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Indonesia Country Lessons: Transparency, Participation and Innovation in Natural Resources Governance T. Nirarta Samadhi, 5 th Deputy Head of UKP-PPP ASEAN.

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1 Indonesia Country Lessons: Transparency, Participation and Innovation in Natural Resources Governance T. Nirarta Samadhi, 5 th Deputy Head of UKP-PPP ASEAN Forum on Natural Resources Governance Jakarta, 17 April 2013

2 Almost 50% of the 191 million acres of our land is reserved for mining, forestry and plantation in thousands of acres Source: Ministry of Forestry, Ministry of Agriculture, 2012 Oil Palm Plantation, 9,271 Other Land Used, +/- 53,000 Other Land Used, +/- 53,000 2

3 3 Improvement of forestry sector governance implemented through Presidential Instruction 10/2011 Minister Kuntoro Mangkusubroto: Presidential Instruction 10/2011 is not just about the decreasing or increasing of the number of the (license) moratorium area, more importantly it is about proposing better governance on forest (and peatland) management, more inclusive and transparent …

4 Indonesia government to disclose taxes, royalties and fees received from the oil, gas and mining sector. Indonesia government will explore innovative approaches to increase the comprehensiveness of EITI reporting and public understanding of revenues Indonesia government formalize it’s commitment to implement EITI through the President Regulation No 26/2010 The first EITI report covering 2009 is expected to be published in Internationally, Indonesia admitted as a candidate country within EITI

5 5 First time in history – public access for digital map of primary forest and peatlands... Indicative Moratorium Map (IMM) updated in every 6-months. Postponed new licenses on 64,7 million acres of forest and peatlands. Shared publicly through websites, downloadable in shapefile, hence open for scrutiny, input and proposal of revision. Transparency

6 6 IMM is accessible for everyone … Downloadable shapefile of Indicative Map of Moratorium (IMM) from Ministry of Forestry, UKP4 and REDD+ Taskforce websites. Transparency

7 Income in Oil and Gas sector Oil and Gas Monthly production Investment in Oil and Gas sector Oil and Gas Sector Statistic esdm.go.id/en/ Disclosure of oil and gas resources management Transparency

8 An internet community of GIS proposed a correction (1/2) 8 Participation

9 9 An internet community of GIS proposed a correction (2/2) Participation

10 10 An international NGO conducted a groundchecking mission to verify the map Participation

11 Online forest licensing information system, degraded forest land on Ministry of Forestry website … and more 11 Innovation

12 12 Ministry of Forestry’s web-based forest mapping (forest cover, licenses, critical land) Innovation

13 Tracking system is running online ± 80 Companies Monitored h/home_default# Ministry of Forestry’s web-based forest mapping (forest cover, licenses, critical land) Innovation

14 Open Government: Game changer in natural resources governance in Indonesia 14 (methodology and approach) (collaborative action) (information sharing) geospatial computerized analysis real-time IT- based public grievance Portal of licensing system and information integrated database ‘live’ data for public scrutiny shared spatial data infrastructure and geoportal moratorium watch participatory mapping public verification

15 Indonesia Country Lessons: Transparency, Participation and Innovation in Natural Resources Governance T. Nirarta Samadhi, 5 th Deputy Head of UKP-PPP ASEAN Forum on Natural Resources Governance Jakarta, 17 April 2013


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