Announcement: Closing of the REDD+ Task Force website

In accordance with the end of the REDD+ Task Force mandate as specified in the Presidential Decree No. 5/2013, as of 30 June 2013, this Satgasreddplus.org website will no longer be maintained and will be moved for future requirements.
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REDD+ in Indonesia

In October 2009, President of Republic of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has committed to reduce the CO2 emissions in Indonesia by 26% with business as usual scenario in 2020. It is a big commitment for a country with increasing economic power, and Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono also has committed to reduce greenhouse emissions by 40% with international support.

Norway Government welcomed the commitment and agreed to sign the Letter of Intent (LoI) on May 26, 2010. Norway Government will aid Indonesia based on the verified emissions reduction that is in line with the scheme of REDD+.

Strategies of REDD+ in Indonesia are intended for sustainable preservation of natural resources as the national assets for the sake of nation’s welfare. The objective can be achieved through the implementation in 5 functional areas; institution development, process to guarantee the improvement in forest and peat land governance, reviewing and improving the regulations framework, launching the strategic program  which including landscape management, paradigm shift and prominent stakeholders’ engagement in a concerted manner.

Central Kalimantan was selected as the pilot province of REDD+, as the pilot province, Central Kalimantan will be a laboratory to test and try the implementation of the functional areas mentioned above, while other provinces in Indonesia will implement the strategies of REDD+ by adjusting it following the interest of each province.

For the implementation at the provincial level and national level, REDD+ Task Force will establish an institution to monitor, coordinate, and implement REDD+’s activities; and other institution to monitor, report and verify the implementation. At the same time, funding instrument will be stipulated to ensure the availability of the fund.

Indonesian Government has committed to implement 2 years of new licenses suspension in primary forest and peat land, which also known as moratorium. The two years of suspension is governed by the President of the Republic of Indonesia in Presidential Instruction No. 10/2011. This moratorium will provide an opportunity for Indonesia to assess the economic growth and its implication on the natural resources. During this period, Indonesia will strive so that less negative implications will occur and also help in finding solution, regardless of the business as usual scheme, to imprint new development steps.

 

Publications

Proyek REDD+ Bersama Masyarakat
Informasi Sekber REDD+
April 2013
(Newsletter, 1.0 MB)

 

DVD Booklet
REDD+ Indonesia
Catalyst for Change
(Booklet, 1.2 MB)

 

Strategi Daerah REDD+ Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah
(Dokumen, 120 MB)

Moving Towards Sustainability
(Booklet, 5.4 MB)

REDD+ dan Satgas Kelembagaan REDD+: Sebuah Pengantar
(Booklet, 900 KB)

REDD+ in Indonesia
(Flyer, 3 MB)
(Indonesia)
(English)

Catalyst for Change
(Book, 23.7 MB)

Overview Special Project ex-MRP Central Kalimantan
(Flyer, 2 MB)

 

Laporan Akhir Tahun 2012 Sekretariat Bersama REDD+ Kalimantan Tengah
(E-Book, 7 MB)

Staying the Course Sustainably
AsiaViews
October 2012
(Magazine, 1.9 MB)

 

Bali Ten Years After
AsiaViews
November 2012
(Magazine, 1.2 MB)

 

Life on The Edge
AsiaViews
Desember 2012
(Magazine, 2 MB)

 

Staying the Course Sustainably
AsiaViews
Januari 2013
(Magazine, 1.9 MB)

 

Bali Ten Years After
AsiaViews
Februari 2013
(Magazine, 1.2 MB)

 

Life on The Edge
AsiaViews
Maret 2013
(Magazine, 2 MB)

 

Penegakan Hukum Multidoor
(Factsheet, 900 KB)

 

Executive Summary Pedoman Penanganan Perkara Multidoor Kasus SDA-LH
(Executive Summary, 750 KB)

 

Buku Best Practice Education for Sustainable Development

(Book, 3.3 MB)

 

Laporan Kemajuan Pelaksanaan Kegiatan,
Sekber REDD+ Kalimantan Tengah

(Booklet, 6.7 MB)

 

   

Greetings from REDD+ Task Force

"For Indonesia to be able to manifest high economic value from its protected forests, it will need to intelligently acknowledge the value of ancient wisdom held by its remaining ‘adat’ communities who are still managing forests in a sustainable way by protecting their tenurial rights." 

Chandra Kirana,
Chair Communication and Stakeholder Enggagement Working Group
REDD+ Task Force 


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Reference Emission Level

Tingkat Emisi Rujukan (Reference Emission Level) Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah

Download 
(PDF, 14.6 MB)
 

MRV Strategy and Implementation Plan

Indonesian REDD+ National Strategy

Download IMM Rev. IV


Download Third Revision of Indicative Moratorium Map (IMM). IMM Rev.4 (47.5 MB); IMM Rev.3 (47.3 MB); IMM Rev.2 (49 MB); IMM Rev.1 (71 MB); IMM Rev.0 (104 MB). SK.2796/Menhut-VII/IPSDH/2013.

Third IMM revision visualisation can be check through this link: ukp.go.id and webgis.dephut.go.id

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