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Siput Lola
Highly Valuable Mollusk Known as nocturnal animals, namely biota that are active at night to find food or find their preferred habitat. Lola is a hebivorous animal. © Awaludinnoer
SIGAP Long Duhung Learning

Learning from the SIGAP facilitation process from the pilot village of Long Duhung, Berau District.

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Indonesia Program Infographics

  • Pemanenan Berdampak Rendah Reduced Impact Logging (RIL) merupakan pemanenan yang dilaksanakan melalui perencanaan dan pengendalian yang teliti untuk meminimalkan dampak lingkungan terhadap tegakan hutan dan tanah. RIL dikembangkan sejak awal tahun 1990-an dan saat ini diterapkan di banyak area konsesi hutan produksi di Indonesia.

    Reduced Impact Logging Carbon

    Infographic

    Reduced impact logging (RIL) is the intensively planned and carefully controlled implementation of logging operations to minimize the environmental impact on forest stands and soils.

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  • Infografik Karakterisasi Sampah.

    Waste Characterization

    Infographic

    Waste characterization Kulati village, Wakatobi with CBT Poassa Nuhada.

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  • Infografik Menjaga Kelestarian Ekosistem Pesisir Kabupaten Berau.

    Coastal Ecosystem

    Infographic

    Coastal Conservation Areas and Small Islands Derawan Islands and Surrounding Waters (KKP3K KDPS) determine 3 coastal ecosystems (mangroves, seagrass, coral reefs) as conservation targets.

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  • Infografik Ekosistem Mangrove.

    Mangrove Ecosystem

    Infographic

    Mangroves are highly productive forests built from clusters of green trees and shrubs that live on the coast, in tidal zones in some tropical and sub-tropical areas. Mangrove forests have thick breath roots that allow them to grow above sea water puddles.

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  • Infografik Mengenal Hiu Paus.

    Whale Shark

    Infographic

    The spotted shark is the largest type of shark and fish in the world. Spotted sharks live alone, not in groups.

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  • Infografik KKP3K-KDPS.

    KKP3K-KDPS

    Infographic

    Coastal Conservation Areas and Small Islands Derawan Islands and Surrounding Waters (KKP3K KDPS).

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  • Infografik Terumbu Karang.

    Coral reefs

    Infographic

    The crests of healthy coral reefs are close to the surface and working as natural breakwaters which primarily reduce the bulk of wave energy and help protect coastal communities.

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  • Infografik Pengenalan Penyu Laut.

    Turtle Introduction

    Infographic

    Turtles are marine reptiles. They inhabit tropical and sub-tropical seas around the world. The shell consists of the upper and bottom shell.

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  • Infographic Perkembangbiakan Penyu.

    Turtle Reproduction

    Infographic

    Turtle mating takes place in the sea. One or more male turtles can mate with a female turtle.

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  • Infografik Menjaga Kelestarian Penyu Di Kabupaten Berau

    Protecting Turtle Conservation in Berau District

    Infographic

    Turtles are protected animals by the Indonesian State based on Law no. 5 of 1990. Therefore, it is forbidden to take/kill/store/trade Turtles and all their derivative products.

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  • Infografik Bagaimana Penyu Menjaga Kesehatan Laut?

    How Do Sea Turtles Maintain Ocean Health?

    Infographic

    Turtles are known as “ocean gardeners” to keep coral reefs and seaweed healthy. Protecting turtles also means protecting various ecosystems and environmental services.

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  • Infografik Bahaya yang Mengancam Penyu.

    The Danger That Threatens the Turtles

    Infographic

    There are 7 species of turtles in the world and 6 of them found in Indonesian waters. Most of the turtle species are vulnerable or endangered.

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  • Infografik Pedoman Perilaku Berinteraksi Di Danau Kakaban

    Kakaban Lake Ecology

    Infographic

    Kakaban Lake is one of the largest saltwater lakes in the world, with an area of about 400 hectares. It is a system of saltwater lakes that are connected to the sea through small water channels underground. Lake Kakaban is thought to have been formed from a raised coral atoll.

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  • Infografik Kehidupan Di Danau Kakaban.

    Life on Lake Kakaban

    Infographic

    Information about Berau's unique waters and how you can help preserve it.

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  • Berau Marine Protected Area

    Infographic

    Area of Coastal Conservation Area and Small Islands Derawan Island: 285,548.95 hectares.

