Lesson Learned from Forest Management Certification on Peatland
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  • 1. Haryanto R.Putro Lecturer, Faculty of Forestry IPBBoard Member Representatives, LEI
  • 2. INDONESIA FOREST LAND BY APRIL 2011 Total Forest Land= 130.68 Million Ha Total Boundary Length= 281.873 Km; Total Boundary Demarcated in the Field = 222.452 Km Total Area Gazetted = 14.24 Million Ha
  • 3. FOREST LAND BY FUNCTION (APRIL 2011) 14% 20%19% 22% 25% CONSERVATION FOREST PROTECTION FOREST PRODUCTION FOREST LIMITED PRODUCTION FOREST CONVERSION FOREST
  • 4. FOREST COVER BY TYPE (2009) 6% 30% 29% Primary Forest Secondary Forest Plantation Forest Non Forested Forest Land 33% Forested Non Forest Land2%
  • 5. TOTAL PRODUCTION & CONVERTIBLE FOREST = 74.70 million Ha TOTAL PRESENT USES= 41.47 million Ha De Facto Open Access = 33.23 million Ha Unforested Area = 41.05 million Ha Converted to Conflicting Area in Used Area = 7.82 million Ha Other Uses 16% BC-PlantationCB- Forests ForestManagement 22% 2% BC-Natural Production Forest 60%
  • 6. JUNE 2011:• NATURAL PRODUCTION FOREST = 284 FMUs (22.71 Million Ha), less than half have cutting permit, probably less than 10 % currently eligible for certification• PLANTATION FOREST = 220 FMUs (9.68 Million Ha)  4.92 million Ha planted (probably less than half currently eligible)• CBFM (in community Lands) = approx. 3.59 million Ha (mostly eligible with technical assistance/improvement)
  • 7. Source: FWI (2009) Roughly 10.1 Million Ha in Production and Conversion Forests
  • 8. COMPANY NAME AREA (Ha) DRT (1999-2011) 90,060 WKS (2008-2012) 246,482 (46% peatland)Feb. 2011
  • 9. 1. DRT – CertSuccess Story 2. SK – Landscape Scale HCVs AssessmentSource: Murdiyarso, D. et al. (2011)
  • 10. 1. DRT – Cert Success Story 2. SK – Landscape Scale HCVs AssessmentSource: Hoiijer. A. et al. (2006)
  • 11. Source= TBI (2010)
  • 12. Source= TBI (2010)
  • 13. Source= TBI (2010)
  • 14. Source= TBI (2010)