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26 September 2019 Indonesia

Job Vacancy : Project Coordinator for Mobilising More 4 Climate (MoMo4C)

Mobilising More for Climate (MoMo4C) is a program that aims to contribute to inclusive climate resilient landscapes where multiple stakeholders, including local communities and private actors, collaborate on managing the role that ecosystems play in climate adaptation, mitigation and sustainable development. The program is implemented by the partners IUCN-NL, WWF-NL and Tropenbos International (TBI) network, in six landscapes in five countries, where Tropenbos Indonesia (TI) is responsible for the implementation of the program in the landscape Ketapang-Kayong Utara, in the West Kalimantan province. The program seeks to address climate action in relation to ecosystem services and a series of commodities based on different landscape based approaches. It proposes to develop innovative, sustainable business and finance models that can be scaled up and out to other landscapes and other countries. Simultaneously, it proposes to strengthen and work with local organizations and build on previous landscape experiences. TI collaborates with TBI in the Netherlands in the implementation of MoMo4C.

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07 July 2019 Indonesia

Mainstreaming HCV in the Mining sector: Need to emphasis on developing practical guidelines on HCV management, monitoring and reporting

Jakarta, JS Luwansa Hotel, Wednesday, July 3, 2019. Dr. Edi Purwanto, Director Yayasan Tropenbos Indonesia (TI), was invited by the Indonesian Business Council on Sustainable Development (IBCSD) to share ideas on efforts to mainstream ecosystem and environment conservation in the mining sector.

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29 May 2019 Indonesia

The strategic role of stakeholder mapping and engagement on KEE development

Directorate of Essential Ecosystem Areas Management (BPKEE), Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF), as part of their role to provide norm, standards and guidance to regional government, have been in the process of developing guidance on stakeholder mapping (SM) and engagement (SE) on KEE (Essential Ecosystem Areas) development. On Tuesday, 28 May 2019, Director of Tropenbos Indonesia, Edi Purwanto was invited by BPKEE to present his ideas on this issue, his inputs during the meeting is summarized below.

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22 May 2019 Indonesia

Public Expose of HCV Study in West Sumatra

Since February 2019, Tropenbos Indonesia has been supporting KKI WARSI in the identification of High Conservation Value (HCV) areas in West Sumatra Province. The concept of HCV that was formerly applied in forestry sector has now been widely adopted in other sectors. Today, conservation advocacy and various kinds of land use planning have also incorporated HCV concept to manage and increase conservation functions and values of the managed areas.

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09 May 2019 Indonesia

The importance of stakeholders mapping and engagement in KEE development

On Wednesday, May 8, 2019, Director of Tropenbos Indonesia (TI), Edi Purwanto, discussed new TI's Policy Brief entitled “Conservation Outside of Protected Areas: Lessons from West Kalimantan” with the Directorate of Essential Ecosystem Areas (Kawasan Ekosistem Esensial/KEE) Management (BPKEE), Directorate General of Conservation Areas and Ecosystem, Ministry of Environment and Forestry.

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17 December 2018 Indonesia

MoU on EEA Management of Orangutan Corridor in Sungai Putri – Gunung Tarak – Gunung Palung Landscape

The management of Essential Ecosystem Areas (KEE) Orangutan Corridor in Sungai Putri - Gunung Tarak - Gunung Palung Landscape has become a joint commitment outlined in a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in a meeting at the West Kalimantan Provincial Forest Service Office on Thursday, November 22, 2018. Nine institutions that signed the MoU were the Directorate of Essential Ecosystem Management (BPEE) MoEF, West Kalimantan Forest Agency, Bappeda Ketapang, PT Kayung Agro Lestari, PT Gemilang Makmur Subur, PT Laman Mining, Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH), International Animal Rescue Indonesia (YIARI), and Tropenbos Indonesia (TI).

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