Presentasi berjudul: "Conservation Program in West Kalimantan, Indonesia Presented to GIZ Scoping Mission on Deforestation Free Supply Chains Pontianak, 3 April 2016 WWF-Indonesia."— Transcript presentasi:
Conservation Program in West Kalimantan, Indonesia Presented to GIZ Scoping Mission on Deforestation Free Supply Chains Pontianak, 3 April 2016 WWF-Indonesia Expose
- Arabela landscape: 2,000,000 ha - Hulu Kapuas landscape: 4.3 juta ha - Paloh landseascape: 1,100,000 ha - Pawan-Kubu landseascape: 3,300,000 ha Landscape Approach
Main Program in West Kalimantan, including HoB 5 Expose Conservation Program in West Kalimantan WWF-Indonesia West Kalimantan Program Conservation Management 3 national parks (1.112.000 ha), key species (orangutan, sea turtle, proboscis monkey, irawady dolphin), 6 indigenous community conserved areas/ICCAs) Ecosystem Services ecotourism, payment for water services, carbon stock, beauty landscape, renewable energy Social Development & Sustainable Livelihood organic farming, wild honey bee, revolving fund, women empowerment, rubber plantation Communication & Campaign Panda CLICK!, media engagement, media development, environmental education Legal and Policy capacity building & technical assistance for law enforcer, case tracking of environmental crime, engagement environmental and natural resources policy. Forest Program restoration, agro-forestry enrichment, joint patrol, reducing avoid forest conversion, BMP, forest certification (GFTN)
Targets Transformation of consumption ethics and lifestyle towards lower footprint Best management and social practices for key commodities Good governance of ecosystem goods and services Habitat and species conservation management in priority places 1 Leveraging public and private funding and empowerment of civil society 2 3 4 5 GOAL: Natural assets particulary biodiversity and ecosystem services in key landscapes and seascapes in Indonesia are conserved and valued, effectively and sustainably used, and equitably governed, to secure long-term social, economic and environmental benefits, as the basis for well-being. WWF Indonesia is recognized as a leading civil organization in promoting conservation, and sustainable, equitable development by means of leveraging appropriate financial resources and partnerships, and engaging active public participation in the transformation of consumption ethics and lifestyle towards sustainability and fairness.
Rubber: demand vs supply Rubber Commodity (plantation) 2005201020152020202520302035 Global demand 8,499,5310,6011,6812,7813,8915,03 Indonesia supply 1,932,252,703,503,894,515,11
No.Location Area (Ha) Rejuvenation as needed (Ha) Number of Household (HH) Ownership per HH (Ha) 1Pontianak 40.925 14.648 19.5352,1 2Landak 69.910 5.353 30.0312,3 3Sambas 49.053 14.413 30.0891,6 4Bengkayang 49.894 11.552 28.7781,7 5Singkawang 8.812 3.661 4.0442,2 6Sanggau 112.042 17.198 56.8311,9 7Sintang 80.120 8.119 37.6752,1 8Kapuas Hulu 29.896 3.095 19.7321,5 9Ketapang 22.622 5.853 17.6401,2 Total 464.274 83.892 244.3551,9 Size Area of Rubber Plantation in District Level in West Kalimantan
Intervention West Kalimantan Plantation Agency till 2017 areas of 183.892 ha in 9 districts through : (1) Community Rubber Plantation Development Program (PROBANGKARA), (2) Plantation Development Program Border Region (PROBANGTASAN) and (3) Integrated Agribusiness in Region (KUAT) Restoration Program in Kapuas Hulu: 5 villages in Northern Putussibau, 6 villages in Batang Lupar sub-district (Lanjak) and 3 villages in Mentebah sub-district. 40% of commodity is RUBBER.
Farmer (producer) Traders I – sub-village Traders II - village Traders III – sub-district Collectors in Sintang/Putussibau Rubber factory in Sintang, Sanggau or Pontianak Broker in sub-district capital of Badau RUBBER Supply chain in Kapuas Hulu
Green Economy in the Heart of Borneo “Integrating conservation, economic development and well-being of communities across the Heart of Borneo Corridor” (03.2016 – 09.2019) Output I: A transboundary Green Economy Management Concept for the pilot region within the HoB Corridor is developed in support of and for acceptance by government authorities, including a transboundary Land-use Plan and a Green Economy Action Plan. Output II: Among plantation companies, as well as their buyers and investors awareness is raised and capacities are developed about environmentally-friendly business practices for production of palm oil and timber. Output III: Several local communities are empowered to co-manage natural resources in a sustainable manner and according to the concept of a green economy. Output IV: The development and implementation of the green economy management concept within the Heart of Borneo Corridor are promoted for replication across the whole Heart of Borneo and in critical conservation areas internationally Output V: The development and execution of internal management structures leads to an effective, transparent and successful implementation of the project.
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