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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. Indonesian Constitutional Court Ruling Number 45/PUU-IX/2011 in Relation to Forest Lands - Implications for Forests, Development and REDD+ (2012)
15 May 2012
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The brief is intended to provide informed insight into the potential implications of the recent Constitutional Court Decision No.45/PUU-­‐IX/2011. For use by government, donor agencies and other concerned stakeholders, the brief aims to reduce confusion pertaining to the decision and identify how the likelihood of negative outcomes can be minimized. Recommendations provided in this brief are aligned towards identifying actions and key actors that can play a role in ensuring outcomes are to the greatest overall benefit vis-­‐à-­‐vis the national Government’s Green Growth agenda. Minister of Forestry Decree No SK.199/Menhut-II/2012 on Creation of The Preparatory Unit for The Macro Plan for Forestry Tenure (2012)
30 April 2012
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Indonesian Legal Brief - Revised Forest Moratorium Map (2011)
14 December 2011
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Preliminary Observations on the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry Decree SK.7416/Menhut-VII/IPSDH/2011: The First Revision of The Indicative Maps Concerning the Suspension of New Licenses for Forest and Peatland Utilisation (2011)
12 December 2011
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The new decree and revised indicative maps represent a further improvement in transparency, accountability and process that should be commended. The ongoing moratorium revision process, however, highlights weaknesses that may undermine Indonesia’s ability to achieve emission reduction targets in the absence of expanded support and a wider suite of actions and initiatives. In particular, within the context of the current moratorium map and PI (Presidential Instruction), a workable REDD+ mechanism is needed to incentivise real change in government planning (both national and regional), in the way forestry and agricultural sectors currently do business, and in the promotion of community-based forestry models. Presidential Regulation No 80 - 2011 on Trust Fund (2011)
10 November 2011
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Presidential Regulation No. 80 of 2011 dated November 10, 2011 on Trust Funds has been issued to implement Article 47 (2) of Government Regulation No. 10 of 2011 on Procedures for Receiving Foreign Loans and Grants (“PP 10/2011”). Article 47 of PP 10/2011 states that the government can receive grants in the form of money via a trust fund. This trust fund, pursuant to Article 47 (2) of PP 10/2011, must be regulated by a presidential regulation. Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia No 61 Year 2011 on The National Action Plan for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction (2011)
20 September 2011
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Presidential Regulation No. 61/ 2011 on the National Action Plan for Green House Gas Reduction, or RAN-GRK stipulates the targets for reducing emissions in five main fields, namely, forestry and peat land, agriculture, energy and transportation, industry and waste management, and other supporting activities. The action plan involves various elements, including ministries/non-ministerial agencies, regional governments, communities and private enterprises. Issuance of the presidential regulation was based on the agreement reached at the G20 Summit in Pittsburg in September 2009, the outcome of the 15th Conference of the Parties (COP-15) in Copenhagen in December 2009, and the outcome of COP-16 in Cancun, Mexico in December 2010 pertaining to reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in various sectors. Under the regulation the 2020 target for reduction of greenhouse gas emission is set at 26 percent from business-as-usual endeavors and at 41 percent if it also includes support from the international community. Presidential Decree of The President No 25 Year 2011Task Force for Preparing The Establishment of REDD Agency (2011)
08 September 2011
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According to Presidential Decree 25/2011,the task will be called REDD Institutional Units (satuan kelembagaan REDD) from now on and will be directly responsible to the President. Its duty will be to carry out the preparation for the implementation activities of the Letter of Intent “LoI” on Cooperation on Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation. The Presidential Decree described the scope of the task force’s duties, which should be completed by December 31, 2012. The task force’s first duty is to prepare the institutional establishment of REDD. Second, the task force must coordinate the compiling of the REDD national strategy. Third, the task force must setup the instruments and mechanisms for REDD funding. Fourth, the task force will prepare the establishment of an institution that will provide independent and reliable measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) REDD. Fifth, the task force will implement REDD activities in the first pilot province and develop the criteria for selecting the second pilot province. Finally, the task force will monitor the implementation of Presidential Directive No. 10/2011. 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. Preliminary Observations on The Indonesian Ministry of Forestry Decree SK.323/Menhut-II/2011 and Indicative Maps Concerning the Suspension of New Licenses for Forest and Peatland Utilisation (2011)
