Following the enactment of the Regional Government Law that transfers authority of forestry management from the Districts/Cities to Provinces, since 2017 distribution of DBH DR was conducted by the central government to the producing provinces.
As of 2020, the area of forests managed through the social forestry (PS) scheme has reached 4.2 million hectares. Government of Indonesia is targeting to increase the area of social forestry to 8 million hectares by 2024 (RPJMN 2020-2024). Th
Mercury poisoning is a serious threat to human health, as evidenced by the Minamata Tragedy of the 1950s. Consumption of mercury-tainted seafood resulted in the emergence of a variety of mysterious neurological diseases, even death, among residents
The preparation of the Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget (APBD) for the 2021 fiscal year is somewhat different from the previous years. In 2020, the APBD preparation process was faced with the COVID-19 pandemic situation, which began to affect
Initiatives to clarify the direction of National Park (NP) management have been carried out by the Ministry of Forestry since 2006, through the Independent National Park model, and including 12 NPs in the 2010-2014 Strategic Plan for the status of