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    Well-designed road infrastructure to save forest and its biodiversity in Betung Kerihun national park, West Kalimantan, Indonesia
    XV World Forestry Congress, 2-6 May 2022
    2022
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    Betung Kerihun National Park supports a variety of unique and endangered fauna and flora, including orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), Bornean gibbon (Hylobates muelleri), sun bear (Helarctos malayanus), a huge diversity of bird species, especially hornbills (Buceros sp.), and various Dipterocarps. The park is directly adjacent to Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary and Batang Ai National Park in Sarawak-Malaysia, where the Punan Havongan Dayak people reside in the forest and the Mountain Dayak sub-tribes of Punan Muller-Schwaner inhabit the upper ridges of the Kapuas River. In 2018, UNESCO designated the Betung Kerihun and Danau Sentarum as a World Biosphere Reserve. The communities in and around the Betung Kerihun area have limited access to outside the area, which has resulted in poor economic development. Currently, some areas within the park are included in the government’s agenda for the Trans-Kalimantan Highway development, which uses the concept of a parallel- border road. One 157 km road segment will be built in the Betung Kerihun area, stretching from Putussibau to Nanga Era to the East Kalimantan boundary. While this road construction will bring some positive benefits, the negative impacts may significantly affect the area’s unique biodiversity and local indigenous communities if they are not properly mitigated. This paper discusses the national park’s initiatives to design a road that prioritizes biodiversity conservation and minimizes impacts to ensure this development aligns with the recent Regulation from the Minister of Environment and Forestry No. 23 of 2019 concerning strategic road development inside forest areas. The presence of parallel-border roads, if carried out in accordance with the proposed design, will facilitate socio-economic development among local communities as well as support sustainable regional development. Keywords: Betung Kerihun National Park, Trans-Kalimantan Highway, sustainable infrastructure, socioeconomic development, road construction, wildlife corridors. ID: 3486356
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    Estimation de la valeur économique et sociale des biens et services rendus par les écosystèmes forestiers méditerranéens : synthèse régionale 2016
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    This report takes place within the framework of the regional project “Maximize the production of goods and services of Mediterranean forest ecosystems in the context of global changes” (2012-2016) financed by the French Global Environment Facility together with the German Cooperation (GIZ), the French Ministry of Agriculture, Agrifood, and Forestry, and the European Union in 5 countries in North Africa (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia) and the Near East (Lebanon, Turkey). This report aims to present a regional synthesis of the results of the component 2 focused on the evaluation of the economic and social value of goods and services provided by forest ecosystems. This report presents the studies carried out in four pilot sites: the Chréa National Park in Algeria, the Jabal Moussa Biosphere Reserve in Lebanon, the Maâmora Forest in Morocco and the Düzlerçami Forest in Turkey and integrates the results of the economic evaluation of goods and services of the Barbara Watershed in Tunisia, carrie d out previously. This report presents the methods used to evaluate the different goods and services in the different pilot sites, the results obtained and their analysis, and the lessons learned from these regional economic assessments.
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    Estimation de la valeur économique et sociale des biens et services rendus par les écosystèmes forestiers méditerranéens : synthèse régionale 2016
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    Ce rapport s'inscrit dans le cadre du projet « Optimiser la production de biens et services par les écosystèmes boisés méditerranéens dans un contexte de changements globaux » (2012-2016), financé par le Fonds Français pour l’Environnement Mondial et cofinancé par l’agence Allemande de coopération Internationale (GIZ), le Ministère de l’Agriculture, de l’Agroalimentaire et de la Forêt (MAAF) et l’Union Européenne dans cinq pays d'Afrique du Nord (Algérie, Maroc, Tunisie) et du Proche-Orient (Lib an, Turquie). Ce rapport présente une synthèse régionale des résultats de l'étude sur l'évaluation de la valeur économique et sociale des biens et services fournis par les écosystèmes forestiers mise en œuvre dans quatre sites pilotes : le Parc National de Chréa en Algérie, la Réserve de Biosphère de Jabal Moussa au Liban, la Forêt de la Maâmora au Maroc et la Forêt de Düzlerçami en Turquie et intègre les résultats de l’évaluation économique des biens et services du Bassin Versant de Barbara en Tunisie, réalisée antérieurement. Il présente également les méthodes utilisées pour l’évaluation des différents services au niveau des sites étudiés, les résultats obtenus ainsi que leur analyse et enfin les leçons tirées de ces évaluations économiques à l’échelle régionale.
