Managing Director at Forest Carbon
Forest Carbon's mission is to reach 250,000 hectares of degraded tropical forest and wetland areas under active restoration and conservation management by 2025. At the beginning of 2020, the company has 23,000 hectares under active management and is a leading conservation and restoration project developer in Indonesia. Forest Carbon has a proven track record in attracting investment, leading technical design and managing operations. The company transitioned to project development in 2016, with its first large-scale peatland restoration project in South Sumatra, Indonesia. The company singed an investment of 5.1 million EUR in late 2017 and had credits available on the market by December of 2019. In February 2020, approximately $10.5 million in sales to respected global brands have been secured at a market premium price. The recognition of Forest Carbon's work on the Sumatra Merang Peatland Project continues to open up new partnership opportunities across Indonesia and wider Southeast Asia. Forest Carbon aims to build on this momentum and secure financing and partnerships for two additional projects in 2020.
Jakarta, Jakarta DKI 10270
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Support on developing market based tropical forest restoratation and conservation projects.
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