Expanding FSC Certification at Landscape Level through incorporating additional ecosystem services


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This presentation by Dita Ramadhani from WWF Indonesia given during the Forests Asia Summit at the discussion forum "Governance: Moving certification to the landscape level with ecosystem services" introduces the different components of the ForCES project, why it matters, and shows different pilot sites.

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Expanding FSC Certification at Landscape Level through incorporating additional ecosystem services

  1. 1. ©MichelRoggo/WWF-Canon 1 “Expanding FSC Certification at Landscape Level through incorporating additional eco- system service” Dita Ramadhani WWF-Indonesia
  2. 2. 26 5 8 - 2 Summary of the project This project purpose is to improve and promote sustainable forest management for a range of ecosystem services through the medium of FSC certification ForCES (Forest Certification for Ecosystem Services) project is supported by GEF (Global Environment Facility) with facilitation from UNEP, implemented by FSC and partners in Chile, Vietnam, Nepal, and Indonesia. Started in 2011 will run to 2015. .
  4. 4. 26 5 8 - 4 ForCES INDONESIA Partners International Partner
  5. 5. 26 5 8 - 5 Why it matters?
  6. 6. 26 5 8 - 6 Assumption that human consumption for natural forest is reducing ecosystem services such as soil and water. Thus, Sustainable Forest Management providing higher ES values than non-sustainable forest management. ForCES as additional/ expansion for FSC certification Appreciation for biodiversity and forest services are low.
  7. 7. 26 5 8 - 7Presentation to Company Name CIFOR as partner for indicators development Expectation: Recommendation for FSC to have set of ES certification system that is credible, verifiable, applicable for even smallholders, replicable to other area in the world.
  8. 8. 26 5 8 - 8 Pilot sites Presentation to Company Name Actions to take: FSC national standard development lead by LEI, conduct market analysis to see “willingness to pay” from potential PES buyer/ user, define M & E methodology for long term, participatory process and activities on the ground, create suitable PES business model, to test FSC PES standard draft in pilot site by Certification Body by end of project
  9. 9. 26 5 8 - 9Presentation to Company Name PILOT SITE 1. Sesaot and Sedau Villages, West Lombok (3,000 Ha)
  10. 10. 26 5 8 - 10 PDAM PELANGGAN AIR PRSHN SWASTA ASOSIASI PELANGGAN Badan Pengelola Dana Konservasi PDAM PEMERINTAH Pembayaran Jasa Konservasi ALIRAN AIR Mata air Masy. Hulu AREA KONSERVASI   PENGGUNA AIR Water service target consumer in West Lombok: 60,000 houses
  11. 11. 26 5 8 - 11 Example of water bill
  12. 12. Payment for Ecosystem Service 100% Operational 25% Nature and local communities 75% Restoration 45% Economic 19% Organization 11% Restoration activity which conducted in upstream should has clear parameters, thus impacting positively on the quality and water debit/flow
  13. 13. 26 5 8 - 13 ACTIVITIES in PILOT SITE 1: Lombok DONE Science based analysis on hydrology and watershed planning Create watershed monitoring and evaluation planning with community through PES protocol Review of FSC standard related to water Create action plan for FSC certification FSC pre-assessment Update spatial map each year Socialization and pre-FPIC process Participatory mapping development with community to create spatial delineation Film documentary on “Water Service” in Lombok Market analysis (water service)
  14. 14. 26 5 8 - 14 What we seek in water service: In Lombok, mechanism of payment for ES is already running. Science-based verification to prove the impact of reforestation activities on the quality and flow of water (rivers and springs) Improving monitoring & evaluation methodology through PES protocol To help expanding existing paid water services to wider area in Lombok where ForCES hopefully can shorthened up the process Partnership with IMP (Multi Stakeholders Institution), PDAM (State Owned Water Company), Forestry Service, BPDAS (Watershed Management Office), local government Prepare local community for FSC certification assessment
  15. 15. 26 5 8 - 15 PILOT SITE 2. Kapuas Hulu Corridor West Kalimantan
  16. 16. 26 5 8 - 16 Biodiversitybasedeco-tourisim
  17. 17. 26 5 8 - 17 ACTIVITIES in PILOT SITE 2: Kapuas Hulu Corridor DONE Science based analysis on water quality, orangutan, forest cover, ecotourism Create biodiversity and eco- tourism monitoring and evaluation planning with community Review of FSC standard related to biodiversity and water Participatory mapping Socialization of the project in multi level (government, community, other NGOs) HCVF assessment FPIC FSC pre-assessment Market analysis (eco-tourism) Species guideline handbook
  18. 18. 26 5 8 - 18 What we seek in eco-tourism: Improving existing eco-tourism that has been running since 2010 Collecting data on biodiversity (orangutan, key/endemic fish species), hydrology and tourism Partnership with forestry service, national park authority office, tour operator, local government Prepare local community for FSC certification assessment
  19. 19. PILOT SITE 3: PT. Ratah Timber, East Kalimantan (95,000 Ha)
  20. 20. What we seek in biodiversity & carbon: Help Ratah Timber maintain their FSC certificate and implementation RIL (Reduced Impact Logging) The assumption that Ratah has higher carbon sequestrian and biodiversity value compared to the non-sustainable FMU Working with Kyoto University to conduct biodiversity and carbon assessment
  21. 21. 26 5 8 - 22 ACTIVITIES in PILOT SITE 3: PT. Ratah Timber site DONE FM FSC certified by SGC Market analysis (biodiversity and carbon) Conduct carbon and biodiversity assessment together with Kyoto University Create biodiversity and carbon monitoring and evaluation planning Review of FSC standard related to biodiversity and carbon FPIC Carbon training FSC principle and criteria refreshment training
  22. 22. 26 5 8 - 23Presentation to Company Name © 2010, WWF. All photographs used in this presentation are copyright protected and courtesy of the WWF-Canon Global Photo Network and the respective photographers. Orangutan(Conserva.on(Campaign(2009(–(Sungai(Sedik( Sugeng(Hendratno(©(WWF=Indonesia( Thank you!