Indonesia: Transparency in the Forestry sector Fred Stolle World Resources Institute Forest Team. Overview. Indonesia's Forests New Incentives for Good Forest Governance and Transparency Forest Governance in Indonesia Steps towards better Forest Governance and Transparency. Overview.
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Indonesia Area: 200 million ha (compared to USA 900 million ha)
Population: 210 Million
(compared to USA 300 million)
Forest land: approx 200 M ha
Forest Cover: approx 100 M ha
Deforestation rate 1 - 2 million ha /yr
Source FAO-FRA 2005
Source FAO-FRA 2005
The total volume of roundwood exports reported by the Indonesia Ministry of Forestry in 2000 was only 10,700 m3
However, reported imports by trade partners was 1,445,400 m3
For the Province of East-Kalimantan:
At a price of carbon around 10 U$ per metric ton, reducing deforestation inside National Parks would generate 36 million dollars /yr
In 2006 the total budget for National Parks for East-Kalimantan of approximately 5 million US$ province
Petrova, Stolle, & Brown 2006
What are the challenges?
Derived from : WB 2006
Work with the Ministry of Forestry in cooperation with the World BankFOMASForest Monitoring and Assessment SystemNot a system but a process
“If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it”
Accurate timely forest cover
All Forest Management units Polygons (Logging concessions, Plantations, National Parks etc)
Transparent National yearly updated Database
This is not a data exercise but the use of data to improve governance issues
Maps and data are the result of preliminary analysis carried out by the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry in cooperation with: SDSU, UMD, NASA, USGS, ESF, WB and WRI.
These taxes together would earn in 2006 (in million US$):
0.6 (IHPH) + 86.8 (PSDH) + 110.4 (DR) = 197
110 Billion Rp
11 million US$
On a population
Forest Management Units
Source: World Bank 2006Policy Options