Land Based Mitigation

Aims to contribute Indonesia’s efforts to reduce emission from land use change, land cover change and peatland degradation
 

 
2010 - 2015
 
 

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Project Name

 

Location

Project Value (US $)

Project Period

Partner

1

The development of ecotourism business model to increase the people's economy and climate change mitigation

Kuningan, West Kava

37,000

August – December 2015

Balai Taman Nasional Gunung Ciremai

2

The Development of a pilot model of integrated biomass energy in degraded/critical areas for climate change mitigation and improvement of people’s economy

Kecamatan Cidolog, Sukabumi

37,000

Augusts – December 2015

LPPM, Institute Pertanian Bogor

3

Increasing Carbon Absorption in Community Forest


Yogyakarta

42,847

May – November 2014

ARUPA Yogyakarta

4

Public Private Partnership Model in Solving Deforestation and Degradation

Cagar Biosfer Giam Siak Kecil-Bukit Batu, Kepulauan Riau

42,847

May – November 2014

Faculty of Forestry, Institut Pertanian Bogor

5

Research on Sustainable Degraded Peat Land Management for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation and Optimize Plants’ Productivity (Phase II)

West Kalimantan;

Central Kalimantan; Jambi; Riau; West Papua

1,279,494.77

2012-2014

Ministry of Agriculture (MoA)

6

Research and Development on Peat Land Management Technology to Improve Carbon and Greenhouse Gas (Phase I)

South Kalimantan; Central Kalimantan;Jambi; Riau;West Papua

1,213,615.50

2010-2011

Ministry of Agriculture (MoA)

 

Note: In 2014 and 2015, ICCTF funded small grant program with the total value of per project 500,000,000 rupiah. Kurs US$ 2015 : 1 USD = IDR= 13,500


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