To prevent the worst impacts of climate change, the world will need to reach net-negative emissions.
Restoration activities in Indonesia remain concentrated in the western part of the country, including in Sumatera, Java, Bali and Kalimantan. However, this distribution might not necessarily reflect the needs for restoration.
The increasing number of elephant conflicts every year in Aceh resulted in the decline of elephant population from about 800 in 2003 to 500-535 by 2015.
Of the total 4.7 million hectares of plantation area managed by smallholders in Indonesia, 1.7 million hectares are located in the forest area. Therefore, only around 3 million hectares of smallholder area outside the forest area can be prioritized by the government for intensification.
Businesses are essential partners for governments as they work to achieve their climate targets.
The Sustainable Development Goals commit to ending poverty in all its forms by 2030. To realize this aspiration, governments need to provide under-served urban residents with decent housing, safe drinking water, reliable sanitation and clean energy.
Diskusi Publik: Penggunaan Data Spasial untuk Memantau Tingkat Deforestasi dan Penebangan Ilegal / Public Discussion: Utilizing Spatial Data to Monitor Deforestation and Illegal Logging
How do we know the rate of deforestation and illegal logging in Indonesia? Data spatial is one of the answer! What is spatial data and how do we use it? Find the answer on this public discussion, focusing on the utilization of spatial data, which was held in WRI Indonesia office on Thursday, August 30, 2019
New WRI research shows that securing indigenous forestland is also a low-cost, high-benefit investment and therefore makes good economic sense
Inisiatif Satu Peta di Tingkat Tapak: Sumber Hidup dan Adat Kita/One Map Initiative at the Local Level: The Sources of Our Life and Tradition
This video tell the grapple story of indigenous people in Kenegerian Gajah Bertalut (Kecamatan Kampar Kiri Hulu, Kabupaten Kampar, Provinsi Riau), in proposing customary forest.
Inisiatif Satu Peta di Tingkat Tapak: Satu Peta, Satu Nusa, Satu Bangsa / One Map Initiative at the Local Level: One Map, One Indonesia
This video recount the overlapping land conditions in consequence of involving too many parties, and present One Map Initiative as the solutions. This video provide the interviews session with the central government, local government, business people and the local community.