Terrestrial Program

Berau, East Kalimantan Rainforests provide ecological services, including storing hundreds of billions of tons of carbon. © YKAN

Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara. (YKAN) believes that development and conservation can happen simultaneously.

Terrestrial Program supports sustainable and low emission forestry practices based on science and encourages multi-party collaboration between government, corporations, and the public in the form of aligned partnership. These efforts are manifested in four strategies:

  • Climate Change Mitigation Framework at the National and Subnational Levels

    YKAN supports partnership for green development commitment through mobilization of enabling technical and financial resources, and implementation of natural climate solutions through green growth compact prototype initiatives. More info

  • Sustainable Forest Management

    YKAN supports sustainable production forest management (Pengelolaan Hutan Produksi Lestari or PHPL) by promoting mandatory PHPL certification through providing natural production forest concession technical supports. More info

  • Sustainable Palm Oil

    YKAN facilitates protection of high conservation value areas (HCVA) by technical support to the Government of East Kalimantan Province and Berau Regency. More info

  • Community-Based Natural Resources Management

    YKAN supports community empowerment through SIGAP approach by facilitating rights for access and management to manage natural resources, develop sustainable livelihood, and strengthen village governance. More info

Tackling Climate Change A sustainable world in 2050 is possible if we work together, pacing under the same vision, and creating new collaboration.

Terrestrial Program Goals By 2030:

  • Hutan lestari


    11 million ha of forests are sustainably managed.

  • Logging


    2 million hectares of forests are avoided from conversion.

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    contributing to 56 Million tCO2e/year emission reduction and improving the well-being of 56,000 people.


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