Promoting Smallholders Carbon Projects in Indonesia

Wahyu Yun Santosa


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17304/ijil.vol8.3.303

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Abstract


As archipelagic country comprising about 17,000 islands and spreading
over a total area of 191 million hectares, the prospect of carbon projects in
Indonesia are massive. Aside present carbon project activities, the chances
to initiate more small scale carbon project are abundant. However, most of
the attentions are given for large scale carbon projects as carbon reduction
itself still considered as an exclusive interest only. Several lessons can be
learn by Indonesian from other developing countries on the implementation
of smallholders carbon project. This article aims to briefly describe
this issue and purposedly explore the chance of promoting smallholders
carbon projects in Indonesia.




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