With the Biodiversity and Climate Change Project (BIOCLIME), Germany supports Indonesia’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the forestry sector, to conserve the biodiversity of high conservation value forest ecosystems and maintain their carbon stock storage capacities, and to implement sustainable forest management for the benefit of its people. Germany’s immediate contribution focuses on supporting the province of South Sumatra in developing and implementing a conservation and management concept for lowering emissions from its forests and conserving forest biodiversity in order to contribute to the GHG emission reduction goal and the achievement of the Aichi Biodiversity Targets in Indonesia.
This project focuses on 4 (four) districts in South Sumatra Province, namely Banyuasin, Musi Banyuasin, Musi Rawas, and Musi Rawas Utara. The overall goal of the project is to preserve the biodiversity and carbon sequestration capacity of high conservation value forest ecosystem in four districts represent ecosystem of mangrove, peat swamp, highland (mountainous) and low land.
The initiation of The Expert Pool or Tim Kader Ahli (TKA) for Participatory Forest Management
Jobs in forestry and all sectors related