Forestry and Environment
Indonesia is the second mega-biodiversity country in the world after Brazil. Indonesia also has no less than 90 types of ecosystems. Although only has 1.3% land area of the world, Indonesia has 25% of fish species in the world, 17% of bird species, 16% of reptiles and amphibians, 12% of mamals, and 10% of flower species.
Indonesia, which consists of about 17,500 islands, has the world’s largest tropical forest after Brazil with an area of about 114 million hectares and covers more than half the tropical forests which now belong to Asia.
However, certain traditional economic development pattern will always give a hard pressure on the environment and the support capacity for human life in both present and future. Green Economy which is now being pushed to be used is an effort to improve human well-being and social equity, while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcity. Green Economy is the concept of low-emission development, efficient resource management and social equity upholding.
Penabulu believes that sustainable development is almost entirely lies on the right economic concept. It is clear that the development of low emission or green economy still requires strong support from civil society organizations in Indonesia. Employment and income growth should be driven by investments that reduce emissions and pollution, increase energy efficiency and resource utilization, and prevent the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services.
The program encourages institutional strengthening of civil society organizations, cooperatives and groups of small and medium enterprises in management and technical capabilities of conservation, strengthening community in the management of natural resources, development tools and guidelines, facilitate policy dialogue at national and local level as well as the best documentation of best practices and the lesson learned.
- Berau NGO Capacity Building
- Institutional Capacity Strengthening of TFCA Kalimantan Partners
- Development of Institutional and Fund Management for Green Economy Program in Kutai Barat, East Kalimantan
- Socialization of Permenhut No. 43/2014 and Perdirjen 5/2014 concerning Timber Legality Assurance System (TLAS)
- Strengthening Sustainable Forestry Entrepreneurial Community Program
- The Green Prosperity Project – Community Based Natural Resource Management
- Facilitating of Development of Multi-stakeholder Implementation Plan of Program Kelola Sendang, South Sumatera
- Building Community-based Business and Sustainable Market Network for Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFP) in Berau, East Kalimantan
- District of Berau, District of Mahakam Hulu and District of Kutai Barat, East Kalimantan
- District of Putussibau, West Kalimantan
- Some large/strategic cities throughout Indonesia (Surabaya, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Cirebon, Bandung, Bali)
- Mahakam Ulu, East Kalimantan
- South Sumatera
- Guidance for planning, managing and monitoring the implementation and result measurement of ecosystem-based conservation program.
- Lingkar LSM | Stimulating Civil Society Empowerment
- Service unit of Penabulu Alliance for strengthening the capacity of civil society organizations in Indonesia especially on governance aspects of the institutional management and program management (planning-monitoring-evaluation).
- Jembatan Tiga | The Bridges of Sustainability
- Service unit of Penabulu Alliance, working to develop models of cooperation/partnership between the government, private sector and civil society in Indonesia.
- TFCA Kalimantan (Tropical Forest Conservation Act –Kalimantan)
TFCA dedicated by US Government through USAID to convert the Government of Indonesia debt to support the conservation of tropical forests of Kalimantan. TFCA Kalimantan agreements involving The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the Foundation for World Wide Fund for Nature-Indonesia (WWF Indonesia) and administrated by by KEHATI Foundation.
- MFP 3 (Multistakeholder Forestry Programme Phase 3)
As the support from DFID, this program is placed to support the development of an effective community-based forest industry to be legal and technical terms that could complement the forestry industry production, reduce degradation and deforestation, improve the clarity of tenure, improving people’s lives, protect the environment of forest ecosystems, as well as climatechangemitigation.
- TNC (The Nature Conservancy)
World conservation organizations that tries to improve the welfare of Indonesia without compromising the sustainability of natural resources for present and future generations by encouraging the importance of nature, accelerating the transformation in the field of conservation and utilization of natural resources in a sustainable manner through a series of activities protected area management, conservation of important species, and society empowerment.
One of the largest independent conservation foundation in Indonesia, working in 28 offices in 17 provinces in Indonesia with the aim to equitably preserve, restore and manage ecosystems and biodiversity in Indonesia, for the sustainability and welfare of all the people of Indonesia.
- Lamin Segawi | Strengthening Knot of Kalimantan
Rumah kerja bersama (in Banjar language), one of the semi-autonomous unit developed by Penabulu Alliance for the strengthening of civil society, especially in the area of East Kalimantan.
Consultants in developing schemes, strategies, plans, roadmaps, instrument and model of sustainable development based on studies and research work.
- Bumi Raya Consulting
Consultant for planning, monitoring and evaluation located in Yogyakarta with specialization in forestry issues, especially community-based forest management.
Millennium Challenge Account – Indonesia (MCA-Indonesia) is a trustee institution formed by the Government of Indonesia as the implementer of Compact Program.
- ZSL (Zoological Society of London)
Founded in 1826, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is an international scientific, conservation and educational charity whose mission is to promote and achieve the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats. Our mission is realised through our groundbreaking science, our active conservation projects in more than 50 countries and our two Zoos, ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo.
- KEHATI (Yayasan Keanekaragaman Hayati)
The presence of Indonesia Biodiversity Foundation (KEHATI) since 12 January 1994 intended to gather and manage further resources channelled in the form of grants, facilitation, consultation and various other facilities to support the various programs the preservation of biodiversity and its utilization in Indonesia just and sustainable.
- NTFP-EP INDONESIA (Yayasan Pengembangan Sumberdaya Hutan Indonesia)
NTFP EP Indonesia is a network of cooperation between civil society organizations and organizations of indigenous and local community based non timber forest products in Southeast Asia and the South. Together with local and indigenous communities we work to strengthen the capacity of the community in particular non timber forest products for sustainable natural resource management.
- LPPSLH (Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengembangan Sumberdaya dan Lingkungan Hidup)
LPPSLH is a Non-governmental organization (NGO) founded since 1981 by a group of student activists and intellectuals in Purwokerto. Departing from concern over the conditions of poverty and injustice endured by most of society. The concerns of the actualized through poor communities mentoring activities, either in the city or in the village. On February 28, 1987 the event was instituted in legal entities in the form of a foundation.
- Mahululestari (Lestari Hulu Mahakam, Lestari Jatung Borneo)