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    Well-designed road infrastructure to save forest and its biodiversity in Betung Kerihun national park, West Kalimantan, Indonesia
    XV World Forestry Congress, 2-6 May 2022
    2022
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    Betung Kerihun National Park supports a variety of unique and endangered fauna and flora, including orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), Bornean gibbon (Hylobates muelleri), sun bear (Helarctos malayanus), a huge diversity of bird species, especially hornbills (Buceros sp.), and various Dipterocarps. The park is directly adjacent to Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary and Batang Ai National Park in Sarawak-Malaysia, where the Punan Havongan Dayak people reside in the forest and the Mountain Dayak sub-tribes of Punan Muller-Schwaner inhabit the upper ridges of the Kapuas River. In 2018, UNESCO designated the Betung Kerihun and Danau Sentarum as a World Biosphere Reserve. The communities in and around the Betung Kerihun area have limited access to outside the area, which has resulted in poor economic development. Currently, some areas within the park are included in the government’s agenda for the Trans-Kalimantan Highway development, which uses the concept of a parallel- border road. One 157 km road segment will be built in the Betung Kerihun area, stretching from Putussibau to Nanga Era to the East Kalimantan boundary. While this road construction will bring some positive benefits, the negative impacts may significantly affect the area’s unique biodiversity and local indigenous communities if they are not properly mitigated. This paper discusses the national park’s initiatives to design a road that prioritizes biodiversity conservation and minimizes impacts to ensure this development aligns with the recent Regulation from the Minister of Environment and Forestry No. 23 of 2019 concerning strategic road development inside forest areas. The presence of parallel-border roads, if carried out in accordance with the proposed design, will facilitate socio-economic development among local communities as well as support sustainable regional development. Keywords: Betung Kerihun National Park, Trans-Kalimantan Highway, sustainable infrastructure, socioeconomic development, road construction, wildlife corridors. ID: 3486356
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    Estimation de la valeur économique et sociale des biens et services rendus par les écosystèmes forestiers méditerranéens : synthèse régionale 2016
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    This report takes place within the framework of the regional project “Maximize the production of goods and services of Mediterranean forest ecosystems in the context of global changes” (2012-2016) financed by the French Global Environment Facility together with the German Cooperation (GIZ), the French Ministry of Agriculture, Agrifood, and Forestry, and the European Union in 5 countries in North Africa (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia) and the Near East (Lebanon, Turkey). This report aims to present a regional synthesis of the results of the component 2 focused on the evaluation of the economic and social value of goods and services provided by forest ecosystems. This report presents the studies carried out in four pilot sites: the Chréa National Park in Algeria, the Jabal Moussa Biosphere Reserve in Lebanon, the Maâmora Forest in Morocco and the Düzlerçami Forest in Turkey and integrates the results of the economic evaluation of goods and services of the Barbara Watershed in Tunisia, carrie d out previously. This report presents the methods used to evaluate the different goods and services in the different pilot sites, the results obtained and their analysis, and the lessons learned from these regional economic assessments.
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    Estimation de la valeur économique et sociale des biens et services rendus par les écosystèmes forestiers méditerranéens : synthèse régionale 2016
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    Ce rapport s'inscrit dans le cadre du projet « Optimiser la production de biens et services par les écosystèmes boisés méditerranéens dans un contexte de changements globaux » (2012-2016), financé par le Fonds Français pour l’Environnement Mondial et cofinancé par l’agence Allemande de coopération Internationale (GIZ), le Ministère de l’Agriculture, de l’Agroalimentaire et de la Forêt (MAAF) et l’Union Européenne dans cinq pays d'Afrique du Nord (Algérie, Maroc, Tunisie) et du Proche-Orient (Lib an, Turquie). Ce rapport présente une synthèse régionale des résultats de l'étude sur l'évaluation de la valeur économique et sociale des biens et services fournis par les écosystèmes forestiers mise en œuvre dans quatre sites pilotes : le Parc National de Chréa en Algérie, la Réserve de Biosphère de Jabal Moussa au Liban, la Forêt de la Maâmora au Maroc et la Forêt de Düzlerçami en Turquie et intègre les résultats de l’évaluation économique des biens et services du Bassin Versant de Barbara en Tunisie, réalisée antérieurement. Il présente également les méthodes utilisées pour l’évaluation des différents services au niveau des sites étudiés, les résultats obtenus ainsi que leur analyse et enfin les leçons tirées de ces évaluations économiques à l’échelle régionale.
