Indonesia

Governors and Delegates

Aceh

Governor (Acting)

Nova Iriansyah

Delegates

Sahrial Wahab
Head of Environmental & Forestry Agency
sahriwah@gmail.com

Azhari
Head of Development Planning Agency
azhariast@yahoo.com

Central Kalimantan

Governor

Sugianto Sabran

Delegates

Fahrizal Fitri
Provincial Secretary
fahrizal_fitri@yahoo.com 

Rawing Rambang Donald Arthemas
Head of Estate Plantation Agency
rawing_rambang@yahoo.com 

 

East Kalimantan

Governor

Isran Noor

Delegates

Daddy Ruhiyat
Head of Provincial Climate Change Council
daddyruhiyat@yahoo.com 

Riza Indra Riadi
Head of Marine & Fisheries Agency
riza.indrariadi@gmail.com 

North Kalimantan

Governor

Dr. H. Irianto Lambrie

Delegates

Sarifuddin
Head of Forestry Agency
bossyarif888@gmail.com 

Edy Suharto S. Sos, MT
Head of Environmental Agency
dy_shrt@yahoo.com 

West Kalimantan

Governor

Sutarmidji

Delegates

Gusti Hardiansyah Machmud
Special Advisor to the Governor
gusti.hardiansyah@gmail.com 

Adi Yani
Head of Environmental & Settlement Agency
adiyani2002@gmail.com 

Papua

Governor

Lukas Enembe

Delegates

Noak Kapisa
Assistant to the Governor
gabinete@semas.pa.gov.br

Peter Vincentius Kamarea
Secretary of Climate Change & Sustainable Development Commission
peter.v.kamarea@gmail.com 

West Papua

Governor

Dominggus Mandacan

Delegates

Fredrik Hendrik Runaweri
Head of Forestry Agency
kadishut_pb@yahoo.com 

Professor Charlie D. Heatubun
Head of Provincial Research & Development Agency
charlie_deheatboen@yahoo.com 

News from Indonesia

Innovation Funding Window B Announcement

Innovation Funding Window B Announcement

The Governors’ Climate and Forests (GCF) Task Force, together with its partners Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative (NICFI) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is pleased to announce the launch of a new Innovation Funding Window under...

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“We can solve any problem that may arise. The most important is that when it is necessary, we are together, united.”

– Puyr dos Santos Tembé

Indigenous Peoples & Local Communities

Regional Steering Committee for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities

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West Papua

Professor Charlie D. Heatubun (Lead)
Head of Provincial Research & Development Agency
charlie_deheatboen@yahoo.com 

Fredrik Hendrik Runaweri
Head of Forestry Agency
kadishut_pb@yahoo.com 

West Kalimantan

Gusti Hardiansyah Machmud
Special Advisor to the Governor
gusti.hardiansyah@gmail.com

Adi Yani
Head of Environmental & Settlement Agency
adiyani2002@gmail.com

Aceh

Sahrial Wahab
Head of Environmental & Forestry Agency
sahriwah@gmail.com

Azhari
Head of Development Planning Agency
azhariast@yahoo.com

Agricultural Supply Chains

In 2019 GCF Task Force members in Indonesia launched a Steering Committee on Sustainable Agriculture in Indonesia (SCAI), a multistakeholder partnership that seeks to advance sustainable, deforestation-free agricultural commodity production at a jurisdictional scale. SCAI is led by provincial leaders and representatives from GCF Task Force provinces alongside farmer cooperatives and commodity traders, including Serikat Petani Kelapa Sawit (SPKS) and Gabungan Pengusaha Kelapa Sawit Indonesia (GAPKI). The provinces of Aceh, West Kalimantan, and Central Kalimantan are currently leading pilot activities for the GCF Task Force’s SCAI initiatives in Indonesia.

In Aceh support is being provided to map the main agricultural and forestry commodities in two Forest Management Unit (FMUs). This data will be used to improve the RPHJP (long term forest management plans) for the FMUs, seeking to develop models for local communities to generate income while protecting Aceh’s unique forest ecosystems. 

In Central Kalimantan the focus is on improving data quality related to the distribution and production of the province’s principal commodities: palm oil, cacao, coconut, rubber, and coffee. This data will be used by the provincial government to improve its spatial plan, known as Rencana Tata Ruang Wilayah (RTRW) in Indonesia. 

In West Kalimantan SCAI is expanding the recognition of smallholder rights by formally recognizing productions with Plantation Business Registration Certificates for Cultivation (Surat Tanda Daftar Usaha Perkebunan untuk Budidaya), known locally as STD-B certificates. These efforts are focused in the districts of Sanggau and Sintang, and will be scaled in the coming years to other districts and provinces within the GCF Task Force.

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