Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Ministry of Forestry Event at UNFCCC COP 18 : Indonesia's 15 Years Contribution to Combat Climate Change: Reducing Deforestation

Indonesia’s National Forest Monitoring System (INFMS) has been established and embedded within the Ministry of Forestry to provide information on the location and extent of the main forest and land use types, to estimate volume and growth by forest type, and to assess the state of the forests.

The monitoring system has four main components:

  1. forest resources (status) assessment
  2. forest resources (change) monitoring
  3. geographic information system and 
  4. users’ involvement. 

Wednesday, 5 December 2012 20.15 – 21.45 pm

Qatar National Convention Center (QNCC), Side Event Room 6

Yetti Rusli, 
Senior Adviser to Minister of Forestry on Environment and Climate

Keynote Speech Rachmat Witoelar,
President's Special Envoy for Climate Change/Executive Chair of National Council on Climate Change

Movie: 'The Leaf Lies a Breath'

Indonesian's Programme for Reducing Emission

Agus Purnomo,
Special Staff to the President for Climate Change, the Head of National Council of Climate Change Secretariat

FAO: Forest Monitoring and REDD+
Sánz Sánchez, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Indonesian's National Forest Monitoring System (NFMS)
Yuyu Rahayu, Director Forest Resources Inventory and Monitoring, MoFor

Sub national REDD+ MRV development and Provincial Action Plan for Reducing Emission
Laksmi Banowati, UNREDD Programme Indonesia Panel Discussion

Closing Remark
Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia in Doha


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