Tagged with "Indonesia"

  • NI-SCOPS Indonesia

    The National Initiative on Sustainable and Climate Smart Oil Palm Smallholders (NI-SCOPS) is a program initiated by the Government of the Netherlands and the Government of Indonesia where in as…

    NI-SCOPS Indonesia
  • Press Release: Cargill Tropical Palm and IDH working together to help independent Indonesian palm oil smallholders increase yields sustainably

    More than 8,900 independent smallholders to be trained in good agricultural practice as part of Cargill’s commitments to smallholder inclusion Jakarta, 30 September 2020 – Cargill has signed an…

    Press Release: Cargill Tropical Palm and IDH working together to help independent Indonesian palm oil smallholders increase yields sustainably
  • Podcast: Green Recovery in the Land Use Sector

    In this podcast Nienke Stam, Program Director of Landscape Finance at IDH; Bambi Semroc, Vice President for the Centre for Sustainable Lands and Waters at Conservation International and…

    Podcast: Green Recovery in the Land Use Sector
  • Green Recovery Commitments: Practical Measures for Action

    A green recovery from COVID-19 will take a global effort. IDH and Conservation International put forward a number of recommendations for how to best leverage COVID-19 economic recovery support packages in the land use sector for the benefit of people and the planet.

    Green Recovery Commitments: Practical Measures for Action
  • Call for Tenders for Evaluation of the Program: “Connecting Production, Protection, and Inclusion”

    IDH is launching a call for Tenders to select a service provider to conduct the evaluation of the program “Connecting Production, Protection & Inclusion – Conserving and Restoring Forest and…

    Call for Tenders for Evaluation of the Program: “Connecting Production, Protection, and Inclusion”
  • 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
  • USD $30 million investment to protect forests and make Indonesian palm oil more sustainable

    Impact investment fund &Green has committed a 10-year loan of USD $30 million to Indonesian oil palm company PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk (DSNG) to bring palm oil production up to international sustainability standards, make the palm oil supply chain more traceable and protect forests. The landscape protection plan of the transaction is focused on seven subsidiaries based in East Kalimantan (Indonesia), where DSNG has 75% of its mature palm oil plantations and most its mills.

    USD $30 million investment to protect forests and make Indonesian palm oil more sustainable
  • Press release – IDH and Conservation International Partner to Support Green COVID-19 Recovery and Sustainable Supply Chains

    IDH and Conservation International Partner to Support Green COVID-19 Recovery and Sustainable Supply Chains Arlington, VA (June 17, 2020) – Today, Conservation International and IDH – The Sustainable…

    Press release – IDH and Conservation International Partner to Support Green COVID-19 Recovery and Sustainable Supply Chains
  • 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