Impacts and Next Stepsby Kemen Austin, Ariana Alisjahbana, Andika Putraditama, Fred Stolle, Taryono Darusman, Rachmat Boediono, Bambang Eko Budianto, Christian Purba, Giorgio Budi Indrarto and Erica Pohnan - January 2014
An important achievement of the moratorium is the creation of a much-needed window of opportunity to develop critical forest governance reforms. In May 2013, the moratorium was extended for an additional two years.
How to Change Legal Land Use Classifications to Support More Sustainable Palm Oil Production in Indonesiaby Anne Rosenbarger, Beth Gingold, Rauf Prasodjo, Ariana Alisjahbana, Andika Putraditama and Dewi Tresya - October 2013
Indonesia is the world’s leading producer and exporter of palm oil, with roughly 18 million metric tons of crude palm oil exports valued at US $21.6 billion in 2012. The commodity plays a crucial role in the country’s economy.
Beth Gingold, Fred Stolle, Pascal Douard, Anne Rosenbarger, Yohanes I Ketut Deddy Muliastra, I Made Sudana, Masita Dwi Mandini Manessa, Ari Murdimanto, Sebastianus Bagas Tiangga and Cicilia Cicik Madusari - April 2012
Key Findings and Next Stepsby Kemen Austin, Fred Stolle and Stuart Sheppard - February 2012
The Indonesian moratorium on the award of new licenses in primary natural forests and peat lands, announced in May 2011, is an important step for improving management of forest resources by “pausing” business-as-usual and allowing time to implement reforms.
Tree Cover Loss in the Humid Tropicsby Stephen Adam, Susan Minnemeyer, Matthew Hansen (SDSU), Peter Potapov (SDSU) and Kyle Pittman (SDSU) - May 2007
The loss of tree cover over extensive areas of the humid tropics is a global phenomenon with important implications for the health and prosperity of forest ecosystems, as well as the local people and economies that depend on their resources.
Indonesiaby Charles Victor Barber, Emily Matthews, David Brown, Timothy H. Brown, Lisa Curran and Catherine Plume - February 2002
Indonesia is endowed with some of the most extensive and biologically diverse tropical forests in the world.