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Forest Investment Program (FIP) - Indonesia Forest Investment Plan (2012)
26 September 2012
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Forest Investment Program or the Forest Investment Programme (FIP) is one of the strategic funding climate-related programs under the Climate Investment Funds (CIF). FIP supports the efforts of developing countries to reduce deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) and to improve sustainable forest management (SFM), which reduces emissions of carbon savings and protection. Indonesia is one of the 8 (eight) pilot countries (pilot country) around the world participating in the FIP and has secured funding commitments to the allocation of funding FIP grant and soft loans. The Government of Indonesia with Multi Development Banks / MDBs (World Bank, ADB and IFC) is finalizing the Forestry Investment Plan (Forest Investment Plan) Indonesia conducted through a process of consultation with various parties. The MDBs is expecting feedback to this document at the latest on October 10th 2012 at indonesia.fip@gmail.com Development of The Indonesian NAMAs Framework (2012)
25 August 2012
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This report provides guidance on how to establish NAMAs across different sectors in Indonesia. It outlines the key steps when establishing NAMAs towards a multi-sectoral GHG mitigation framework. Key steps comprise the establishment of asectoral baselines and the aggregation into a multi-sectoral baseline, potential mitigation actions of sectors, national business as usual baseline and aggregated mitigation actions, and the way to select in meeting the national emission reduction target in line with national development priorities. This document also contains a more detailed description on several sectors and sub-sectors, namely power, transportation & industry as subsectors of the energy sector as well as the waste and land based sector. The Context of REDD+ in Indonesia (2012)
09 August 2012
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This country profile reviews the drivers of deforestation and forest degradation, sets out the institutional, political and economic environment within which REDD+ is being implemented in Indonesia, and documents the process of national REDD+ policy development during the period 2007–2011. There are clearly contextual challenges that need to be addressed in order to create the enabling conditions for REDD+ and to improve the governance of Indonesia’s forests more broadly. The aim of this country profile is to provide an objective picture of conditions within the forestry and related sectors in relation to REDD+ implementation. It is part of the Global Comparative Study (GCS) on REDD+ undertaken by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). The aim of these country profiles is to inform decision-makers, practitioners and donors of opportunities and challenges in implementing a REDD+ mechanism, in order to support evidence-based REDD+ decision-making processes REDD+ National Strategy (2012)
15 June 2012
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The REDD+ National Strategy has been formulated, by Indonesian REDD+ Task Force, with the following intent: 1. To prepare an effective institutional system to implement the REDD+ program; 2. To provide a basis and direction for integrated governance and regulatory systems to ensure the implementation of the REDD+ scheme; 3. Develop systematic and consolidated processes and approaches to save Indonesia's natural forests and the flora and fauna within them; and 4. Provide a reference for the expansion of investment in the utilization of forests and peatlands for the production of forest and/or agricultural commodities, and the provision of ecosystem services that include the conservation and accumulation of carbon stocks. Matrix - Climate Change Related Donor Activities in Indonesia (per May 2012)
22 May 2012
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One Year Reflection on Moratorium Policy & Indonesian Civil Society Recommendations for Strengthening and Extending the Deforestation Moratorium -
21 May 2012
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This document summarises the assessment of Indonesian civil society organisations on the 6irst year of the deforestation moratorium, focusing on two important aspects. First, we provide an analysis of the Presidential Instruction on the suspension of new concessions (Inpres No 10/2011), detailing the policy improvements needed. Secondly, we offer recommendations for a different approach and an overhaul of the entire legal system governing forestry in Indonesia, an aspect not previously addressed by advocacy groups. Indonesia's Moratorium on New Forest Concessions - Key Findings and Next Steps (2012)
15 February 2012
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The Indonesian moratorium on the award of new licenses in primary natural forests and peat lands, announced in May 2011, is an important step for improving management of forest resources by "pausing" business-as-usual and allowing time to implement reforms.  To quantify the moratorium’s coverage, exemptions, encroachments, and additionality (i.e., whether the moratorium extends protection to land not already protected), the World Resources Institute (WRI) analyzed the indicative moratorium map released by the Ministry of Forestry in July 2011. The objective of the analysis was to better characterize the moratorium’s potential impacts and identify opportunities for improvement. The analysis concluded that the moratorium in its current state will not contribute to Indonesia’s greenhouse gas emission reduction goal of 26 percent by 2020. Although there are 43.3 million hectares (ha) of primary forests   and peat lands and significant carbon stocks within the boundaries of the indicative moratorium map (IMM), the questionable status of secondary forests, the exemption of existing concessions, and the limited enforcement of the moratorium boundaries may result in gains being negated by other land-use emissions. Nonetheless, long-term positive impacts can still be achieved if significant governance reforms are accomplished during the moratorium period. Presentation - Operationalizing The REDD+ National Strategy (2012)
03 February 2012
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Speech By President - Forest Indonesia Conference : Alternative Futures To Meet Demands For Food, Fibre, Fuel, and REDD+ (2011)
27 September 2011
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President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono stated his commitment to ensure sustainable development of the country’s environment and forests. “I will continue my work and dedicate the last three years of my term as president to deliver enduring results that will sustain and enhance the environment and forests of Indonesia,” Yudhoyono said in a speech in his opening address at the Forests Indonesia Conference. MoU between GoIndonesia and The United Nations System on the Framework for Cooperation With and Support for The National REDD+ Programme in The Republic of Indonesia (2011)
20 September 2011
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Press Release - Task Force REDD+ and Central Kalimantan Signs Cooperation on REDD+ Implementation (2011)
16 September 2011
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  Jakarta, 16 September 2011 – The Task Force for Institutional Development of REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) Agency and Government of Central Kalimantan Province undertakes cooperation on REDD+ pilot implementation in Central Kalimantan Province. Green Growth in Central Kalimantan (2011)
15 September 2011
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Peatlands in Indonesia's National REDD+ Strategy - Responding to the Public Consultation of the Draft National REDD+ Strategy of Indonesia Issued on August 18, 2011 (2011)
18 August 2011
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This report provides critical input into the National REDD+ Strategy of Indonesia, but can also provide guidelines for other countries with significant peatland carbon stocks and emissions. From a climate mitigation perspective we suggest that on a worldwide scale peatland areas (which cover only 3% of the world, but hold 10% of the world’s freshwater and 30% of all soil carbon) should be treated as no-go-zones or Protected Areas. REDD+ National Strategy - Final Draft for Disclosure (Bahasa Version - 2011)
15 August 2011
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The Government of Indonesia, through the President’s Unit for Development Control and Monitoring (UKP4), has launched a public disclosure process to stimulate and encourage inputs for the National Strategy for REDD+, a mechanism to give incentives for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation.“Public input is important to produce a national REDD+ strategy that can be successfully carried out. This will determine the success of REDD+,” said UKP4 in its announcement on 17 August 2011. Opinions and suggestions can be submitted for the next 30 days by e-mailing UKP4 and must include details of the person or institutions submitting their input. DNPI Green Review on REDD+ (2011)
15 June 2011
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DNPI Green Review is a serial of thematic publications designed to reach broader audiences who interested in mitigation issues and related aspects such as finance, technology, capacity building, and innovation systems in the framework of low carbon economy. The contributors might be the preeminent thinkers, practitioners as well as green innovators who lead minds and landmark ideas to be implemented on the ground. The ideas expressed in this series are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent view of DNPI or their respective affiliated organizations or the endorsement of any approach described herein. However, the content is peer reviewed internally and externally. DNPI encourages free dissemination of this work for non commercial purposes. Portions of the documents may be quoted or reproduced without any charge, provided the source is acknowledge.

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