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Forest landscape restoration through behaviour change (Unique, Bit)

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Day 1 (16.00)

(http://events.globallandscapesforum.org/agenda/bonn-2017/day-1/discussion-forums-3-parallel-sessions/land-use-change-behaviour-change/)

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Forest landscape restoration through behaviour change (Unique, Bit)

  1. 1. Forest Landscape Restoration through behaviour change Fairventures Worldwide gGmbH fairventures_worldwide facebook.com/fairventures
  2. 2. Kalimantan, Indonesia
  3. 3. Forest Cover 2000
  4. 4. Forest Cover 2015 Reasons: • Logging • Palm Oil • Unsustainable agricultural practices • Population pressure
  5. 5. Intensive community work leads to behaviour change • Community meetings • Peer to peer learning • Study tours • Individual consultancy with farmers • Training by local trainers
  6. 6. Alternative farming practices • Reforestation with fast growing lightwoods • Organic agriculture • Compost production
  7. 7. Remaining Forests --> Cultivation of NTFPs (Rattan etc.) Degraded areas --> Multi-species plantings (Fast growing lightwood + cash crops + vegetables) Community changes farming practices Protected forests --> Minimal intensity management, wild collection
  8. 8. Before: Degraded area in May 2016
  9. 9. After: Same area in May 2017
  10. 10. After two years…
  11. 11. Additional example from our other program component Furniture competition: New designs can shift consumer perceptions! Lightwood as a material for furniture instead of hardwood
  12. 12. Fairventures Worldwide FVW gGmbH Panduh Tukat panduh.tukat@fairventures.org fairventures.org / karte.1mtrees.org fairventures_worldwide facebook.com/fairventures Thank you for your kind attention!

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