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ReCLAIM: Restoring Coastal Landscape for Adaptation Integrated Mitigation

  1. ReCLAIM : Restoring Coastal Landscape for Adaptation Integrated Mitigation Rudhi Pribadi – FPIK UNDIP Yayasan IKAMaT 10 May 2023 CIFOR-ICRAF Campus, Bogor, Indonesia 8–12 M ay
  2. Enhancement of the Adaptive Capacity of Local Governments & Communities • World’s second longest coastline ~ 90,000 km, a large proportion of Indonesia’s population resides near the ocean • Low Carbon Development Initiatives (LCDI) promote blue carbon ecosystems (including mangroves, seagrasses and to some extent coral reefs) as a key target for restoration and protection • Need of commitments towards sustainable development and national initiatives by involving local government and communities and promote best practices for coastal resource conservation and management.
  3. Why Mangroves? • Locally, mangroves offer many ecosystem services including food resources and income for local, often poor, communities; nationally, mangroves are crucial for prevention of floods and storm surges; and globally, mangroves help mitigate climate change by storing 300- 500% more carbon per unit area than any other terrestrial ecosystem while providing important habitats for biodiversity. • Indonesia: The largest and most diverse mangrove area in the world, can potentially offer an emission reduction of almost 30% of national emissions from the land use sector (Murdiyarso et al., 2015) and could also be key for adaptation approaches against global climate change
  4. Project Objectives and Partnership • To assess the potential of restored blue carbon ecosystems for climate change mitigation and adaptation (Component 1 & 2) • To quantify livelihood and nutritional benefits of maintaining healthy coastal landscapes and restoring degraded blue carbon ecosystems for local communities (Component 3) • To enhance the adaptive capacity of local governments and communities by informing new knowledge generated from the project through regular dialogues and briefing materials (Component 4)
  5. Component 4 component 1 component 2 component 1 component 2 component 3 component 1 component 2 component 3 Banten Demak Banyuwangi
  6. July 2021 August 2021 December 2021 July 2022 Webinar Online Workshop Site Visit Sub National Workshop Project Activities
  7. Project Documentation
  8. What Next? : • Mangrove’s dynamic need faster response • High-cost Rehabilitation vs Adaptive Resilience • Realistic Integrated Coastal Management should be promoted • Improvement of knowledge-based innovation • Solid Mutual Collaboration
  9. | | CIFOR-ICRAF brings more than 75 years of experience in harnessing the power of trees, forests, and agroforestry landscapes to address the most pressing global challenges of our time – biodiversity loss, climate change, food security, livelihoods and inequity. CIFOR and ICRAF are both international organizations and CGIAR Research Centers. MATURNUWUN