Video Collection of Webinar Series "Managing the Remaining Forest"

Video Collection of Webinar Series "Managing the Remaining Forest"

Indonesia - 14 June, 2021

Webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forest" series#19 Learning from Forest Entrepreneurs

Assistance after obtaining a Social Forestry (SF) permit plays a major role in supporting the success of community businesses. "Currently, there have been so many efforts from civil institutions to assist the community to obtain SF permits, but the success of the community (conducting social forestry business) is apparently largely determined by the assistance carried out after obtaining the permit," said Edi Purwanto, Director of Tropenbos Indonesia in the webinar series #19 "Managing the Remaining Forests" held on Saturday, June 5, 2021 which raised the topic "Learning from Forest Entrepreneurs". Read more...

Webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forest" series#18 Implications of forest resources management after Omnibus Law

Setelah membahas topik terkait Undang-Undang Cipta Kerja (UUCK) No.11/2020 dalam dua webinar terdahulu, webinar series Tropenbos Indonesia “Mengelola Yang Tersisa” #18 ini kembali mengulas topik seputar implikasi UUCK terhadap pengelolaan sumber daya hutan (SDH). Hadir sebagai narasumber adalah para pakar di bidang perhutanan sosial, baik dari perwakilan pemerintah, akademisi, maupun praktisi. Read more...

Webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forest" series#17 Protecting the Archipelago’s* Animals (*Java and Sumatra)

Managing the remaining forest also means managing biodiversity including wildlife, especially the types that are now increasingly rare or even endangered, such as elephants, tigers and rhinos. According to Wiratno, Director General of Conservation of Natural Resources and Ecosystem (KSDAE), Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK), various types of protected mammals are also found outside conservation areas, such as in production forest, in oil palm plantation, in rubber plantation, in industrial plantation forest (HTI), and so on. Read more...

Webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forest" series#16 NDC & Climate Resilience

The Indonesian government already has a national climate action plan that includes targets, policies, and various efforts in response to the issue of climate change, as well as contributing to achieving global targets according to the ratification of the Paris Agreement in 2016. "The Ministry of Environment and Forestry ( KLHK) has already committed to do some efforts both in mitigation and adaptation," said Sri Tantri Arundhati, Director of Climate Change Adaptation, Directorate General of Climate Change Control (Ditjen PPI), KLHK in a webinar entitled "NDC & Climate Resilience" organized by Tropenbos Indonesia (TI) on Saturday 17 April 2021. Read more...

Webinar Series "Managing the Remaining Forest" series#15 UUCK and Multi-business Forestry

What types of multi-business model in business permit's working area? In the webinar organized by Tropenbos Indonesia, March 20, 2021, Bambang Hendroyono, Secretary General of the Ministry of Forestry and Environment (MoEF), gave examples of several types of existing businesses such as multi-business agroforestry, development of food crops such as rice and vegetables, sylvopasture, carbon and environmental services, and Energy Garden such as bamboo and sorghum cultivation for Biomass Power Plants and animal food. Read more...

Webinar Series "Managing the Remaining Forest" series#14 UUCK and Our Forestry

Tropenbos Indonesia held the 14th event of webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forests" entitled "UUCK and Our Forestry" on Saturday, March 6, 2021. The speakers in this webinar were the Secretary General of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Bambang Hendroyono, who in this webinar gave a presentation entitled "Landscape-Based Forestry Development", the Director of FORICA and Deputy Director of the Center for Science of Oil Palm Instiper Yogyakarta, Agus Setyarso, who gave a presentation entitled "KPH Towards the Implementation of UUCK ”, and the Head of the Environment and Forestry Agency of West Nusa Tenggara Province (NTB), Madani Mukarom, who gave a presentation entitled“ Strengthening KPH in NTB ”. Read more...

Webinar Series “Managing the Remaining Forests” series#13 Learning from Disasters

What can we learn from disasters? In fact, a lot. At least, it can be seen from the 13th Tropenbos Indonesia webinar event "Managing the Remaining Forests", which this time entitled "Learning from Disasters". This event presented three speakers: Een Irawan Putra, Executive Director of Rekam Nusantara Foundation who is also a Special Staff of the Head of BNPB (National Disaster Management Agency), Edi Purwanto, Director of Tropenbos Indonesia, and Lecturer of FEMA (Faculty of Human Ecology) IPB who is also an expert in Political Ecology Disaster, Soeryo Adiwibowo. More than 200 participants took part in this webinar which was held on Saturday, January 29, 2021. Read more...

Webinar Series "Managing the Remaining Forests" series# 12 What happens to the management of our watershed?

Since the 1970s until today, various reforestation programs in watershed areas (DAS) have been carried out through various activities. But still, during the rainy season the news of floods and landslides continued to spread, as well as in the dry season, forest and land fires and long drought continued. "This shows that the watershed management is not as expected, even though various efforts have been done," said the Director of Tropenbos Indonesia, Edi Purwanto, in the webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forests", which this time raised the theme "What happens to the management of our watersheds.” More than 300 participants took part in this webinar either via zoom or youtube link. Read more...

