Forest track - Indonesia case study: How does landscape conservation work on the ground, at scale?

Clock icon 13:30 - 13:30
The Kampar Peninsula ‘Production: Protection’ approach involves a $100m dollar commitment, for an area twice the size of Singapore, by APRIL, a large Indonesian resource company. In this session we’ll discuss how a large company can make landscape scale restoration happen in Indonesia on the Kampar Peninsular. We’ll discuss the challenges, the opportunities and the progress made so far, for the business, and the environment and communities. The focus will be on how to make credible, verifiable progress happen, and work in collaboration to show how a scaled approach can succeed.
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Lucita Jasmin


Director of Sustainability & External Affairs

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Brad Sanders


Head of Operations, Riau Ecosystem Restoration

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For any questions on the conference, please contact:

Tanya Richard
Project Director
+44 (0) 20 3780 7437

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Anita Thomson
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