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  • Raja Ampat Marine Protected Area infographic program preview.

    Raja Ampat Marine Protected Area

    Infografis

    Raja Ampat Islands Marine Protected Area, Raja Ampat Regency, West Papua.

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  • Wakatobi National Park infographic program preview.

    Wakatobi National Park

    Infographic

    Wakatobi National Park, Southeast Sulawesi Province.

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  • Savu Sea Marine National Park infographic program preview.

    Savu Marine National Park

    Infografis

    Savu Marine National Park, East Nusa Tenggara.

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Indonesia Program factsheet

  • Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara (YKAN) is a non-profit organization which was established in Indonesia in 2014.

    Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara Profile

    Fact Sheet

    Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara (YKAN) non-profit organization which was established in Indonesia in 2014.

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  • Wain River Protected Forest: WITH GREAT BENEFITS COME GREAT RESPONSIBILITIES factsheet.

    Wain River Protected Forest

    Fact Sheet

    15 kilometers from Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, Wain River Protected Forest (HLSW) to be life support for the urban area of Balikpapan.

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  • The Rise of Cacao from East Kutai factsheet.

    The Rise Cacao from Eat Kutai

    Fact Sheet

    Cocoa is one of the leading commodities that have role in improving the welfare of the Indonesian people. Plantation area cocoa in Indonesia reaches 1.5 million hectares.

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  • Natural Climate Solutions

    Fact Sheet

    NCS is one of strategies to protect, restore and improve land management for mitigation climate change (Griscom et al., 2017).

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  • How much do mangroves contribute
to achieving Iindonesia's NDC
emission reduction target?

    NDC Emission Reduction

    Fact Sheet

    How is the contribution of mangroves in achieving the target Indonesia's NDC Emission Reduction?

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  • SOP for Tenure Conflict in Forest Areas, East Kalimantan Forestry Service

    Forest Area Tenurial Conflicts SOP

    Fact Sheet

    This Standard Operating Procedure was created as a guide and guide in identifying, receiving complaints, resolving processes, and monitoring post-conflict resolution.

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  • Webinar Report: Resolution for Sustainable Peatland Conservation in Indonesia

    Resolution for Sustainable Peat Conservation

    Fact Sheet

    Peat ecosystems in Indonesia are still under threat due to the rate of deforestation and degradation triggered by various factors, such as logging, fires, and agricultural practices that are not in accordance with conservation principles.

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  • Mangroves Intensity for Achieving Indonesia's NDC Target

    Mangrove Power for NDC Target Achievement

    Fact Sheet

    Mangroves are the most effective and efficient in carbon sequestration, i.e. capturing carbon CO₂ in the atmosphere and keep it on the ground.

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  • Benefits of MPA (Shredded Fish) fact sheet

    MPA (Shredded Fish Benefits)

    Fact Sheet

    The group for the women of Limalas village was formed in April 2015, members of this group are women who are also members of the South Raja Ampat Embun cooperative.

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  • Rapid growth in the tourism sector will require
careful strategic planning with participation from
communities to ensure that environmental and
social values are protected.

    Sustainable Solution to Indonesia's Marine Tourism

    Fact Sheet

    Rapid growth in the tourism sector will require careful strategic planning with participation from communities to ensure that environmental and social values are protected.

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  • MCAs can be formal or informal,
involve any combination of partners
including local resource owners,
managers, or users, and sets guidelines
on collective action that will be
taken to achieve agreed-upon marine
conservation goals.

    Marine Conservation Agreements Providing Social, Cultural and Economic Benefits to Local Communities

    Fact Sheet

    MCAs can be formal or informal, involve any combination of partners including local resource owners, managers, or users, and sets guidelines on collective action that will be taken to achieve agreed-upon marine conservation goals.

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  • Rapid growth in the tourism sector will require
careful strategic planning with participation from
communities to ensure that environmental and
social values are protected.

    Sustainable Solution to Indonesia's Marine Tourism

    Fact Sheet

    Rapid growth in the tourism sector will require careful strategic planning with participation from communities to ensure that environmental and social values are protected.

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  • By 2025, 15 million hectares of Indonesia's coastal habitats are sustainably managed to support coastal livelihoods, sustainable fisheries, and Indonesia biodiversity.

    By 2025, 15 million hectares of Indonesia's coastal habitats are sustainably managed to support coastal livelihoods, sustainable fisheries, and Indonesia biodiversity.

