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A Indonésia contém 17.508 ilhas, das quais cerca de 6.000 são habitadas.  As cinco ilhas principais são Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi e Nova Guiné. Existem dois grupos de ilhas principais (ilhas Nusa Tenggara e Maluku) e sessenta grupos de ilhas menores. A área total do território é de pouco mais de 1,9 milhões de km2.  Sua localização geográfica, fora do sudeste da Ásia continental, faz com que o país seja particularmente suscetível a desastres naturais, incluindo mudanças climáticas.  A Indonésia é o quarto país mais populoso do mundo, com mais de 270 milhões de habitantes. Mais de 140 milhões de pessoas vivem em Java, tornando-a a ilha mais populosa do mundo. É o país com a maior população muçulmana do planeta, constituindo 87% dos seus habitantes.

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Diponegoro University (IndonesianUniversitas Diponegoro, abbreviated as Undip) is a public university in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. Founded in 1957 as a private university by the Semarang University Foundation, it is a pioneer of higher learning institutions in Indonesia and the first and oldest education corporation in Central Java. It is a member of IDGHE (the so-called Ivy League colleges) in Indonesia.

 

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RECOFTC is derived from an abbreviated form of the organization's legal name, Regional Community Forestry Training Center for Asia and the Pacific. Formerly the organization was known as RECOFTC – The Center for People and Forests.

Founded in Germany by individuals from business and the natural sciences in 1989, OroVerde (“Green Gold”) is a non-profit foundation that initiates, supports, and promotes projects that conserve tropical forests. Though headquartered in Bonn, Germany, OroVerde works on projects in Indonesia and many countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, including Guatemala, Mexico, Venezuela, Ecuador, Dominican Republic and Cuba.

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Meridia was founded in 2015 (then called Landmapp) with the intent to provide affordable land documentation to the people who need it the most, families living off land in places like Ghana and Indonesia. These families are smallholder farmers, the very ones producing the worlds food, such as rice, coffee, cocoa, palm oil and team.

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Unila has determined to build both Unila and the Nation all together. With this determination, in the Long Term Development Plan (RPJP) Unila 2005-2025 Unila has defined its vision:

Unila aspires to be among the Top Ten University in Indonesia by 2025”

In line with the mission of National Education Development and the policy of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Unila has set its missions in RPJP years 2005-2025, as follows:

The presence of the Indonesian Biodiversity Foundation (KEHATI) since 12 January 1994 was intended to collect and manage resources which were then distributed in the form of grants, facilitation, consultation and various other facilities to support various biodiversity conservation programs in Indonesia and their use in a fair and sustainable manner. KEHATI acts as a catalyst for finding innovative ways to conserve, manage and utilize Indonesia’s biodiversity in a sustainable way.

TMP Systems is a boutique consultancy based in the United Kingdom, with staff in the United States and the Philippines. Our work spans asset management, commercial investment systems design in carbon, energy and land use and environmental, social and governance diligence.

Land Watch Asia (LWA) is a regional campaign to ensure that access to land, agrarian reform, and sustainable development for the rural poor are addressed in national and regional development agenda. The campaign involves civil society organizations in seven countries – Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, and the Philippines.

CPI’s mission is to help nations grow while addressing increasingly scarce resources and climate risk. This is a complex challenge in which policy plays a crucial role.

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