ICBE 2018

Partners

EcoNusa Foundation

EcoNusa Foundation is a nonprofit organization aiming to boost up various local initiatives at national and international levels in a bid to provide support to a sustainable and equal management of natural resources in Indonesia. EcoNusa Foundation, based in Jakarta, was officially founded on July 21, 2017 in Manokwari and Jakarta. EcoNusa encourages the development and capacity building of civil society group to perform advocacy, campaign, communication and stakeholder engagement strategy, and dialogue among stakeholders to meet natural resources management in sustainable manner while promoting equality, conservation, and transparent values.

Conservation International (CI)

Conservation International (CI) uses an innovative blend of science, policy and partnerships to protect the nature people rely on for food, fresh water, and livelihoods. Founded in 1987, CI works in more than 30 countries on six continents to ensure a healthy, prosperous planet that supports us all. Conservation International have been working in Indonesia since 1991, in partnerships with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF), Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF), Local Government, and partners, supporting conservation efforts to achieve sustainable development. CI Indonesia also working in West Papua, the heart of the Coral Triangle and the global epicenter of marine biodiversity. For more information, please visit: www.conservation.org

WWF Indonesia

One of the largest independent conservation organizations in Indonesia that has started its activities since 1962. In 1998, WWF Indonesia officially became a national institution incorporated as FoundationCurrently, WWF Indonesia works in 28 regional offices in 17 provinces in Indonesia, collaborating and partnering with communities, NGOs, the media, business, universities and governments both at the local and national levels. Supported by more than 500 personnel. Since 2006, WWF Indonesia has supported over 64,000 supporters spread across the archipelago.

"Provinces of Conservation: Smart Solution for Sustainable Development in Papua"