Sustainable Landscapes Partnership: Building a Green Future in North Sumatra, Indonesia

The Sustainable Landscapes Partnership (SLP) works with local governments and other partners to address climate change, conserve forests and improve livelihoods. With support from SLP, governments, communities, businesses and NGOs develop and test innovative, landscape-scale solutions to problems caused by human pressures on nature. The goal is a sustainable development path that protects our food, fresh water, livelihoods and climate that accounts for nature’s critical role in our well-being.

This video is produced by the SLP team working in North Sumatra, Indonesia. It presents the goals and benefits of the program, and features community members and partners that are engaged in the program. The video is in Bahasa Indonesia with English Subtitles.

Country
Indonesia
Strategic Objective
Mitigation, Adaptation
Topics
Water and Sanitation, Sustainable Landscapes, Resilience, Private Sector Engagement, Mitigation, Land Use, Forestry, Ecosystem-based Adaptation, Biodiversity, Adaptation
Region
Asia

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