Indonesia

Working Landscape Project: Promoting sustainable use of forests and trees for people and climate

Starting in 2019, Tropenbos Indonesia involves in a project called “Working Landscape, Promoting sustainable use of forests and trees for people and climate”. This project promotes climate smart landscapes in the tropics and contributes to climate change mitigation, adaptation, improved livelihoods and environmental integrity, which are crucial to support the achievement of the world’s commitment to Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Indonesia

Mobilising more finance for climate action

Mobilising More 4 Climate (MoMo4C) is a five-year program that aims to bring together entrepreneurs, firms, policymakers, investors and civil society organisations to make green business propositions that tackle the impacts and causes of climate change at a landscape level in developing countries, and to attract investments to implement these initiatives.

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Indonesia

Forest Restoration and Rehabilitation Program

Having concern on the widespread deforestation and forest degradation in Kalimantan due to mining, agriculture, plantation and other extractive industries, as well as infrastructure development and settlement, Tropenbos Indonesia has set up collaboration through the signed MoU with ELTI (Environmental Leadership Training Initiative) to improve human resources capacity coming from the government agencies, NGOs, universities, private companies and other related organizations/institutions which have the potential to do the rehabilitation and forest restoration activities.

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Indonesia

GLA Program

The Green Livelihoods Alliance (GLA) is a collaborative program between Milieudefensie, IUCN Netherlands and Tropenbos International, in a strategic partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. The program is carried out in 9 countries: Ghana, DR Congo, Nigeria, Uganda, Bolivia, Paraguay, Vietnam, Philippines, and Indonesia.

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Indonesia

Mainstreaming the High Conservation Values Area Approach in Indonesia

Since the introduction of the High Conservation Values (HCV) concept in the 1990s, many HCV areas have been identified in forest concessions, oil palm plantations and other production areas. HCVs within production areas make a significant contribution to protecting and maintaining the entire landscape.

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