The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) in Indonesia has focused on getting blue carbon into the national agenda and incorporating the coastal and marine sector into the national action plan for greenhouse gas reductions.

Indonesia
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Coastal blue carbon ecosystems have the potential to annually capture 0.5%-2% of the atmospheric carbon emitted globally.

Mitigating
climate change

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Pathway: Understanding the value of ecosystems

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Pathway: Economy opportunities

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Pathway: Policy and management approaches 

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Pathway: Community engagement

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Project Location

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What are the key pathways
to reach these goals? 

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What are the goals of the Indonesia
Republic Blue Forests Project?

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Locations / project sites

Indonesia Blue Forests Project
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Lessons Learned 

Project challenges in Indonesia

Challenges

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