08 July 2011
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The Ministry of Forestry has now published a series of maps at a scale of 1:250,000 as an Indicative Map for the Moratorium on the Issuance New Licenses for the whole of Indonesia, along with a Ministerial Decree (SK 323/Menhut-II/2011) intended to elaborate its purpose and the process by which it shall be revised in the future. This report outlines a short set of observations pertaining to these new maps and the associated Ministerial decree. Guideline for Implementing Green House Gas Emission Reduction Action Plan (2011)
15 June 2011
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The Guideline for Implementing GHG Emission Reduction is a general guideline for Ministries/ Agencies, Local Governments (provincial, district, and city levels) with the objective to facilitateRAN/RAD-GRK implementation. An Analysis of Presidential Instruction No 10 - 2011 - Morotarium on Granting of New Licenses and Improvement of Natural Primary Forest & Peatland Governance (2011)
27 May 2011
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The long-awaited Presidential Instruction (PI) is envisaged to function as a cornerstone of Indonesia‟s emerging policy reform efforts to place the economy on a path toward sustainable low emissions development. As written, the PI on its own appears unlikely to guarantee the full range of fundamental changes to planning, coordination and transparency required to achieve 7/26. It is, nevertheless, an unprecedented, positive step forward with potential to be improved and strengthened significantly in the coming months. The PI must be viewed not in isolation, but rather as one part of a larger set of national and sub-national initiatives blending public sector leadership with private sector support and civil society participation to reform land use planning and forest management in Indonesia. Significant challenges lie ahead for implementation, but the PI lays out a vision and foundation for moving forward in a coordinated fashion to invigorate the process of reform underway. Presidential Instruction No 10 Year 2011 Regarding Suspension of Granting of New Licenses and Improvement of Governance of Natural Primary Forest and Peat Land
20 May 2011
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The Presidential Instruction No. 10/2011 limiting the issuance of licenses for conversion of forest or development of peat is one key deliverable forming part of a bilateral agreement outlined in the Letter of Intent (LoI) between the Government of the Republic of Indonesia (GoI) and the Government of the Kingdom of Norway on "Cooperation on reducing greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation"1. The LoI directly supports GoI‟s own voluntary targets of achieving 26% greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction by 2020 coupled with 7% economic growth (often referred to as the „7/26 objectives‟ for low emissions development). The Presidential Instruction (PI) forms two parts: (i) main text describing actions to be taken by GoI, and (ii) an indicative map of the areas over which such actions will be applied (the Map). This document is an analysis of the PI, covering content of the text, the Map, and key implications for the PI as a tool to assist Indonesia in progress toward achieving the 7/26 objectives. Minister of Forestry Regulation No P 50-Menhut-II-2010 The Method of Granting & Extending The Work Area of Forest Timber Products Utilisation Business Licenses (IUPHHK) in Natural Forests, Ecosystem Restoration IUPHHK, or Industrial Plantation Forests at
31 December 2010
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Minister of Forestry Regulation No. P.50/Menhut-II/2010, dated 31 December 2010, means that the applications of the 44 firms for plantation forestry licenses will be processed under the old rules, rather than the rules to be issued as part of the moratorium. The applications cover a total area of 2.9 million hectares. The majority of these 2.9 million hectares consists of secondary forest, while the remainder is covered by primary forest. PRESS RELEASE-President Selected Kalimantan Tengah as Pilot Province (2010)
30 December 2010
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President Yudhoyono announced the selection of Central Kalimantan as a pilot province to carry out pilot testing of the initial stage of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) in Indonesia. The selection by the President was conducted during the Cabinet meeting on 23 December 2010, where the President selected Kalimantan Tengah out of nine forested provinces, upon receiving a report by Dr. Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, Head of the President's Delivery Unit for Development Monitoring and Oversight (UKP4), who also assigned by the President as the Chairman of the Task Force for the Preparation of REDD+ Institutional Establishment (REDD+ Task Force).

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