Conservation and Forestry
Forest Conservation Project for Carbon Emission Reduction
Realizing the sustainability of carbon availability for human life from the risk of climate change threats.
Conduct forest conservation and rehabilitation. Spread awareness of the importance of sustainable carbon inventory to all stakeholders. Promote and develop low carbon activities in meeting basic human needs.
Satu Alam Sejahtera
Assist clients in providing certification, calculating and analyzing
Carbon Neutral Certification
Provide certification in carbon neutral efforts with the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) or Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) scheme.
SAS assists clients in calculating the carbon potential of forest area that can be traded through carbon neutral schemes (carbon neutral), using the basic methodology for calculating carbon offsets and tracking greenhouse gases from activities that are categorized as positive carbon.
Greenhouse Gas Inventory
SAS helps clients analyze emissions calculations from scope 1, 2, and 3 as well as emissions baseline calculations by doing calculations for the past 3-4 years. From this calculation, conclusions will be drawn regarding the emission savings made and if there is potential for traded carbon, it will be conveyed to our clients.
Forest Conservation and Carbon Offsetting
Developing Local Community
Minimizing the Impact of Deforestation
Indonesia is a country with the third largest forest area in the world, especially Kalimantan, Papua and Sumatra with a total forest area of around 124 million hectares. This is a proud achievement considering that the forest is one of the most important supports for the balance of nature.
According to data from the Global Forest Resources Assessment (FRA), Indonesia ranks second in the world for the highest forest loss after Brazil. Every year, Indonesia loses 684,000 hectares of forest due to illegal logging, forest fires, forest encroachment and forest conversion carried out by irresponsible individuals by burning or logging illegally in Indonesia. These illegal activities have a negative impact on the world’s climate as well as the people, fauna and flora in the damaged forest area.
Carry out forest protection activities, forest rangers and anti-fire activities.
Carry out repairs to damaged land conditions, replanting forests with plants that produce high carbon.
Carry out activities to increase the ability to adapt to climate change and training to improve the ability to live daily.
Conduct training for the community in order to improve welfare in a more sustainable manner
Building a Green School that is sustainable and environmentally friendly in order to provide opportunities for the community to explore green and sustainable jobs.