This preliminary study aims at identifying the types of peat restoration conducted by the private sector in Indonesia between 2015-2018 and the drivers of their restoration activities.
Stronger Partnerships for More Effective and Sustainable Ecosystem Restoration in Conservation Areas in Indonesia
Approximately 2 million hectares of degraded forest in Indonesia are located in conservation areas, including national parks, natural reserves, and wildlife reserves. With such large size of degraded land, restoration is inevitable.
Improving transparency of concessions data—the who, what, when and where of commercial activities that drive over 60% of global deforestation—is critical to preventing forest loss.
The infographic illustrates the importance of natural infrastructure in securing the lasting health of watersheds that supply clean water
Definition and benefits of forests and landscape restoration
On Track from Paris maps implementation milestones of key elements of the Paris Agreement. Be sure to mind the gaps and avoid delays to stay on track for an on time arrival at the first session of the Paris Agreement (CMA1).
This infographic, based on IPCC data, depicts the likely consequences of various emissions pathways ranging from a low-carbon future to a fossil fuel-intensive one.
Learn more about securing community forest rights to combat climate change.
Comparative Map of Energy and Land Use Change and Forestry Emissions 2011
Palm oil is Indonesia’s top exported commodity and has become a key economic drivers for the country. However, it has also been often associated with the loss of Indonesia's valuable forests.