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The role of local governance towards facilitating sustainable peatland management/restoration

In this session, the speaker explained the common understanding of peatland restoration. This session also underlined the importance of finding the balance between conservation and sustainable use through the multi-stakeholder and cooperation including the local engagement. Speaker also shared the potential criteria and indicators that can be useful in peatland monitoring and assessment such as improving participation, profitability, and productivity of smallholders, reducing social conflict, reducing deforestation and degradation, stock areas, and reducing fire and haze. Presented by Diah Suradiredja, Policy Senior Advisor, Indonesia Biodiversity Trust Fund (KEHATI)

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