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Pelatihan Validasi/ Verifikasi Proyek dalam Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM)

Created on Monday, 14 January 2014 20:53

Dalam rangka kerjasama Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) antara Indonesia dan Jepang, Dewan Nasional Perubahan Iklim (DNPI) bekerjasama dengan Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) dan Yayasan Bina Usaha Lingkungan (YBUL) akan mengadakan pelatihan validasi/verifikasi proyek dalam JCM.

Pelatihan ini bertujuan meningkatkan kapasitas para ahli Indonesia dalam melakukan validasi/verifikasi proyek penurunan emisi gas rumahkaca sesuai standar yang berlaku dalam JCM. Pelatihan ini juga bertujuan mempersiapkan para ahli Indonesia untuk terlibat dalam pelaksanaan JCM di kemudian hari.

Pelatihan ini tidak dipungut biaya dan akan berlangsung selama 3 (tiga) hari dengan rincian sebagai berikut:

Hari/Tanggal : Senin-Rabu, 20-22 Januari 2014

Tempat†††††† : Hotel Sari Pan Pacific, Jl. MH Thamrin No. 6, Jakarta Pusat

Waktu†††††††† : 09.00 - 17.00 WIB

Pelatihan ini diperuntukkan bagi peserta yang memenuhi persyaratan sebagai berikut:

1. Berpengalaman dalam penerapan kegiatan/teknologi rendah emisi gas rumah kaca (misalnya energi terbarukan, pengelolaan limbah yang berkelanjutan, dan laiselama lebih dari 3 (tiga) tahun.

2. Bersedia mengikuti pelatihan selama 3 (tiga) hari penuh.

Mengingat keterbatasan kapasitas, bagi yang memenuhi persyaratan calon peserta dipersilakan mengisi formulir terlampir dan mengirimkannya bersama CV terakhir ke alamat email/fax: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it /021-7206125 paling lambat Kamis, 16 Januari 2014. Peserta yang terpilih akan dihubungi melalui alamat email masing-masing pada Jumat, 17 Januari 2014. Berikut lembar informasi JCM di Indonesia.


Happy New Year 2013. May all beings be happy.

Entering the year 2013 means that YBUL is entering itís 20 years of age. Established in 1993, YBUL has been working in renewable energy development related issues. In this last two decades, many works and projects have been implemented, and thus many experiences were gained. The organization has become more mature in developing projects or programs; maintaining networks with relevant partners; and working with different levels of entities, from international donors to community-based organizations.

Within the last three years, YBUL has been involved in designing and implementing projects directly related to local community empowerment. To mention a few: provision of clean water to local community in Sindang Pakuon, Sumedang, West Java (under a collaboration with the Coca-Cola Foundation Indonesia); alternative income generation for local community aiming at conservation of Gunung Halimun-Salak National Park (under collaboration with Chevron Geothermal Salak); and conversion of cow manure to community-based biogas for cooking in Riau (under collaboration with the Embassy of Finland/EEP project).

YBUL believes that in working with community organizations, sustainability factors have to be carefully integrated. YBUL is dwelling into this discourse. For example: in the clean water provision in Sindang Pakuon, a community-based organization was planned, initiated, developed and established, as well as legally supported. These aim at sustainably manage the clean water and its distribution to the subscribing communities. By establishing this village level PDAM (water company) supported legally by a Perdes /village level, revenues are collected for running the operation and maintenance of the system, as well as allocating some percentage of the revenue for rehabilitating the water catchment areas to maintain sufficient water volume.

Approaches toward development of social entrepreneurship in the Chevron assisted project is being explored and will be implemented in the future. Social investment strategies are considered for future extension of the project. YBUL will collaborate with local community members in managing selected Ďbusinessesí under the project, which is aimed at promoting sustainable economically benefiting activities.

Construction of biogas digesters in Riau is based on micro-credit system. YBUL has observed that many renewable projects do not last when they are developeond as grant-basis program. Degree of ownership is low, commitment to correctly operate and maintain the system is lacking. Therefore, YBUL is working with the Yayasan Mitra Insani (YMI) of Riau and the Koperasi Petani Sawit to set up the appropriate engagement and micro credit system for the project.

All in all, YBUL has improved itís strategy by adopting social entrepreneurship dimension in all itís development projects. This means that social investments have to take place in the project sites, economic investments have to be integrated into community-based projects for self sustainability. Only then, community strengthening can take place, continuously in relatively a longer period of time.


