CIFOR-ICRAF has a long history of research and engagement in Indonesia, having signed a MoU with the Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MOEF) in 1993. With one of our headquarters based in Bogor, West Java, we work closely with MOEF, as well as with the Ministry for National Development Planning, provincial and local governments, communities, NGOs, universities and the private sector to help Indonesia meet its commitments to national and international agreements such as Agenda 2030, the Paris Agreement, Nationally Determined Contributions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and the Bonn Challenge.
Our work focuses on issues critical to sustainable national development, such as landscape restoration, climate change, REDD+, improved livelihoods through agroforestry, wetlands, sustainable and inclusive value chains, oil palm, land-use planning for low-emission development, biodiversity conservation, fire and haze, peatland restoration, bioenergy on degraded land, tenure and gender equity.
COUNTRY FOCAL POINT
- National MRV system co-developed with GIZ and led by the Ministry of National Development Planning
- ‘Analysis of Sustainable Lowland Agriculture in Indonesia’ – to be used by the World Bank to design their investment in landscape approach
- Road map to Papuan’s resilient livelihoods developed and submitted as input for the Presidential Instruction of Papua Development Acceleration
- Policy support contributing to Indonesia’s 2017 ‘Grand Design for Fire Prevention’ and related subnational policies
- Support for the 2019 national action plan for sustainable oil palm
- Pivotal research on the value of wetlands, including contributions to the IPCC 2013 Wetlands Supplement and a 2020 Ministerial Decree initiating new efforts to better manage peatland and mangrove ecosystems in Indonesia
- Green Growth master plan and road map in five provinces in Indonesia
- Land Use Planning for Multiple Environmental Services (LUMENS) tools and frameworks
- Innovative tools such as the Atlas of Deforestation and Industrial Plantations in Borneo and Papua, crowd-sourcing to identify land degradation, decision-making tool to reduce emissions from all sectors, and options-by-context diagnosis.
- Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP)
- Food Security Agency
- Forest Research and Development Center
- IDH Indonesia
- Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) – Indonesia
- Provincial governments of Aceh, Jambi, South Sumatra, West Kalimantan, South Sulawesi. East Nusa Tenggara, Central Java, Papua and West Papua
- Soil Research Institute (Balittanah)
- IDH Vietnam
- Livelihoods Fund for Family Farming
- Rabo Foundation