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Katingan Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project

Project Proponent
PT. Rimba Makmur Utama (PT. RMU)
Contact Person: Dharsono Hartono
Email: dharsono@ptrmu.com
Tel: +62 (0)21-2358-4777
Mobile: +62 (0)816-976-294

Auditor Contact Details
SCS Global Services
Contact: Christie Pollet-Young
Email: CPollet-Young@scsglobalservices.com
Tel: (510) 452-9093

Public Comment Periods
Validation: 4 September – 3 October 2015 (No comments received)
First Verification: 16 June – 16 July 2016 (No comments received)

Auditor Site Visits
Validation: 5 – 12 October 2015
First Verification: 25 – 29 July 2016

  • Region, Country Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
  • CCB Status Validation and Verification Approved - CCB Standards Third Edition, Climate, Community & Biodiversity Gold Levels, 14 October 2016
  • CCB Auditor/Certifier SCS Global Services

Rewetting of Tropical Peat Swamp Forest in Sebangau National Park

Project Proponent
Sebangau National Park Office, in partnership with WWF Indonesia and WWF Germany
Contact: Yougha von Laer (WWF Germany)
Phone: +49 (0) 151 18854-913
Email: yougha.laer@wwf.de

Auditor Contact Details
TÜV SÜD South Asia Pvt. Ltd.
Contact: Sebastian Hetsch
Phone: +49 89 5791 3055
Email: sebastian.hetsch@tuev-sued.de
Address: Solitaire, I.T.I Road, Aundh, Pune-411007, India

Validation public comment period
12 November – 12 December 2012 and
16 December 2013 – 15 January 2014

Dates of the Auditor’s site visit
26 – 30 November 2012

CCB Standards Project Documents Open for Public Comment – July 2016

Comments are invited from the public about whether the below projects meet the requirements of the CCB Standards. Comments received by the VCS will be published to the project’s page on the CCBA website (unless otherwise requested) and considered by the auditor during the validation and/or verification process.

Katingan Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project
Location: Central Kalimantan, Republic of Indonesia
Project Proponent: PT. Rimba Makmur Utama (PT. RMU)
Documents undergoing public comment: Project Implementation Report
Gold Level: Climate, Community & Biodiversity
Benefits Achieved during Monitoring Period:

  • Avoided the emission of over 12 million tCO2e through avoided deforestation, restoration of peat swamp forest, prevention of peat drainage, and minimization of fire damage on almost 150,000 ha of land.
  • Provided education and support for community implemented agroforestry for four communities and helped almost 150 individuals develop plans for the sustainable use of non-timber forest products.
  • Reduced the threat of deforestation and restored native ecosystems that provide important habitat for 15 species classified as critically endangered or endangered, including the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) and the proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus).

Public Comment Period: 16 June 2016 – 16 July 2016

Alto Mayo Conservation Initiative
Location: San Martin Department, Peru
Project Proponent: Conservation International – Peru
Documents undergoing public comment: Project Implementation Report
Gold Level: Biodiversity
Benefits Achieved during Monitoring Period:

  • Avoided deforestation of over 3,000 ha of forest in the Alto Mayo Protection Forest resulting in avoided emissions of 1.3 million tCO2e during this monitoring period and over 6.2 million tCO2e since the beginning of the project.
  • Promoted sustainable coffee production with local communities and created a coffee cooperative to help drive a price incentive for sustainable, organic coffee.
  • Conserved habitat for over 1,200 species of plants, including 59 species of orchids, and 25 critically endangered or endangered species, including 8 endangered frog species.

Public Comment Period: 20 June 2016 – 20 July 2016

Carbono Nascentes do Xingu
Location: Mato Grosso, Brazil
Project Proponent: Instituto Socioambiental
Documents undergoing public comment: Project Design Document
Benefits Planned over Project Lifetime:

  • Native forest restoration in riparian areas of the Xingu River basin will result in over 60,000 tCO2e over the 30 year project lifetime.
  • The implementation of the ‘Xingu Seed Network’ will provide farmers with native seeds to use in forest restoration activities.
  • Connectivity between the Cerrado (Brazilian savanna) and Amazon biomes will be increased through reforestation efforts.

Public Comment Period: 20 June 2016 – 20 July 2016

The Purus Project: A Tropical Conservation Project in Acre, Brazil
Location: Acre, Brazil
Project Proponent: CarbonCo, LLC
Documents undergoing public comment: Project Implementation Report
Gold Level: Biodiversity
Benefits Achieved during Monitoring Period:

  • Prevented deforestation of almost 35,000 ha of land and avoided emission of over 90,000 tCO2e during this year long monitoring period.
  • Constructed an on-site community health clinic and completed land titling to the first few community members who started the process.
  • Continued to preserve important habitat for multiple endangered and vulnerable species including Brazilian Rosewood (Aniba rosaeodora), short-eared dogs (Atelocynus microtis), jaguars (Panthera onca), and giant anteaters (Myrmecophga tridactyla).

Public Comment Period: 22 June 2016 – 22 July 2016

New Project Documents Open for Public Comment

The following project documents are undergoing public comment:

Project name: Gola REDD Project
Region, Country: Eastern Province and Southern Province, Sierra Leone
Documents undergoing public comment: Project Design Documentation
Public comment period: January 6 – February 5, 2014

Project name: Rewetting of Tropical Peat Swamp Forest in Sebangan National Park
Region, Country: Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Documents undergoing public comment: Project Design Documentation
Public comment period: December 16, 2013 – January 15, 2014

Comments are invited from the public about whether these projects meet the requirements of the CCB Standards. Comments received will be considered by the auditor during the validation and verification process.

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