Agus Widianto

Executive Director


Discussion of Corridor Forest was held on 26 April 2011 at the Restaurant Gumati, Bogor, attended by 15 peoples from the institutions such as: BCI, IPB, JK3GHS, YBUL, KORIDOR INSTITUTE, JARMASKOR, TNGHS, and LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF BOGOR DISTRICT. The discussion began at 09:30 WIB until 12:30 WIB with following objectives are: (1) Sharing of activities and action plans in the corridor; (2) Improving communications in activities in the corridor; and (3) Developing the ideas of the mechanism of strategic activities in the corridor and synergistic

The Issues on the around of the Corridor Forest : (1) The Corridor Forest damaged because there is no primary forest, with an area of bush 1590.48 ha (37.81%). Which reduces the function of the corridor as a forest area and the movement of wildlife crossings. (2) Data on the status of biodiversity is still minimal. While TNGHS will be promoted by the government become a biodiversity model at the level of ASEAN. (3) There is Limited land for Community Agriculture that permit people to open up land in the corridor area. (4) The development community is still small, partial and lacking of community involved, than the number of residents around the the Corridor Forest to reach 1.884 families in the village of Cipeuteuy, with 7.589 peoples. Purasari Village 10.967 peoples, Purwabhakti 6.712 peoples, and Kabandungan Village 9.612 peoples. (5) Empowering community still lack a strategic place, where people still viewed as objects of the various agencies. (6) There is a lack of synergy from the parties to develop activities in the corridor area because the media or other tools for merging parties with equivalent positions are still lacking.

Proposes of strategy activities in the Corridor Forest are: (1) Reviewing Corridor Restoration Plan of Action which is made adjusted to actual condition. (2) Reconnected to efforts made by the Corridor Forest for the survival of long-term program to achieve goals; (3) The priority of Corridor Restoration in the area of 571.12 ha which is this area is closest to the movement of the indicator species of primates namely Javan Gibbon (Hylobates moloch) and his condition shrubs. (outlined in the Action Plan document Corridor Restoration, 2009). (4) The development of business activity, with new centre of growth (Growth Pool) such as: (a) Eco-Turism Biodiversity with activity as the main attraction, (b) Information Centre, (c) Information and Research Centre, and (d) The development of special zones. The regions outside the town of forest, in the Community Based Eco-tourism, water service and the agricultural and livestock activities and support system. (5) The activity can be developed with community in the Corridor Forest is to develop a special zone to ensure the public with access rights selection native plants and do not interfere with the growth of standing timber. The native plants can be developed are saninten (Castanopsis javanica), which is have high export value, and other plants under the Ginger family (Zingerberaceae) as kapol, cardamom, red ginger, ginger elephant, turmeric, laja and others. (6) Community's Forest, the activities in outside area can be developed in the area of community or non-productive areas outside the region TNGHS that potential to reach 800 hectares. Initiation of the Community's Forest has been carried out based on JARMASKOR area of 10 ha with 10,000 trees. (7) Community Based Eco-Tourism, can be developed in Kampong Muara, Cibunian Village, Pamijahan District, Bogor Regency. The main attraction of this village is KAMPONG ADAT which has a tradition of charity for the earth called SEREN TAUN. Eco-tourism is tourism which is developed to meet the 3 principles namely: Conservation Value to save the region with the recovery of tourism revenue, Educational Value, tourists are invited to see the forest, environment and biodiversity, traditional knowledge, including cultural community micro-hydro, Economic value, revenue from visits can be a source of public revenue institutional design with a strong economy. (8) Development of Social Institutions (Community Foudation): Social Institutions in the community to improve the public position of the object which received a lot of activity during this work with the parties to become the role important holder or subjects in designing, implementing and monitoring activities in the community. The institution is divided into: (a) The Economic Institution who can take the form cooperative or the other and (b) Institute for Community Mobilization and Capacity Building, serves as a strengthening of economic institutions that are run by corridors of forest conservation activities involving the community. (9) Support to Economic Institutional Funding with High Value facilitated the community or group of community around the corridor, and long term. (10) Market Development Plan (captive market) the product of economic activity in communities around the corridors in the community such as vegetables from the cafeteria thank Chevron, Chevron Eco-tourism, water corridor packaging products used by Chevron and others. (11) Development JK3GHS return function (Networking Partnership of The Salak and Halimun Conservation Area) as a forum for communication or sharing, Knowledge Management between the parties who work around TNGHS equivalent position in the role and function. To control the normal behavior in collaborative activities.


The technical and management trainings on pico-hydro was conducted on 22 November 2010 in Kampung Muara II, Cibunian village, Bogor.† The primary objectives of the training include preparing and equipping Cikupa community members in managing and maintaining the pico-hydro system built by the community, and assisted by YBUL and Chevron Indonesia.† The training included two sessions: technical session conveyed by Pak Ridwan (one of the villagers of Cibuluh Village who has successfully built and develop pico hydro power) and management session by YBUL.† As results of the training, a group was established to manage the pico-hydro system, chaired by Pak Ismail.† Technical staff will be selected by the management group.† A supervising board of which the members will be selected from representatives of Perkumpulan Berkah Tani and an electricity user, will be established to oversee the management group.

There are 16 households and 1 musholla that received electricity from the 1 KW pico-hydro.† A fund collection system will be established for maintaining the system.

The 1 KW pico-hydro was built based on collaboration among Cikupa community members, YBUL and Chevron, and was officiated on the same date, 22 November 2010, by submitting the system to the community of 16 households as the electricity users.† They have accepted and be responsible for maintaining the system.

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