17 April 2023
IOJI Provides Input on the Draft Government Regulation on Mangroves

Mangroves are a part of the blue carbon ecosystem. Their sustainability must be maintained and restored sustainably. As a follow-up to the seminar and launch of IOJI study “Strengthening Blue Carbon Ecosystem Governance in Indonesia” in January 2023, IOJI has provided input on the Draft Government Regulation on[…]

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31 January 2023
Seminar “Strengthening Blue Carbon Ecosystem Governance”

The restoration of blue carbon ecosystems is not just about ecological function recovery. The government must ensure that communities participate and benefit from restoration practices. “Mangroves are just as important as seaweed, shrimp, crabs, and milkfish,” Subhan began his presentation at the “Strengthening Blue Carbon Ecosystem Governance” seminar.[…]

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18 November 2022
Refleksi COP27 Mesir: Peran Jangka Panjang Karbon Biru

At the COP-27 roundtable discussion in Egypt, oceanographers discussed the long-term role of the ocean to reduce atmospheric CO2 concentrations through mangrove forest vegetation, salt marshes and seagrass beds – known as blue carbon. ___ Absorbing almost a quarter of all anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted into the[…]

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