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The Forests Dialogue
Intensively Managed Planted Forests
Dialogue on Intensively Managed Planted Forests in Indonesia
The Forests Dialogue (TFD) will convene a dialogue with associated site visits in Sumatra, Indonesia in March 2007 to continue its exploration of intensively managed planted forests (IMPFs). This group of experts has come together to learn from each other and identify the conditions under which IMPFs can deliver an optimal and equitable mix of economic, social and environmental benefits both locally and globally. The Indonesia dialogue is a follow-up from the IMPF China dialogue of April 2006 and is the second in a series of dialogues and field visits by this working group to key IMPF regions around the world. It aims to expand the working group’s knowledge of IMPFs and contribute to ongoing national policy discussions on the role of IMPFs in meeting Indonesia’s future fiber demands. A priority of this dialogue will be to involve key Indonesian officials in the ongoing international dialogue process.
Ghosts on Our Own Land: Indonesian Oil Palm Smallholders and the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, by Forest Peoples Program and SawitWatch
Alimi, Taufiq. Certification for Just and Sustainable Plantation Forest Management
Barr, Chris. Intensively Managed Forest Plantations in Indonesia: Overview of Recent Trends and Current Plans
Brown, Tim. Sustaining Economic Growth, Rural Livelihoods and Environmental Benefits: Strategic Options for Forest Assistance in Indonesia.
Carle, Jim. Voluntary Guidelines for Responsible Management of Planted Forests
Dieterle, Gerhard. The Link between Forest Carbon, Avoided Deforestation and IMPFs
Dunning, Gary. Dialogue Introduction
Foead, Nazir. Forest plantation industry can contribute to conservation?
Jamil, Abbas. Social Conditions For Riau’s People In The Future After The Province’s Forests Have Been Destroyed.
Lindhe, Anders. The FSC Plantations Review - summary of the Policy phase.
Manurung, Togu. Forestry Ministry.
McKenzie, Colin. An Investment Perspective
McLeish, Moray. IFC - PENSA Sustainable Wood Programme: Access to Materials, Access to Markets
Murray, Hannah. TFD’s Initiative on Intensively Managed Planted Forests
Paoli, Gary. Application of the High Conservation Value (HCV) approach to promote social, ecological and economic sustainability of IMPF in Indonesia
Saleh, Anwar. Thoughts Of Lembaga Adat Melayu Riau On Planted Forests Industry Management.
Sudirno. Plantation Forest Development Program In Riau Province.
Virta, Juoko. Intensively Managed Planted Forests In Indonesia - An Industry Perspective.
Wijayaningdyah, Rulita. Labor Perspective on Indonesian IMPFs.
Co-Chair Summary Presentation.