Category: Designing Low Carbon Societies in Landscapes

Provincial Perspectives on REDD+

This section discusses the status of the REDD+ working group in Central Sulawesi Province, and also their knowledge level and opinions on REDD+. REDD+ Working Group of Central Sulawesi Province The REDD+ working group is responsible for developing REDD+ infrastructure and social, economic, and environmental safeguard mechanisms to enable Central Sulawesi to be ‘ready’ […]

Overview of Climate Change Funds in Terms ofREDD+

Focusing on the REDD+ financing mechanism, there are three main funds, namely, bilateral funds (Norway, Japan, Germany, Australia, Korea, United Kingdom, etc.), multi-donor trust funds (the World Bank and United Nations bodies), and national trust funds [Indonesia REDD+ Partnership Fund (IRPF) and Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund (ICCTF)]. These funds are managed by government institu­tions, […] REDD+ Development in Indonesia

Papua New Guinea and Costa Rica called for the inclusion of reducing emissions from deforestation in developing countries (RED) at UNFCCC COP 11, 2005, in Montreal, Canada. Afterward, the Indonesia Forest Climate Alliance (IFCA) car­ried out brief studies on Indonesia’s preparedness to implement REDD methodo­logically and institutionally. At UNFCCC COP13, 2007, in Bali, Indonesia, the […]

Challenge ofREDD+ Financial Status in Indonesia

At this time, REDD+ projects are funded by international and national funds. The Government of Indonesia obtained international funds through bilateral cooperation (Australia, Germany, Japan, Norway, etc.) and multi-donors [the World Bank, the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Food and Agriculture Organization […]


The data and information were collected from October 2010 to July 2012. Through desk review, the institution, regulation/policy, strategy, and capacity building related to REDD+ were identified and analyzed. Comprehending the REDD+ current status and the challenge of a REDD+ financial mechanism were obtained from reviewing secondary data. The provincial level perspectives on REDD+ were […]