with the landscapes approach and why we also need inter-community instead of only inter-government

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  • Global partnership, sustainable growth, equity
  • Inter community, beyond inter government
  • Developing the Future of the Landscapes Approach, 
2015 and Beyond: Indonesia’s Experience

    1. 1. PRESIDENT’S DELIVERY UNIT FOR DEVELOPMENT MONITORING AND OVERSIGHT Developing the Future of the Landscapes Approach, 2015 and Beyond: Indonesia’s Experience Global Landscapes Forum High-Level Session 17 November 2013
    2. 2. Is Landscape Approach Addressing the Real Problem in Full? Rice Palm Oil Forests ? Land Biodiversity Roads Housing 2
    3. 3. MoFor MoEnergy Coordination in Rice Supply Chain MoA MoIndustry Land Agency Me. SOEs MoA MoPW Human Resource PRIVATE Fertilizer Holding PRIVATE Irrigation Fertilizers Land India Thailand Vietnam Mo.Trade Mo. SOEs Rice Import Farmers Seed MoA Technology MoA Rice Price PRIVATE Paddy Fields BULOG PADDY LOGISTIC PRIVATE Market: ~ USD 0.75/kg) Rice Traders Foreign Sources CMEA Government Paddy Price USD 0.6/kg PRIVATE Middlemen PADDY LOGISTIC Rice Millers PRIVATE PRIVATE PRIVATE : ~92% Domestic RICE LOGISTIC Rice Availability BULOG : ~8% PRIVATE PRIVATE Subsidized Fuel Non-Subsidized Pertamina Mo.Energy Key: Mo. SOEs Private Govt. SOE Government Rice Stock Poverty Eradication & Disaster Management BULOG Mo. SOEs
    4. 4. Four Flows to Observe 1 Flow of Goods 2 Flow of Capital 3 Flow of People Is Landscape Approach Enough? 4 Flow of Technology 4
    5. 5. HLPEP Report on Post-2015 Development Agenda 5 Transformative Shifts Explanation 1 Leave No One Behind 2 Put Sustainable Development at the Core 3 Transform Economies for Jobs and Inclusive Growth 4 5 Build Peace and Effective, Open and Accountable Public Institutions Forge a New Global Partnership Ending hunger and extreme poverty Implement the three dimension of sustainable development: social, economy and environment Create employment and livelihood opportunities as well as linking growth with sustainable development. Free from conflict and violence. Transparency and public institutions that are effective and accountable. Vision and new spirit of global partnership. Specific roles for each actor – government, academia – business – CSO, etc. 5
    6. 6. Global Partnership, Sustainable Growth, Equity 6
    7. 7. Safeguards REDD+ National Strategy Funding System (FREDDI) REDD+ Bilateral Model MRV System License Review REDD+ Forest Agency Governance Indigenous People’s Rights Forest Area Gazettement Moratorium Pilot & One Map Province Legal Instrument & Law Enforcement 7
    8. 8. Inter Community beyond Inter Government Inter community, beyond inter government 8
    9. 9. PRESIDENT’S DELIVERY UNIT FOR DEVELOPMENT MONITORING AND OVERSIGHT Developing the Future of the Landscapes Approach, 2015 and Beyond: Indonesia’s Experience Global Landscapes Forum High-Level Session 17 November 2013

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