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Muara Teweh Conservation: Protecting one of the largest logging concession
Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
The project aims to convert the existing logging license into a protected forest, resulting in approximately 36 million VCU (Verified Carbon Units), equivalent to removing 250,000 cars from the road annually. The forest area includes a mix of lowland secondary forest and swamp forest. The project has been actively harvesting timber in the past 10 years, with an >80% logging realization achievement against its management plan (RKU). The project area is bordered by palm oil plantations and illegal mining areas, creating a clear threat of illegal deforestation and encroachment. The project area is one of the top 10 largest and oldest concessions in Indonesia, 5x larger than the average logging concessions.
Laos Forest Conservation, Climate & Community Project (LFCCC)
The project plans to protect 132,000 Ha pristine forest from illegal deforestation activities in parallel with restoring more than 25,000 Ha of degraded land near the Laos National Forest. Project is expected to avoid and sequester a combined 407,000 tCO2e through forest protection and restoration activities. Preserving the project area will provide essential ecological services, particularly benefiting the local community. More than 545,000 individuals are affected by this project as they heavily rely on the forest for their livelihoods.
Cilacap Blue Carbon: Indonesia's First Community-Based Blue Carbon Project
Central Java, Indonesia
This blue carbon project is estimated to sequester ~1.3 million tCO2eq over the project's lifetime, equivalent to the annual electricity consumption of approximately 190,000 households. Located within the vast Segara Anakan lagoon along Java Island's southern coast, the project area is threatened by unsustainable aquaculture practices and a lack of incentives to restore the mangrove ecosystem. The revitalization of the mangrove ecosystem is critical and closely linked to the communities' well-being, as they rely heavily on silvofishery for their livelihoods, which can only thrive in a healthy mangrove ecosystem.
Siberut Island Protection: Ensuring the Sustainable Future of Siberut Island
West Sumatera, Indonesia
The project area represents approximately 15% of Siberut Island, with the forest storing over 20 million tCO2eq. It is an active logging concession, with an average logging realization achievement exceeding 70% against its management plan (RKU) in the past 10 years. This region holds high biodiversity value due to its direct adjacency to the Siberut National Park, making it crucial for biodiversity conservation. Protection of the area creates significant ecological impact, as the area is a biosphere reserve with the highest level of biodiversity on Sumatra Island. The development of this project will impact over 8,000 individuals who have traditionally relied on forest resources for their livelihoods.
Mahakam Ulu Landscape Protection: Safeguarding The Ecological Richness
East Kalimantan, Indonesia
The conversion of the logging area into a protected forest has the potential to avoid emissions of approximately 250,729 tCO2e per year. The project manages 6 blocks of concessions across an 82,180 Ha area in East Kalimantan. The project area is allocated to two separate legal entities. The northern part of the area directly borders the Mahakam River, the largest river in East Kalimantan, which is home to diverse ecological richness in the project area.
Sintang Tropical Initiative: Improved Forest Management in Kalimantan's Region
West Kalimantan, Indonesia
The project produces an estimated 245,000 tCO2eq per annum through its conversion from logging to a protected forest. The project manages an IUPHHK-HA license until 2057. The asset owner is a seasoned logging company with 11+ years of experience and is currently actively logging the concession. The project is an active concession, reflected in the high deforestation rate over the past 10 years, where the area experienced an annual forest cover loss of 1.6%.
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