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Paludiculture: Utilizing peatlands to keep them wet

Many people assume that peat ecosystems have low productivity, marginal land and cannot be utilized. But in fact, peatland supports the development and life of the Indonesian people because of its functions related to water regulation, carbon storage, sources of community life, harbor of biodiversity and reducing hydrometeorological disasters

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Paludiculture: because the sad story in peatlands does not want to be repeated

Forest and land fires, or commonly referred to as Karhutla, especially on peatlands, have been a sad story for Indonesia for at least the past […]

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MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION ROAD MAP OF LAND SUBSIDENCE IN LOWLAND COASTAL AREAS IN INDONESIA

Land subsidence is a phenomenon of sudden sinking or gradual downward settling of the ground’s surface towards  the reference point. This condition is commonly occurs […]

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PaludiFor, An Indonesian Tropical Paludiculture Multi-Stakeholder Forum Now Officially Launched

Bogor, 30 Juli 2019. Head of Forest Research and Development, Research and Development and Innovation Body of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF), who […]

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Vacancy for Business Model Developer (Consultant)

Wetland International Indonesia (WII) is currently seeking for a Business Model Developer, who will be responsible to develop business cases based on 10 DMG-Indonesia project […]

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Urban Wetlands Make Vibrant Cities

On February 2nd every year, the world celebrates World Wetlands Day. This date was officially announced as World Wetlands Day since 1997, commemorating an international […]

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How to submit your Luc Hoffmann Medal nomination in 4 simple steps

So, you know a Wetland Champion who has shown outstanding leadership in wetland science, conservation or awareness raising? And you’d like to nominate them for […]

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COP 23: The need for local action to sustain peatlands globally

Degrading peatlands contribute 5% of the total global anthropogenic emissions and increase disaster and climate risks. This side event will provide an opportunity for governments, […]

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Indonesian Peatland Partnership Fund

DMG-Indonesia is partnership fund governed by Wetlands International, designed to support projects in community-based peatland conservation, restoration and sustainable development. Find out more about Indonesian […]

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PRESS RELEASE : Too Much Hot Air – Current Failure of the Indonesian Pulp and Paper Industry to Reform Its Peatland Management

Jakarta, 10 August 2017 – Today, the Environmental Paper Network (EPN) and Jikalahari (Riau Forest rescue Network) are launching a report titled ‘Too Much Hot […]