- However, because these ecosystems are under significant pressure from unsustainable land-use practices, they must be credited in the national forest monitoring and measurement mechanism and integrated into the national policy agenda.
- In January 2016, the Government of Indonesia submitted a forest reference emission level (FREL) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat, and is currently in the process of finalizing its second FREL.
- To achieve the intended improvement in the FREL, CIFOR has played an active role by co-producing relevant data and knowledge products, building capacity among key personnel and stakeholders, and creating a platform for communication, engagement and outreach at national and international levels.
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- Authors: Bhomia, R.K., Nofyanza, S., Thürer, T., O’Connell, E., Murdiyarso, D.
- Author Affiliation: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
- Subjects: measurement, evaluation, wetlands, climate change, tropical forests, emissions
- Publication type: Brief
- Year: 2021
- DOI: https://doi.org/10.17528/cifor/008048
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