Piloting nature-positive economic recovery in Indonesia

03/2023 | Report
[Translate to English:] Cover Piloting nature-positive economic recovery in Indonesia

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted Indone¬sia’s economy and increased the risk for unsustainable land use to secure financial needs. A pilot in Borneo focuses on local economic development, improved livelihoods, species conservation and forest restoration in production landscapes. It aims to create practical evidence for the benefits and functionality of nature-positive recovery measures by implementing activities that can add value to NTFP value chains and conserve biodiversity.

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