From Carbon Source to Carbon Store  Rehabilitation of Degraded Peatland thruCommercial Pulpwood Plantation Development    ...
Outline1. National Land-use Allocation and the Commercial Tree Plantation2. Brief about Sinar Mas Forestry & Partners3. Fo...
Indonesian Land-use Allocation                                                Plantation                                  ...
a brief about usSinar Mas Forestry (SMF)   Pulpwood plantation management   Supplier of pulpwood to Asia Pulp & Paper   ...
Forest Concession Sitethe site (585,000ha)
Condition BEFORE Plantation Development el nino episodes in 1997 - 2002 Uncontrolled fires devastated lowland rainforest...
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra
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From carbon source to carbon sink: Large-scale rehabilitation of severely degraded peat forest in South Sumatra

  1. 1. From Carbon Source to Carbon Store Rehabilitation of Degraded Peatland thruCommercial Pulpwood Plantation Development in Ogan Komering Ilir, South Sumatra Sambusir Yusuf, Efendy S., Suhandi K., Harsoyo Sinar Mas Forestry & Partners Presented during the APFP & SEApeat Workshop 27-28 June 2012, Bogor, Indonesia
  2. 2. Outline1. National Land-use Allocation and the Commercial Tree Plantation2. Brief about Sinar Mas Forestry & Partners3. Forest Concessions Site, Area4. Condition BEFORE Plantation Development Intervention5. Pulpwood Plantation Practices – AFTER Intervention6. Concluding remarks
  3. 3. Indonesian Land-use Allocation Plantation Forest 4% Natural 42% Non-Forest Use 27% Production (settlements, Forest agriculture, farms, etc) 27% Conservation & Protection Forest Use Allocation Area (Mha) % For Settlements, Agriculture, etc 80 42 For Forestry Use 111 58 a. Conservation 52 27 b. Production Forest - Natural Production Forest 52 27 - Plantation Forest 7 4Source: Statistik Kehutanan Indonesia 2009, Kementerian Kehutanan, 2009
  4. 4. a brief about usSinar Mas Forestry (SMF)  Pulpwood plantation management  Supplier of pulpwood to Asia Pulp & Paper (APP Indonesia)HTI Partners (Ogan Komering Ilir)  PT Sebangun Bumi Andalas  PT Bumi Mekar Hijau  PT Bumi Andalas Permai
  5. 5. Forest Concession Sitethe site (585,000ha)
  6. 6. Condition BEFORE Plantation Development el nino episodes in 1997 - 2002 Uncontrolled fires devastated lowland rainforest Trans-boundary haze pollution
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