    Fact Sheet

    By 2025, 15 million hectares of Indonesia's coastal habitats are sustainably managed to support coastal livelihoods, sustainable fisheries, and Indonesia biodiversity.

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2021-2022

ITP Quarterly Report

  • April-June 2021

    April-June 2021

    Quartal Report

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2020-2021

ITP Quarterly Report

  • January-March 2021

    January-March 2021

    Quarterly Report

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  • October-December 2020

    October-December 2020

    Quarterly Report

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  • July-September 2020

    July-September 2020

    Quarterly Report

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2019-2020

ITP Quarterly Report

  • April-June 2020

    April-June 2020

    Quarterly Report

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  • Junuary-March 2020

    January-March 2020

    Quarterly Report

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  • October-December 2019

    October-December 2019

    Quarterly Report

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  • July-September 2019

    July-September 2019

    Quarterly Report

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  • April-June 2019

    April-June 2019

    Quarterly Report

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2021-2022

  • Indonesia Ocean Program Highlights.

    October-December 2021

    Bimonthly Report

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  • Indonesia Ocean Program Highlights.

    July-September 2021

    Bimonthly Report

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Book & Journal

  • Governance issues related to the management and conservation of mangrove ecosystems to support climate change mitigation actions in Indonesia

    Governance issues related to the management and conservation of mangrove ecosystems to support climate change mitigation actions in Indonesia

    Book/Journal

    Mangrove ecosystems in Indonesia show great promise in contributing to climate change mitigation, but they continue to experience significant degradation primarily because of aquaculture conversion.

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  • Drainage is a major means of the conversion of tropical peat forests into agriculture. Accordingly, drained peat becomes a large source of carbon. However, the amount of carbon (C) loss from drained peats is not simply measured. The current C loss estimate is usually based on a single proxy of the groundwater table, spatially and temporarily dynamic. The relation between groundwater table and C emission is commonly not linear because of the complex natures of heterotrophic carbon emission. Peatland drainage or lowering groundwater table provides plenty of oxygen into the upper layer of peat above the water table, where microbial activity becomes active. Consequently, lowering the water table escalates subsidence that causes physical changes of organic matter (OM) and carbon emission due to microbial oxidation. This paper reviews peat bulk density (BD), total organic carbon (TOC) content, and subsidence rate of tropical peat forest and drained peat. Data of BD, TOC, and subsidence were derived from published and unpublished sources. We found that BD is generally higher in the top surface layer in drained peat than in the undrained peat. TOC values in both drained and undrained are lower in the top and higher in the bottom layer. To estimate carbon emission from the top layer (0–50 cm) in drained peats, we use BD value 0.12 to 0.15 g cm-3, TOC value of 50%, and a 60% conservatively oxidative correction factor. The average peat subsidence is 3.9 cm yr-1. The range of subsidence rate per year is between 2 and 6 cm, which results in estimated emission between 30 and 90 t CO2e ha-1 yr-1. This estimate is comparable to those of other studies and Tier 1 emission factor of the 2013 IPCC GHG Inventory on Wetlands. We argue that subsidence is a practical approach to estimate carbon emission from drained tropical peat is more applicable than the use of groundwater table.

    The Use of Subsidence to Estimate Carbon Loss

    Book/Journal

    Drainage is a major means of the conversion of tropical peat forests into agriculture. Accordingly, drained peat becomes a large source of carbon. However, the amount of carbon (C) loss from drained peats is not simply measured.

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  • Exploring the status of the Indonesian deep demersal fishery using length-based stock assessments

    Exploring the status of the Indonesian deep demersal fishery using length-based stock assessments

    Book/Journal

    The deep demersal snapper-grouper fishery in Indonesia is a data-poor fisheries resource that provides food security and a source of income to millions globally.

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  • Indonesia that has the highest mangrove cover in the world
has lost its mangroves significantly in 1980s

    Mangrove Deforestation and CO2 emissions

    Book/Journal

    Mangroves are unique intertidal ecosystems that are experiencing high rates of deforestation throughout the world. Indonesia that has the highest mangrove cover in the world has lost its mangroves significantly in 1980s.

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  • The mangrove ecosystems in KKP3K KDPS
covers 22,213 ha, representing about 25% of the mangrove area in Berau Regency.

