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REDD+ in Indonesia TSoehartono

  1. 1. REDD+ IN INDONESIA<br />Dr. Tonny Soehartono<br />Director of Environmental Services <br />The Ministry of Forestry of Indonesia<br />TNC-REDDex MEETING<br />Cancun, Mexico, July 2010<br />
  2. 2. Indonesia’s Forest Cover<br />Units: Million hectare<br />Source: Landsat imagery 7 ETM+ of 2005/2006 (217 scenes)<br />Intepreted in 2007, Published in 2008<br />The Ministry of Forestry<br />Indonesia<br />
  3. 3. Deforestation Rate of1990 – 2006 <br />million ha/year<br />1990-1996 1996-2000 2000-2003 2003-2006<br />Source: DG of Forestry Planning, 2010<br />The Ministry of Forestry<br />Indonesia<br />
  4. 4. Predicted Indonesian Emissions with LUCF and Peatfire<br />Source: Ministry of Environment, 2009<br />The Ministry of Forestry<br />Indonesia<br />
  5. 5. Indonesian BAU scenarioup to 2020<br />Emisi (GtonCO2e)<br />Source: Bappenas, 2010<br />
  6. 6. Emission Reduction Plan2010 - 2020<br />BAU Emision<br />26%<br />41%<br />Unsupported NAMAs <br />Emission<br />Suppported NAMAs <br />Time<br />2020<br />The Ministry of Forestry<br />Indonesia<br />
  7. 7. 7<br />Potential of Emission Reduction from AFOLU Indonesia<br />Million Tons, CO2e<br />2<br />With these activities, Indonesia would potentially be able to reduce emission up to 36 %<br />2.950<br />*<br />*<br />*<br />1.287<br />Emisi<br />2020<br />BAU<br />Land allocation<br />Forest fire prevention<br />Peatland Rehabilitation<br />SFM/SMF<br />Future projection emission<br />Afores-<br />tasi<br />Others<br />Potential Reduction by 2020 <br />17.1<br />8.2<br />4.7<br />3.3<br />2.9<br />13.0<br />Source : DNPI - Indonesia Greenhouse Gas Abatement Cost Curve<br />
  8. 8. The Ministry of Forestry Priority Policies of 2010 - 2014<br />Strengthening forest designation to secure forest areas, <br />Rehabilitation of degraded forest and [improving carrying capacity of] watershed, <br />Forest Protection and Fire management, <br />Conservation of biological diversity, <br />Revitalization of forest utilization and forest industries, <br />Empowerment of indigenous peoples and local communities<br />Mitigation and adaptation to climate change, <br />Strengthening Forest Institutions.<br />The Ministry of Forestry<br />Indonesia<br />
  9. 9. Effort and Cooperation <br />Establishment of IFCA (2007)<br />Cooperation with Australian Government (2008)<br />Cooperation with ITTO and JICA<br />Cooperation with NGOs e.g., TNc<br />Cooperation with German Government through Forclime Project (2009)<br />Cooperation with Norway Government (2010)<br />Cooperation with Mexican Government (2010) <br />The Ministry of Forestry<br />Indonesia<br />
  10. 10. THANK YOU<br />

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