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Current Indonesian forestry situation needs more attention to recover. The responsibility of recovery process not only lies in the hands of government in forestry sector, but also involves other related institutions such as financial and law enforcement sectors. Moreover, considering the complexity of forestry issues, the responsibility must be shared with business/private sector and general public.
By no means to reduce public responsibility, forestry indicator shown in this part will be aimed at government and business/private sectorsí role. Among others, the indicators are regarding permit policy in forestry sector, investment climate, forestry sector contribution in nationís development and current situation on law enforcement in forestry sector.
Portrait on the latest forestry condition has become an important feature to see to what extent instrument developed by ILEA could be one of the solution options to establish fairer and sustainable forestry regime.