Ecological Fiscal transfers emerge on the island of Java
Ecological Fiscal transfers emerge on the island of Java
Bayuni Shantiko [1] and Sopian Hidayat [2] Indonesia’s work on ecological fiscal transfer (EFT) has advanced with the approval of Governor Regulation No. 61/2023, providing guidelines on financial assistance to municipal governments. This regulation was approved by the Central Java governor in Decem...Read more
‘Biodiversity Finance Solutions Exhibition - 5th BIOFIN Global Conference’ This poster is part of an series of all BIOFIN countries and showcases the innovative (existing or potential) finance solutions and work of the countries and partners. As part of the 5th Global Conference on Biodiversity Fina...Read more
By Midori Paxton, Head, Ecosystems and Biodiversity, UNDP Let us step back in time to more than 2000 years ago, when Chinese philosophical and historical texts contained sophisticated conceptions of nature and our place within it. Daoism, a school of philosophical thought popular to this day, focuse...Read more
By Desy Satya Chandradewi, Policy Analyst at Directorate Biodiversity Conservation, Species and Genetic, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Republic of Indonesia The illegal trade of wildlife – both plants and animals – is estimated to globally generate US$ 7 billion to US$ 23 billion per year fo...Read more