Tagged with "Aceh – Indonesia"

  • Why forest-based carbon trading is poised to go mainstream

    Ten years after it dropped off the sustainability radar, voluntary forest-based carbon trading is finally poised to get off the ground for real. We believe it can have a key role in safeguarding the future of our planet.

    Why forest-based carbon trading is poised to go mainstream
  • Unilever joins IDH coalition in backing Aceh Tamiang district (Indonesia) in its bid to become a sustainability leader

    Unilever and IDH have committed a combined investment of over 1.5 million euros to support the district of Aceh Tamiang in its goal to become one of the greenest commodity-producing regions in Indonesia. Last year, stakeholders from Aceh Tamiang established a production, protection and inclusion (PPI) compact. The compact’s three-year program will increase forest protection and reforestation, improve monitoring, support smallholder farmers to increase its sustainable palm oil productivity by 30 percent, and finally to protect an area within the Leuser Ecosystem.

    Unilever joins IDH coalition in backing Aceh Tamiang district (Indonesia) in its bid to become a sustainability leader
  • Unilever joins IDH coalition in backing Aceh Tamiang in its bid to become a sustainability leader

    Unilever and IDH have committed a combined investment of over 1.5 million euros to support the district of Aceh Tamiang in its goal to become one of the greenest commodity-producing regions in Indonesia. Last year, stakeholders from Aceh Tamiang established a production, protection and inclusion (PPI) compact. The compact’s three-year program will increase forest protection and reforestation, improve monitoring, support smallholder farmers to increase its sustainable palm oil productivity by 30 percent, and finally to protect an area within the Leuser Ecosystem.

    Unilever joins IDH coalition in backing Aceh Tamiang in its bid to become a sustainability leader
  • An inside look into how IDH convenes stakeholders for sustainable landscapes

    A recent study has revealed a number of issues in the field of integrated landscape approaches. The researchers found that insufficient attention is paid to power relations in cross-sectorial…

    An inside look into how IDH convenes stakeholders for sustainable landscapes
  • National Initiatives for Sustainable & Climate Smart Oil Palm Smallholders (NI-SCOPS)

    The Palm Oil Problem The palm oil sector contributes to the food security, employment, and financial health of many developing countries. Yet, its global expansion is associated with significant greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, and…

    National Initiatives for Sustainable & Climate Smart Oil Palm Smallholders (NI-SCOPS)
  • Papua and West Papua, Indonesia

      Papua and West Papua have enormous potential. As the third-largest tropical forest area in the world, both provinces promise to be our last remaining tool for climate change mitigation. …

    Papua and West Papua, Indonesia
  • Biodiversity makes business sense: International Day for Biological Diversity

    The Leuser ecosystem is one of the only places in the world where orangutans, elephants, tigers, sun bears and rhinos co-exist in the wild. In the buffer zone of the Leuser Ecosystem in Aceh Tamiang, local smallholders and communities are restoring degraded lands by planting fruit trees, vegetables and hardwood trees. This contributes to increased biodiversity while providing alternative income sources for the smallholders.

    Biodiversity makes business sense: International Day for Biological Diversity
  • PPI Compact signed: Aceh Tamiang to become sustainable production region as 1st step towards VSA

    Aceh Tamiang will improve Sustainable Palm Oil Yield by 30% through a PPI (Production, Protection, Inclusion) Compact as a first step towards Aceh Tamiang becoming a…

    PPI Compact signed: Aceh Tamiang to become sustainable production region as 1st step towards VSA
  • Reality check: How to make zero-deforestation pledges work for forests, economy and social inclusion – Blog

    Despite pledges and best efforts by companies and governments around the world to de-link palm oil, soy, timber, cocoa and other tropical commodities from illegal deforestation, forest loss continues at…

    Reality check: How to make zero-deforestation pledges work for forests, economy and social inclusion – Blog
  • New resource: A look at IDH’s approach to building sustainable landscapes

    How can we address deforestation, water depletion and other natural resource management issues while improving farmer and community livelihoods on a large scale? We must ensure that agricultural production is…

    New resource: A look at IDH’s approach to building sustainable landscapes