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Forests are complex ecosystems that support a myriad of life forms. Forests play important roles in human life, functioning as a source of food, energy, livelihoods and homes for more than 48 million people all over the Indonesian archipelago.
The unique non-timber forest products produced by forest people are of high economic value to the urban lifestyle. At the same time they connect to the age old Indonesian ancient and traditional heritage.
Non-timber forest products are a hidden economy. The global trading value of non timber forests products in 2004 was estimated at eleven bilion US dollars.
Narrated by: Nora-Jane Noone
Directed & Edited by: Nanang Sujana
Produced by: Satgas REDD+
Di Semenanjung Kampar, provinsi Riau, telah ratusan tahun masyarakat disini hidup bersama dengan ekosistem hutan rawa gambut. Salah satu jantung hutan rawa gambut provinsi Riau, Sungai Serkap.
Directed & Edited by: Nanang Sujana
Produced by: Yayasan Mitra Insani
Supported by: TFCA
Climate change is the impact of not acting in a holistic and integrated manner and is regarded as the most challenging development issue of this country for Indonesia, South East Asian Region and the rest of the world. Leaders of different sectors are challenged to develop a holistic perspective on climate change related issues and collaborate across organisations and sectors in finding innovative solutions. There is widespread consensus that leading transformation involves high uncertainty and courage. Networks of leaders nurturing each other in interpreting scientific information, as well as sharing a collective vision are needed to shape a better future.
Climate change requires new sets of skills, leadership competencies and organizational capabilities catalyzing social innovation, transformation at various levels of the society and collective leadership performance beyond traditional hierarchies and organizational boundaries. Our program provides space for connecting leaders, change agents, facilitators and scientists to jointly explore new possibilities of how to translate knowledge into collective action.
Filmed & Edited by: Nanang Sujana
Produced by: GIZ and CCROM-IPB
Forests inspire the culture of Indonesian people. Over centuries, people evolved their cultural forest ethnicity, into a wealthy living harmony.
This video will gives some description about the unique non-timber forest products produced by forest people that can create high economic value in the urban lifestyle while at the same time, forest will also connect us to the age old Indonesian ancient traditional heritage.
Directed by: Nanang Sujana
Produced by: SatgasREDD+
Evidence and testimony from Muara Tae, in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, of the abuses of oil palm company First Resources Ltd thought its subsidiary PT Borneo Surya Mining Jaya (PT Borneo).
The Malind Anim tribe in Zanegi Village, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia are hunter gatherers who rely on the forest for they livelihoods. They are born, raised and get food from the forest.
But in the village of Zanegi, time have changed. The Medco corporation is clearing thousands of hectares of forest. Medco plans to convert 169,000 hectares of land to industrial tree plantations. This plantation is part of the milion hectare Meruake Integrated Food and Energy Estate, known as MIFEE.
Director: Nanang Sujana
Produced by Gekko Studio/Pusaka/SKP KAME
Since 1999, Indigenous Peoples’ Alliance of the Archipelago
struggle for recognition and protection
the rights of indigenous peoples by the Republic of Indonesia.
One of the efforts made in improving the
relations between states and indigenous peoples are
implementation of the principles of Free, Prior and Inform Consent (FPIC)
currently universally be
one of the prerequisites of development.
Filmed and editing: Nanang Sujana
Produced by: Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN)
The United States and EU are among the world’s major consumers of ornamental fish and corals. Almost every day the species are brought to the countries, most originating from Indonesia, either directly or indirectly. Indonesia accounts for more than 70% of the world’s annual live coral trade.
End consumers rarely know that the products that decorate their houses are produced from destructive practices , which totally ignore the sustainability of the environment and fishermen’s benefits.
A film by Nanang Sujana
Oceans are under stress. The Global Partnership for Oceans is a growing alliance of governments, international organizations, civil society groups, and private sector interests that will mobilize knowledge and financial resources to address threats to ocean health, resilience and productivity.
Some of my shot the Indonesian part
In May 2012, EIA and Telapak staff travelled to Muara Tae, East Borneo, to train community members and local NGO staff in video, photography and GPS techniques. The training workshop and equipment donated helps the Dayak Benuaq in their ongoing fight against deforestation by empowering them to document their own evidence.
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