Engaging the private sector in long-term solutions to end Indonesia’s forest fires and haze,

Watch this Discussion Forum on the second day of the Global Landscapes Forum 2015, in Paris, France alongside COP21. Indonesia’s fires and haze have implications across multiple scales, including regional investment and political relations, as well as international trade and global commodity supply chains. However, it is a challenge that will have to be met at home and with the participation of the public sector, the private sector, and the people. This session explores the potential for the private sector to work with government and the local people to prevent and combat forest fires in Indonesia, and the challenges they will face. It also addresses the three most important actions for companies to boost efforts to resolve forest fires in Indonesia?Moderator: Tjokorda Nirarta “Koni†Samadhi, Country Director, World Resources Institute, IndonesiaSpeakers:Mansuetus Alsy Hanu (Darto), National Coordinator, Indonesia’s Palm Oil Smallholder Union (SPKS) Dharsono Hartono, President Director, PT Rimba Makmur Utama, Indonesia Agus Purnomo, Managing Director for Sustainability and Strategic Stakeholders Engagement, Golden Agri-Resources, Ltd.Herry Purnomo, Project Leader ‘Political Economy of Fire and Haze in Indonesia’, CIFORJatna Supriatna, Chairman, Reseach Center for Climate Change, University of IndonesiaSunday, 6 December 2015Global Landscapes Forum, Paris, France#GLFCOP21 #ThinkLandscapeFor more information go to: www.landscapes.orgGolden Agri-Resources (GAR), Musim Mas, Wilmar, Asian Agri, Cargill, Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN)

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