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Effects of different management regimes on mangrove ecosystem services in Java, Indonesia

This report for the first time quantifies the provision of mangrove ecosystem services according to different management regimes. The study concludes that ecosystem service provision depends strongly on the type of management and that mangrove-rich management regimes generally outscore aquaculture regimes. Decision-makers can make management choices depending on the desired outcome in terms of ecosystem services.

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Wetland Solutions for People and Nature

This Strategic Intent for 2015 - 2025 is the highest level guide to our work. It sets out the ambitions of Wetlands International in terms of what we aim to achieve for people and nature – and how and where we plan to go about that work. It gives all of our offices a common focus and basis for collaboration across the globe for the next ten years.

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Wetlands International's voluntary commitments to disaster risk reduction

This document contains Wetlands International’s voluntary commitment to reducing disaster risk for the next 5-10 years. Our commitments are shared by UNISDR with the disaster risk reduction community at large. Voluntary commitments from organisations like Wetlands International and individuals are seen as an essential compliment to legal obligations for protecting lives, livelihoods, assets and the environment and will be one cornerstone of implementation of the post 2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.

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Building with Nature in Indonesia

Through “Building with Nature” we envision a safe delta coastline in Northern Java which enables vulnerable communities and economic sectors to prosper, be more self-reliant and resilient against hazards. Our dream is to replicate this model in rural and urban coastlines in Indonesia and beyond.

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Animation: restoring eroded coast Java by Building with Nature

This animation shows the "Building with Nature" technique that Wetlands International, Deltares and the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries piloted from 2012-2014 to restored the strongly eroded coast in Central Java. The technique successfully works with nature instead of fighting against it and will be scaled up to other parts of the coast in the next years.

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Keep it fresh or salty

This report provides guidance for program and project developers from, or working in, developing
countries on the numerous funds and finance mechanisms that can provide carbon finance for wetland carbon conservation and restoration. It also highlights ways to access and link carbon activities with non-carbon based sources of financing. 

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The Role of Mangroves in Fisheries Enhancement

Some 210 million people live in low elevation areas within 10 km of mangroves and many of these directly benefit from mangrove-associated fisheries. Yet, these people are often unaware of the key role mangroves may play, especially if the associated fisheries are offshore.

A new study by Wetlands International, The Nature Conservancy and the University of Cambridge, concludes that mangrove conservation and restoration in areas close to human populations will render the greatest return on investment with respect to enhancing fisheries. 

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Kajian Lingkungan dan Sosial Ekonomi dalam Perencanaan Program Rehabilitasi dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat di Gampong Layeun

Pada Juli 2014, Wetlands International diundang Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) untuk bersama-sama memikirkan dan berkontribusi dalam pemulihan mata pencaharian masyarakat desa Layeun. Pada pertemuan yang dihadiri Presiden Clinton, CGI berkomitmen memberikan bantuan berupa 12 unit kapal tangkap. Di saat yang sama, Wetlands International juga berkomitmen untuk memfasilitasi masyarakat melakukan kegiatan pemberdayaan ekonomi yang diintegrasikan dengan restorasi pesisir. Kedua program ini diharapkan mampu bersinergi agar dapat memberikan dampak yang lebih signifikan bagi pemulihan perekonomiam masyarakat dan lingkungan pesisir.

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Mangroves for coastal defence

Can mangroves reduce waves and storm surges? How will they influence the forces of a tsunami? Do they actually contribute to stabilizing coasts and build-up of soils? Can they keep up with sea level rise? The “Mangroves for coastal defence: Guidelines for coastal managers & policy makers" provides an in-depth analysis  on the role that mangroves play in defense against waves, storms, tsunamis, erosion and sea level rise. Working with the University of Cambridge to review hundreds of scientific papers, the guide book outlines a practical approach for coastal decision makers.

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WKLB_Vol 22 no 3

Fokus kali ini menyajikan secara khusus contoh kegiatan kajian baseline ekosistem mangrove di pesisir Provinsi Gorontalo dan Sulawesi Utara. Simak pula informasi-informasi lainnya yang
mengetengahkan betapa kayanya ragam budaya dan sumber daya alam Indonesia .

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