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    Well-designed road infrastructure to save forest and its biodiversity in Betung Kerihun national park, West Kalimantan, Indonesia
    XV World Forestry Congress, 2-6 May 2022
    2022
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    Betung Kerihun National Park supports a variety of unique and endangered fauna and flora, including orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), Bornean gibbon (Hylobates muelleri), sun bear (Helarctos malayanus), a huge diversity of bird species, especially hornbills (Buceros sp.), and various Dipterocarps. The park is directly adjacent to Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary and Batang Ai National Park in Sarawak-Malaysia, where the Punan Havongan Dayak people reside in the forest and the Mountain Dayak sub-tribes of Punan Muller-Schwaner inhabit the upper ridges of the Kapuas River. In 2018, UNESCO designated the Betung Kerihun and Danau Sentarum as a World Biosphere Reserve. The communities in and around the Betung Kerihun area have limited access to outside the area, which has resulted in poor economic development. Currently, some areas within the park are included in the government’s agenda for the Trans-Kalimantan Highway development, which uses the concept of a parallel- border road. One 157 km road segment will be built in the Betung Kerihun area, stretching from Putussibau to Nanga Era to the East Kalimantan boundary. While this road construction will bring some positive benefits, the negative impacts may significantly affect the area’s unique biodiversity and local indigenous communities if they are not properly mitigated. This paper discusses the national park’s initiatives to design a road that prioritizes biodiversity conservation and minimizes impacts to ensure this development aligns with the recent Regulation from the Minister of Environment and Forestry No. 23 of 2019 concerning strategic road development inside forest areas. The presence of parallel-border roads, if carried out in accordance with the proposed design, will facilitate socio-economic development among local communities as well as support sustainable regional development. Keywords: Betung Kerihun National Park, Trans-Kalimantan Highway, sustainable infrastructure, socioeconomic development, road construction, wildlife corridors. ID: 3486356
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    Estimation de la valeur économique et sociale des biens et services rendus par les écosystèmes forestiers méditerranéens : synthèse régionale 2016
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    This report takes place within the framework of the regional project “Maximize the production of goods and services of Mediterranean forest ecosystems in the context of global changes” (2012-2016) financed by the French Global Environment Facility together with the German Cooperation (GIZ), the French Ministry of Agriculture, Agrifood, and Forestry, and the European Union in 5 countries in North Africa (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia) and the Near East (Lebanon, Turkey). This report aims to present a regional synthesis of the results of the component 2 focused on the evaluation of the economic and social value of goods and services provided by forest ecosystems. This report presents the studies carried out in four pilot sites: the Chréa National Park in Algeria, the Jabal Moussa Biosphere Reserve in Lebanon, the Maâmora Forest in Morocco and the Düzlerçami Forest in Turkey and integrates the results of the economic evaluation of goods and services of the Barbara Watershed in Tunisia, carrie d out previously. This report presents the methods used to evaluate the different goods and services in the different pilot sites, the results obtained and their analysis, and the lessons learned from these regional economic assessments.
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    Estimation de la valeur économique et sociale des biens et services rendus par les écosystèmes forestiers méditerranéens : synthèse régionale 2016
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    Ce rapport s'inscrit dans le cadre du projet « Optimiser la production de biens et services par les écosystèmes boisés méditerranéens dans un contexte de changements globaux » (2012-2016), financé par le Fonds Français pour l’Environnement Mondial et cofinancé par l’agence Allemande de coopération Internationale (GIZ), le Ministère de l’Agriculture, de l’Agroalimentaire et de la Forêt (MAAF) et l’Union Européenne dans cinq pays d'Afrique du Nord (Algérie, Maroc, Tunisie) et du Proche-Orient (Lib an, Turquie). Ce rapport présente une synthèse régionale des résultats de l'étude sur l'évaluation de la valeur économique et sociale des biens et services fournis par les écosystèmes forestiers mise en œuvre dans quatre sites pilotes : le Parc National de Chréa en Algérie, la Réserve de Biosphère de Jabal Moussa au Liban, la Forêt de la Maâmora au Maroc et la Forêt de Düzlerçami en Turquie et intègre les résultats de l’évaluation économique des biens et services du Bassin Versant de Barbara en Tunisie, réalisée antérieurement. Il présente également les méthodes utilisées pour l’évaluation des différents services au niveau des sites étudiés, les résultats obtenus ainsi que leur analyse et enfin les leçons tirées de ces évaluations économiques à l’échelle régionale.

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