Webinar Series "Managing the Remaining Forests" series# 11 Village SDGs and Strengthening Village Natural Resources Governance

After the previous webinar was successful, the 11th webinar series "Managing the Remaining" was held again by Tropenbos Indonesia with the theme "Village SDGs and Strengthening Village Natural Resources Governance” on 5 December 2020. More than 300 participants participated in this webinar which presented resource experts Samsul Widodo, Director General of Development of Disadvantaged Regions (PDT), the Ministry of Village, Development of Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration, Hunggul Yudhono, Researcher of BP2 LHK Makassar, and Director of Tropenbos Indonesia, Edi Purwanto. Read more...

Webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forest" Series #10 Mitigation of Infrastructur Development in Forest Area

The rapid development of infrastructure as well as business and economic activities such as mining or plantation activities have put pressure on forest areas. For this reason, it is necessary to mitigate the impact of these various activities on the forest so that what is left can be protected and sustainable. That is the message that emerged from the Tropenbos Indonesia # 10 webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forests" which this time raised a topic "Mitigation of Infrastructure Development in Forest Areas". Read more... 

 

Webinar series “Managing the Remaining Forest” Series #9 Learning Ecotourism from Operation Wallacea

Opwall's experience in designing ecotourism programs and marketing them worldwide, together with the Yayasan Operasi Wallacea Terpadu (OWT) experience in assisting ecotourism development in the Sungai Lesan Protected Forest (HLSL), Berau, East Kalimantan with sources from the Kalimantan Tropical Forestry Conservation Act (TFCA) Kalimantan Program became the topic of discussion on the 9th series of Tropenbos Indonesia webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forests". Read more...

 

Webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forest" Series #8 Quo Vadis Our Production Forest?

What is the situation of the production forest in Indonesia? What about its productivity? How will it contribute to the Indonesian economy? Those are some of the topics discussed in the 8th Tropenbos Indonesia webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forests", entitled "Quo Vadis Our Production Forest". Read more...

 

Webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forest" Series #7 Local Wisdom in the Era of Climate Change 

In the life of an agrarian society in the past, especially in Java, there was a local wisdom called "pranata mangsa", a rule to mark seasons or a "calendar" of farming, which is now unfortunately getting vanished. Read more...

 

Webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forest" Series#6 Future of Agro-commodities in Forest Area

Forest is not a white paper, there is history, with a variety of people's dependency on forest, they shape a variety of cultures throughout the country. That is what the Director General of Natural Resources and Ecosystem Conservation (KSDAE), Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK), Ir. Wiratno, MSc. said, in the 6th Tropenbos Indonesia webinar series entitled "The Future of Agro-Commodities in Forest Areas", 26 September 2020. Read more...

 

Webinar series "Managing the Remaining Forest" Series#5 Governance and smart practice in Protection Forest

According to Law No.41/1999, protection Forest has the main function of protecting life support systems to regulate water management, prevent flooding, control erosion, prevent sea water intrusion and maintain soil fertility. Its use is limited to area utilization, environmental services (hydrological function) and utilization of NTFPs (PP 34/2002). Read more...

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Webinar Series “Managing the Remaining Forests” Series #4. Building biodiversity resilience from our terrace

Start preserving biodiversity from our own terrace. The green yard with all kind of trees will give our children a chance to learn about nature and being close to the nature. Having free wildlife in our surrounding is much better than keeping them in cage and their existence will very much depend on a suitable environment as their habitat. Read more...

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Webinar Series “Managing the Remaining Forests” Series# 3 Conservation Nationalism Movement

Culture and natural resources are like a double-edged piece. Through culture, people understand their environment and their experience as the guide for behavior. The absence of cultural ties in a community will eventually lead to a tragedy where everyone will feel fine to exploit nature because other people do the same. Read more...

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Webinar Series “Managing the Remaining Forests” Series# 2 Building a Village-Based Conservation Movement

The conservation movement will only be successful by involving the community who live mostly in rural areas. Currently, there are around 74,953 villages in Indonesia and 25,863 of them are forest villages. From this data, only about 35% have village boundaries, and 13,000 villages are still in conflict status. Meanwhile, of the approximately 37 million inhabitants of forest villages, 18% of them are still classified as poor. Read more...

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Video of Webinar Series “Managing the Remaining Forests” Series# 1. Conservation outside the conservation area

The role of forests has become increasingly important in the midst of climate change, especially under the threats of various disasters which, if traced, are also the impact of forest destruction. F and land fires, and even zoonotic diseases are only some examples of deforestation impact. Preserving the remaining forest is now no longer a 'choice' but a 'must'. Read more...

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