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Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia
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Introduction FLR Tropenbos International Indonesia

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Presentation by Tropenbos International Indonesia on Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR). The focus is on challenges, benefits, funding and guidelines of FLR.

Presentation by Tropenbos International Indonesia on Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR). The focus is on challenges, benefits, funding and guidelines of FLR.

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  • 1. FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION Indonesia Prana Dewi, Batu Karu, Bali 12-15 May 2009 Departemen Kehutanan
  • 2. Challenges § More than 49 million hectares of degraded forest in Indonesia (MOF) § More than 59 million hectares of degraded forest and land (MOE) § The degradation and deforestation continues § Example from Papua Departemen Kehutanan
  • 3. Departemen Kehutanan
  • 4. MAP OF PAPUA Landcover 2005 Landcover 2000 Landcover 2008 Departemen Kehutanan
  • 5. Departemen Kehutanan
  • 6. Landcover 2000 Landcover 2005 Landcover 2008 Departemen Kehutanan
  • 7. Departemen Kehutanan
  • 8. FOREST COVER in PAPUA CLASS Tahun 2000 (ha) Tahun 2005 (ha) Tahun 2008 (ha) Primary Forest 23,861,589 22,543,191 21,750,888 Secondary Forest 2,354,493 3,920,183 4,723,025 Timber Plantation 222,023 221,367 221,935 Non Forest 6,873,914 6,702,469 6,745,239 Total Luas 41,162,625 41,162,625 41,162,625 Departemen Kehutanan
  • 9. Understanding the benefits § Conservation: conserve, maintains, and restore wild biodiversity and ecosystem services § Production: provides for the sustainable production of crops, live stocks, fish, forest, and wild edible resources § Livelihoods: sustains or enhance the livelihoods and well-being of all social groups Departemen Kehutanan
  • 10. Funding Opportunities § REDD – at pilot projects scale up to 2012 § CDM – a-forestation and reforestation § CSR – Corporate Social Responsibility § RF/DR- limited and declined state budget and reforestation fund Departemen Kehutanan
  • 11. Today Actual Funding § REDD – dreaming or reality? At least still long way to go. § CDM – completely difficult mechanism § CSR - Promising but need endurance to get it § RF/DR Cannot be increased unless you proof to have a ‘production’ Departemen Kehutanan
  • 12. Existing Guidelines § ITTO – biodiversity in the production forests § ITTO – GL for restoration, management and rehabilitation of degraded and secondary tropical forests § MOF Ecosystem Restoration Concession § Consortium of NGO – HCVF - High Conservation Value Forest § Others Departemen Kehutanan
  • 13. Do we need more guidelines? § Science based guidelines § Landscape based approach – beyond FMU/Unit Management § Multi-disciplines and multi-sectors approach But the guideline must be: § Implementable and legally acceptable guidelines Departemen Kehutanan
  • 14. Is it possible? § Given the strong sectoral approach § Given the strict and rigid legal permits regulation § Increasing administrative boundaries – due to district and provincial expansion § Unclear political coalitions among regions § In-flexibility of state budgeting Departemen Kehutanan
  • 15. It is possible § If the benefits are felt and understood by all forest stakeholders § If we are innovative and agreed on shared common goal § If we are all adaptive, listen, learn, and serve (more than share) Departemen Kehutanan
  • 16. Thank you in particular to IUCN and ITTO which provided us with resources to organize this important workshop. Thank you also to MOF and Provincial Forest Service of Bali which allow us to gather and share our experiences here in Bali Prana. Tropenbos Indonesia is collaboration program within Tropenbos International and Forest Research and Development Agency (FORDA), Ministry of Forestry Indonesia Departemen Kehutanan

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