Innovative Approach for Sustainable Conservation
A session by HCS Approach Steering Group
Date : Friday, 11 November 2016
Time : 10.40 – 12.00 GMT
Venue : Indonesia Pavilion at COP 22, Marrakech, Morocco
Dr. Hadi Daryanto
Director General of Social Forestry and Environmental Partnership, Ministry of Environment and Forestry
Dr. Hadi Daryanto is currently Director General of Social Forestry and Environmental Partnership, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Republic of Indonesia. He was formerly as Secretary-General of Forestry Ministry and Director General of the Forest Product Development, Ministry of Forestry.
He had professional experiences as Senior Expert on the Counterpart of Sustainable Forest Management Project and Strengthening Management Capacity Project for GTZ (Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit) from 1994 till 2004.
Beside on his dedication in GTZ project, He has served as technocrat and senior official in Ministry of Forestry for 35 years. He involved in formulating the Constitution and Government Regulation on Forest Arrangement and Forest Management Plan. He actively contributed in numerous national and international seminars, workshops, trainings and publications.
Director General Daryanto has a PhD in Advance Wood Science and Technology from E.N.S.E.M Grand École Nancy in France. He obtained a Master in Mechanic, Technology and Automation of Wood Science from France Grand École at E.N.S.E.M, I.N.P.L and Nancy University. He started his university studies in Forest Management, Planning and Natural Resources Management at Bogor Agricultural University in Indonesia.
Ms. Aida Greenbury
Chair of Private Sector Roundtable, Asia Pacific Rainforest Recovery Partnership
For the past year, Aida Greenbury has served as Chair of the Private Sector Roundtable of the Asia Pacific Rainforest Partnership (APRP). The roundtable has worked together to 1) address key policy challenges hindering private sector engagement in forest restoration and conservation, and 2) detail innovative approaches and projects for forest conservation and restoration in order to provide examples and opportunities for scaling-up. Drawing on both her experience in this position and the sustainability journey of her own company, Asia Pulp and Paper Group, Ms. Greenbury will discuss issues with current financing mechanisms, the impact of the lack of a carbon market, and the changes that need to be made to ensure that forests are worth more standing than they are cut.
Prof. Jatna Supriatna
Belantara Foundation – Chairman, Reseach Center for Climate Change, University of Indonesia
Prof. Jatna Supriatna currently serves as Chairman of the Reseach Center for Climate Change, University of Indonesia (RCCC UI) that assembles research community and observers with their research on climate change problems in the scopes of University of Indonesia, national and international level. He also serves as CEO of the non-profit organization United in Diversity Forum (YUID). Previously, Prof. Jatna Supriatna chaired the Indonesian chapter of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN). Prof. Jatna served as Senior lecturer at the Biology Dept., Director of Biodiversity and Conservation Studies, Coordinator of Graduate Program on Conservation Biology of the University of Indonesia. He also became a Chief Editor of Tropical Biodiversity (since 1992), Editor of Asia Primate Journal (2008), Board of Editor of the International Journal of Wildlife Policy and Law, Board of Editor of Tropical Ecology, Consulting editor of Biosphere Conservation and Board of Adviser of Earthwatch Institute (2002). He also serves as Member of the Board of Supervision of Bornean Orangutan Survival Foundation and Board Member of the Biodiversity and Development Foundation. He has a Master of Science and a Doctorate from the University of New Mexico, USA.
Dr. Fachruddin Majeri Mangunjaya
University of Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia
Dr. Fachruddin Mangunjaya (www.drfachruddin.com) is a conservationist, researcher and writer. Involved for about 23 years in conservation activities starting from 1991 in the field of communications and publication as project officer in WWF Indonesia Program . He is the author of several books and more than 200 – articles on the environment, climate change, sustainable development, biodiversity and environmental management in the Indonesian media. Lead Writer for National Biodiversity Action Plan of Indonesia (NBSAP) Update 2015-2020. In 2004, Fachruddin Mangunjaya, lead a Conservation International-Indonesia initiative entitled ‘Religion and Conservation Initiative’ . Vice Chairman Center for Islamic Studies (Pusat Pengajian Islam-PPI), Universitas Nasional and Associate Lecturer at Faculty of Biology Universitas Nasional, and Post Graduate Program on the subject of Environmental Politic at Faculty of Political Science, Universitas Nasional, Jakarta.
Mr. Stewart Maginnis
Global Director of the Nature-based Solutions Group, IUCN
Stewart Maginnis is responsible for IUCN’s work on Ecosystem Management, Forests, Water, Gender, Social Policy, Economics and Business & Biodiversity. At IUCN he has led the conceptual development and promotion of ‘Forest Landscape restoration’.
His areas of expertise include forest conservation and management, rural poverty reduction and forests, forest law enforcement and governance, forest rights and tenure, forest landscape restoration, the role of forest management in biodiversity conservation.
He has over 28 years’ experience of natural resource management, biodiversity conservation and sustainable development, 13 years’ field work in Tanzania, Sudan, Ghana and Costa Rica.
Mr. Tony Juniper
University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Tony Juniper is a British campaigner, writer, sustainability advisor and environmentalist who served as Executive Director of Friends of the Earth, England, Wales and Northern Ireland. He served as Vice chair of Friends of the Earth international (2000-2008) and was the Green Party parliamentary candidate for Cambridge constituency in 2010 general election.