Presentations

Generating income from mangroves through climate change mitigation
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Generating income from mangroves through climate change mitigation

This presentation by Dr. David Ganz from the USAID LEAF program given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum “Managing mangrove forests for climate change mitigation and adaptation benefits” focuses on possible climate change mitigation activities, carbon financing and income for coastal communities for mangrove protection and conservation.

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Sustainable Wetlands Adaptation and Mitigation Program

This presentation by Richard A. MacKenzie, Randy Kolka, Cynthia Mackie, Mathew Warren, J. Boone Kauffman, Joko Purbospito, Daniel Murdiyarso, Carl Trettin and Erik Lilleskov given during the Forests Asia summit in the discussion forum “Managing mangrove forests for climate change mitigation and adaptation benefits” focuses on the SWAMP objectives, goals, how to use SWAMP to…

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Certified Organic Shrimp: A New Approach to Mangrove PES?

This presentation by Jake Brunner from IUCN given during the Forests Asia summit in the discussion forum “Managing mangrove forests for climate change mitigation and adaptation benefits” introduces the integrated mangrove-shrimp approach, its markets, a brief history of PES and the weaknesses of this new approach.

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Silvo-fishery & Carbon

In this presentation by Nyoman N. Suryadiputra from the Wetlands International Indonesia Programme given during the Forests Asia summmit in the discussion forum “Managing mangrove forests for climate change mitigation and adaptation benefits” the following questions will be answered: What is silvo-fishery ? Can silvo-fishery practices gain carbon? How is the results ? Any lessons…

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A Future for Social Forestry in the Indonesia and ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)

This presentation by Wiratno, Director of Social Forestry Development and chairperson of the ASFN Secretariat given during the Forests Asia Summit in the Discussion Forum “Social Forestry and Sustainable Value Chains for a Green Community in ASEAN” focuses on social forestry as a solution to forestry problems in Indonesia.

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“Fair” Trade Coffee Prospects for “Equitable” Green Economy

This presentation by Ken-ichi Abe from the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN), Kyoto, Japan given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum “Social forestry and sustainable value chains towards a Green Economy in ASEAN” introduces coffee cultivation in East Timor. It explains the agricultural context, the challenges, why it’s actually not…

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Value Chain of Indonesian Forest Honey (Perspectives for Private Sector Partners)

This presentation by Johnny Utama given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum “Social forestry and sustainable value chains towards a Green Economy in ASEAN” introduces the Indonesian Forest Honey Network, its value chain, the challenges, the product and the plans for expanding the market.

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Creating Market Access for Forest Honey in Indonesia

This presentation by Muhammad Rakib given during the Forests Asia conference in the discussion forum “Social forestry and sustainable value chains towards a Green Economy in ASEAN” introduces the Jaringan Madu Hutan Indonesia (JMHI) Initiative, it’s production capacity, shows the price of forest honey from 2008-2013, the income and sales channels for forest honey, challenges…

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Harnessing NTFPs for the Green Economy in the ASEAN Region

This presentation by Ramon Razal and Maria Cristina Guerrero given during the Forests Asia Summit in the Discussion Forum “Equitable development: Social forestry and sustainable value chains towards a Green Economy in ASEAN” focuses on trends and related statistics on NTFPs, introduces its new study and scope, methodology and limitations of the study, the findings…

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Understanding policy frameworks to facilitate smallholders’ production and integrated marketing of timber and NTFPs in Indonesia

This presentation by Ani Adiwinata Nawir and Philip Manalu from CIFOR given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum “Equitable development: Improving livelihood benefits for smallholders in the forestry value chain ” focuses on policy constraints to facilitate cost-effective smallholders’ production, and integrated marketing of timber & NTFPs, integrated timber & NTFPs management…