Mangrove clearing in Indonesia.
Although half of global mangrove deforestation since 2000 has been in Indonesia, Bintuni Bay and Mimika District have some of the largest intact...
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adaptation, agriculture, biodiversity, carbon, climate policy, Climate Risk Management, coastal, forest/forestry, indigenous, infrastructure, land tenure, low emission development strategies, mitigation, reducing emissions from deforestation & degradation (REDD+), resilience, Sustainable Land Management, sustainable landscapes, vulnerability assessment, water
Geography: 
Asia
Fadli children in elementary school photo
With climate change exacerbating the number and intensity of weather-related natural disasters like typhoons and floods, it is important that...
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adaptation, climate change integration, disaster, education, resilience, Self-reliance
Geography: 
Asia
Man photo
Smallholder rubber plantations represent a threat and an opportunity for carbon stock and biodiversity in Indonesia. A threat because poor...
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biodiversity, carbon, emissions, energy efficiency, forest/forestry, partnership
Geography: 
Asia
Children in a woodlot
Why do many community-based forestry enterprises (CBFEs) perform poorly even after years of donor and government investment? This was one of the...
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biodiversity, carbon, development donors, emissions, forest/forestry, governance, indigenous, land tenure, land use, low emission development strategies, partnership, private-sector engagement, sustainable landscapes
Geography: 
Asia, Global, Latin America & Caribbean
Mangrove clearing
Half the world’s total mangrove deforestation since 2000 has taken place in Indonesia, where the main driver is conversion for shrimp ponds. A new cost-benefit analysis by the USAID-funded Climate Economic Analysis Development, Investment, and Resilience (CEADIR) Activity sheds light on the financial and economic value of mangrove conservation, including impacts on near-shore fishing and greenhouse gas emissions.
Keywords: 
adaptation, agriculture, biodiversity, carbon, climate policy, Climate Risk Management, forest/forestry, indigenous, infrastructure, land tenure, land use, low emission development strategies, mitigation, poverty, reducing emissions from deforestation & degradation (REDD+), resilience, sustainable landscapes, vulnerability assessment, water
Geography: 
Asia, Global