    Brackish Water Pond Polyculture in Mangrove Areas

    Book/Journal

    A 2018 study measured the area of mangroves in Berau Regency at 86,087 ha, located in coastal and small islands (Agus et al., 2019). The mangrove ecosystems in KKP3K KDPS covers 22,213 ha, representing about 25% of the mangrove area in Berau Regency.

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  • Wehea-Kelay is a tropical rainforest landscape in East Kalimantan with a total area of 532,143 ha.

    Avifauna in the Wehea-Kelay Landscape

    Book/Journal

    Wehea-Kelay is a tropical rainforest landscape in East Kalimantan with a total area of 532,143 ha. It has high conservation values since it is a home to at least 600 individuals of critically endangered bornean orangutans and other wildlife.

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  • BHS coastal ecosystems and the communities that
depend on them are subject to multiple local and global
threats (Mangubhai et al., 2012).

    The Bird's Head Seascape Marine Protected Area network—Preventing biodiversity and ecosystem service loss amidst rapid change in Papua, Indonesia

    Book/Journal

    The Bird's Head Seascape (BHS), Papua, Indonesia is located within the epicenter of global marine biodiversity and has been the focus of recent conservation efforts to protect marine resources.

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  • Regent's regulation on the protection and management of coastal and marine resources based on the adat law community of Barata Kahedupa in the Kaledupa Island area in Wakatobi Regency.

    Kaledupa MHA Regent's Regulation

    Book/Journal

    Regent's regulation concerning the protection and management of coastal and marine resources based on the adat law community of Barata Kahedupa in the Kaledupa Island area in Wakatobi Regency.

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  • Protection and Management of Coastal and Marine Resources Based on the Kawati Indigenous Law Community in the Tomia Island Region in Wakatobi Regency

    MHA Tomia Regent's Regulation

    Book/Journal

    Protection and Management of Coastal and Marine Resources Based on the Kawati Indigenous Peoples in the Tomia Island Region in Wakatobi Regency.

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  • The Bird's Head Seascape (BLKB) in Papua, Indonesia, is the center of the world's marine biodiversity and is a
conservation priority. Until 2020, marine conservation efforts led by the Government of Indonesia
in partnership with civil society and local communities, has succeeded in establishing more than 23.6 million hectares
become a conservation area, including an area of 5.2 million hectares through the determination and management of the area
Water Conservation (KKP) in BLKB.

    SOTS: A Network of Marine Protected Areas

    Book/Journal

    Bentang Laut Kepala Burung (BLKB) in Papua, Indonesia, is the center of the world's marine biodiversity and is a priority for conservation efforts. Until 2020, marine conservation efforts are led by the Government of Indonesia in partnership with civil society and local communities.

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  • MPAs and MPA Networks play an important role in conservation and management in
Indonesia. However, they can only achieve their objectives if they are well designed and
effectively managed (Green et al. 2014, Gill et al. 2017, Giakoumi et al. 2018).

    A Framework for Designing Marine Protected Areas and Marine Protected Area Networks In Indonesia

    Book/Journal

    MPAs and MPA Networks play an important role in conservation and management in Indonesia. However, they can only achieve their objectives if they are well designed and effectively managed (Green et al. 2014, Gill et al. 2017, Giakoumi et al. 2018).

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  • Pada kondisi ini, mengenalkan upaya untuk menjaga lingkungan sejak
dini kepada anak-anak melalui pendidikan lingkungan hidup menjadi
penting. Pendekatan dalam modul pendidikan lingkungan hidup yang
mengintegrasikan beberapa cabang ilmu mengenai perikehidupan
manusia serta kaitannya dengan berbagai aspek sangat kontesktual
dengan situasi saat ini.

    Environmental Education Module

    Book/Journal

    In this condition, it is important to introduce efforts to protect the environment from an early age to children through environmental education. Approach in environmental education module that integrates several branches of science regarding human life.

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  • As a result of the large number of juvenile (immature) fish being caught, we recommend a phased approach to minimum size implementation, starting with increasing trade limits.

    Determination of Fishing & Trade Fish Species

    Book/Journal

    As a result of the large number of juvenile (immature) fish caught, we recommend a phased approach to minimum size implementation, starting with increasing trade limits.

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  • The work guide as well as a reference to fully understand the development process in the village, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

    YKAN Coastal SIGAP Guide

    Book/Journal

    One of the work guides as well as a reference for a complete understanding of the development process in the village, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

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