How to raise the ambitions for forest landscape restoration in Asia?
That was the question to the participants when Indonesia invited to the first Bonn Challenge Asia Regional High-Level Roundtable.
Our Planet: President Jokowi and Minister Helgesen on environmental crime
Did you know that environmental crime is one of the fastest growing «sectors» in the global economy?
- Indonesia's Peat Moratorium could benefit people, welfare and climate
Indonesia's President Jokowi today issued a moratorium on the conversion of peatland. According to the government regulation issuing the moratorium, activities that degrade the hydrological functions of peat are illegal.
Germany, Norway and the United Kingdom pledge $5 billion to support forests as an essential climate solution
Germany, Norway and the United Kingdom announced during the Paris climate summit a collective aim of providing $5 billion to support countries that are “reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation”, known as REDD+.
Islands of hope in a sea of deforestation: Norway supports environmental protection in East Kalimantan
On 29 September – 2 October, Embassy staff visited environmental projects in East Kalimantan province together with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Indonesia.
Winners of climate change writing contest go to Paris for climate change conference (COP 21)
Ten journalists from ten different provinces visited the Royal Norwegian Embassy on Wednesday 19 August 2015. They are participants in a project carried out by Dr.
What roles do Indigenous Peoples and forests have in a sustainable future?
In April 2015, over a quarter of a million people flocked to the National Mall in Washington for the Global Citizen Earth Day concert.
Norway’s climate target for 2030: At least 40% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, compared to 1990 levels
Today, Norway submitted its 2030 climate target to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. In December this year, a new global climate agreement is to be concluded at the UN Climate Conference in Paris.
Great reduction in deforestation of Indonesia’s rainforests
A new analysis shows that the destruction of natural forests in Indonesia declined by 48 percent in the period 2012 to 2013.
Norway congratulates Indonesia on their draft submission of its draft national Forest Reference Emissions Level
On 24 November, Indonesia presented a draft national Forest Reference Emissions Level (FREL) submission at a stakeholder meeting in Jakarta.
Call for proposals: Civil Society funding
Call for proposals - Climate and Forest Funding for Civil Society 2016-2020 / Undangan Mengirimkan Proposal - Pendanaan Perubahan Iklim dan Hutan bagi Organisasi Masyarakat Sipil untuk Periode 2016-2020