Forests and agriculture | Webinar

How does landscape conservation/restoration work on the ground? An Indonesian case study

The focus of this discussion-based webinar is the Kampar Peninsula ‘Production: Protection’ approach. This involves a $100m dollar commitment, for an area twice the size of Singapore, by APRIL, a large Indonesian resource company. 

During the webinar, the panel discusses how a large company can make landscape scale protection and restoration happen in Indonesia, the challenges, the opportunities and the progress made so far, for the business, and the environment and communities. The focus is on how to make credible, verifiable progress happen, and work in collaboration to show how a scaled approach can succeed. The panel also look at the potential lessons-learned from this project, known as Restorasi Ekosistem Riau (RER) for other landscapes and the commoditie produced in them.

Speakers include: 
• Lucita Jasmin, director of sustainability and external affairs, APRIL
• Justin Adams, executive director, Tropical Forest Alliance 2020
• Fitrian Ardiansyah, executive chairman, IDH (Inisiatif Dagang Hijau) Indonesia
• Brad Sanders, deputy head of conservation, APRIL

Moderated by Toby Webb, founder, Innovation Forum

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