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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25-07-2012

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One of FGD participant from Finance Ministry questions the optimism of Dharsono Hartono, the owner of PT. Rimba Makmur Utama,  on peat forest restoration and conservation project in Katingan and Kotawaringin Timur. One of FGD participant from Finance Ministry questions the optimism of Dharsono Hartono, the owner of PT. Rimba Makmur Utama, on peat forest restoration and conservation project in Katingan and Kotawaringin Timur. (Photo: Leoni Rahmawati)

A number of leading financial business players and observers in Indonesia engage in knowledge enhancement in relation with the future combination of business and environmental conservation. The knowledge is about REDD+  and an international cooperation scheme to help cut down atmospheric greenhouse gas by curbing forest degradation. This is done by providing incentive to multistakeholders involving in such forest degradation prevention. 

 

Funding Instrument Working Group of the REDD+ Task Force Jakarta held a discussion entitling “REDD+ 101: Opportunity in REDD+ Investment”. The discussion marked the commencement of series of discussion on REDD+ relationship with business which will be held up to December 2012.

The discussion with about 60 participants  here was held at Le Meridien Hotel Jakarta on July 25, 2012. They come from financial and investment components including  practitioners of banking, security, finance consultant, and government. 

Four keynote speakers led the discussion including Agus Sari, the chair of Funding Instrument Working Group of REDD+ Task Force, who explains REDD+, Iwan Wibisono, a forestry expert of the same Working Group, and Irfa Ampri, Ph.D., the head of Climate Change Financing and Multilateral Policy Center of the Finance Ministry.

“REDD+ is deemed an opportunity to provide financial benefit to forest without cutting instead of forest with cutting. Thus, this opportunity will create a new industry which requires attentive focus, good research, in-depth risk analysis on its sustainability,” said Agus Sari.

Similarly, Irfa Ampri said that REDD+ could be regarded as a way to boost up economic growth. With good management, REDD+, green economy, and sustainable development will not threat the national development goal, high economic growth. In fact, this will help ease the goal achievement.

The confidence on business potential from international framework of environmental conservation here has encouraged P.T. Rimba Makmur Utama to develop peat land restoration and conservation in Katingan and Kotawaringin Timur, South Kalimantan. Director of Rimba Makmur Utama, Dharsono Hartono, expressed his optimism noting that preserving environment will in turn provide significant benefit as it is the case with other business. However, all processes are underway currently. 

As to Dharsono Hartono, there are three crucial things in this light, namely license, market, and incentive. “Would the management of those three points here be not well-prepared, Indonesia can hardly get REDD+ benefit despite the fact that our country is deemed one of the countries with largest forest in the world,” said Dharsono highlighting argument on high transaction value for business development due to various uncertainty.

Dharsono’s will meets the need. Agus Sari asserted that that is the job of his Working Group to ensure the availability of an international standard financial instrument for REDD+ implementation in Indonesia. Working quality would be hardly attainable without financial business support. “Therefore, socialization through this sort of forum is needed indeed,” said Agus Sari.

On the other hand, however, some participants admitted that they had just known REDD+ terminology and its potential business through this discussion forum. They expressed their interest to know further the issue. For the reason, Agus pledged the next forum would be held by involving more practitioners, regulators, and other financial business observers.

 

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)

 

   

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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