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Indonesia Sustainable Landscape Management Program (SLMP) Delegation Conducts Study Visit to Jambi Province

SEPTEMBER 17-20, 2022

The World Bank hosted a delegation under the Sustainable Landscape Management Program (SLMP) on a 3-day study visit to Jambi City and Kerinci Seblat National Park with the aim to learn about Indonesia’s evolving priorities in landscape management and what can be done to accelerate transition to sustainable land use in line with Indonesia’s FOLU Net Sink 2030 goals. Together with representatives from the Government of Indonesia, Government of Jambi and regional management from the World Bank, the SLMP delegation held meetings in Jambi to discuss the design and preparation of the Jambi Emissions Program, learned about the province’s priorities for green growth, and observed results from SLMP-supported activities on the ground.

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World Bank G20 Side Event Panel Discussion on Green Economy Stories: Sustainable Landscape Management to Reduce GHG Emissions and Improve Local Economies

AUGUST 28, 2022

The World Bank continues to support to the Government of Indonesia’s effort to achieve low carbon economy through the Sustainable Landscape Management Program. In line with this objective, the World Bank co-hosted a panel discussion as part of the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affair’s (CMEA) road to G20 event themed: “Towards Low Carbon Economy Through Sustainable Practices And Financing of the Environment and Energy Sector”. The panel discussion, titled: “Green Economy Stories: Sustainable Landscape Management to Reduce GHG Emissions and Improve Local Economies”, invited key stakeholders to highlight how integrated landscape approach are being implemented, both at the national and subnational level, and the impact they bring to Indonesia’s climate ambition and livelihood of its people.

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Indonesian President Jokowi launched the Mangroves for Coastal Resilience Program (M4CR) 

June 11, 2022

The World Bank continues to support the Government of Indonesia's objective to rehabilitate 600,000 hectares of degraded mangroves by 2024 and conserve existing mangroves, including through the Mangrove for Coastal Resilience Program (M4CR). Read more about the project in the press release and in the Op-Ed written by ENB Indonesia's coordinator André Rodrigues de Aquino.

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Knowledge sharing session on Blue Carbon for Mangroves

February 24, 2022

As part of the preparation for the Mangroves for Coastal Resilience (M4CR) program, the ENB team in partnership with the Government of Indonesia hosted an online knowledge sharing session on Blue Carbon. This session resulted in several key agreements, including how the project will support blue carbon on a large scale and discussed insights on how carbon emission reductions from mangroves’ rehabilitation and conservation will be integrated in Indonesia’s emissions reduction goal (NDC) and directly contribute to Indonesia’s target for the forestry and land use (FoLU) sector to be a net carbon sink by 2030.

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Mangrove for Coastal Resilience (M4CR): Public Consultation

February 2022

In line with the preparation of the Mangrove for Coastal Resilience (M4CR) program, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) and the Peatland and Mangrove Restoration Agency (BRGM) held a public consultation event with support from the World Bank. This event was attended by various government agencies, including regional officials from the four provinces where the project will be implemented, namely North Sumatra, Riau, East Kalimantan, and North Kalimantan.

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BioCarbon Fund Initiative for Sustainable Forest Landscapes (BioCF ISFL): Implementation Progress Workshop in Jambi

February 2022

As part of the BioCF ISFL, the Jambi Sustainable Landscape Management Program team held a two-day workshop with representatives from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) and regional officials from the Province of Jambi in February 2022.  The objective of the workshop was to discuss program implementation progress, the annual work plan for 2022, and institutional arrangements. The BioCF ISFL program also supports the preparation of an Emission Reduction Payment Agreement (ERPA), which will provide results-based payments to the Province of Jambi for verified emissions reductions. 

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Progress for Partnership for Market Implementation (PMI) on Carbon Pricing Instruments in Indonesia

February 2022

 

The Partnership for Market Implementation (PMI) assists countries to design, pilot, and implement carbon pricing instruments aligned with their development priorities. This initiative brings a long-term vision for the viability of carbon markets that contribute to the Paris Agreement goal of limiting temperature rise to 1.5°C. In Indonesia, the World Bank has been supporting the government with the implementation of carbon pricing instruments in line with Presidential Regulation 98/2021 on Carbon Economic Valuation. Since the enactment of the regulation in October 2021, PMI has continued to provide technical and operational support, including in the implementation of a mandatory decree on an Emission Trading System (ETS) combined with a Carbon Tax in the coal power sector, which will come into force by April 2022. The full PMI program will begin in June 2022 and continue to develop a roadmap for the implementation and infrastructure of carbon pricing mechanisms for various sectors in Indonesia.

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The World Bank supported 2 side events of the Government of Indonesia at COP26 Indonesia Pavilion in Glasgow

November 2021

The World Bank supports the Government of Indonesia to meet the country's climate target, including the NDC and the FOLU net sink target by 2030. As part of this support, together with the Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Investment and the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, the World Bank co-hosted 2 side events at the COP26 Indonesia Pavilion on “The Role of Carbon Pricing Instruments to Achieve Climate Targets: Highlights of Indonesia’s Experience”, and “Leading Climate Actions Together: Best Practices on Sustainable Landscape Management in Indonesia”. These sessions highlighted the importance of carbon pricing instruments and an integrated landscape approach to achieve Indonesia’s climate and development goals.

 

Watch the recording here (Start at 3:43:41) and here (Start at 4:15:41).

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Learning from Mato Grosso, Brazil: An Informal Knowledge Exchange

june 2021

On June 1st, the SLMP team held an informal knowledge exchange session on the experience of developing and implementing a jurisdictional REDD+ program in the state of Mato Grosso in Brazil with Daniela Mariuzzo (Regional Director for the IDH Landscapes Program in Latin America), Fernando Sampaio (Executive Director of the PCI Institute), and Alice Thuault (Deputy Director of ICV or The Life Center Institute). The experience from Mato Grosso demonstrates the importance of bringing stakeholders together to deliver an integrated landscape management.

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Vulnerability Mapping Assessments Underway for One Map Project

December 2020

As part of the One Map Project, the Ministry of Agrarian and Spatial Planning (ATR/BPN) has started with location-specific vulnerability mapping assessments to identify and engage with more stakeholders (e.g. women, Indigenous Peoples, and other identified vulnerable groups). 

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Indonesia and the World Bank Sign Milestone Agreement on Emission Reductions

November 2020

On November 27, 2020, Indonesia’s Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) and the World Bank’s Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) signed a landmark agreement to unlock up to US$110 million to lower carbon emissions from deforestation and forest degradation until 2025.

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Safeguarding Emission Reduction Programs amid COVID-19

September 2020

To ensure safeguards are followed throughout the Emissions Reduction (ER) program, the government of Indonesia will enact a Free Prior Inform Consent (FPIC) to 150 villages by the end of September 2020. 

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World Bank working in partnership with Indonesia’s flagship Environmental Funds Management Agency

September 2020

The World Bank continues to work closely and provide Technical Assistance to the BPDLH (Badan Pengelola Dana Lingkungan Hidup - Environmental Funds Management Agency) to support operationalization and become a flagship environmental and climate fund management agency in Indonesia.

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SLMP Strengthens Ties with Jambi Province

September 2020

The World Bank meets with the Head of the Jambi Regional Development Agency (BAPPEDA) to discuss potential collaboration for sustainable landscape management practices.