( Penelitian RAMIN )

Evaluation and The Promotion of CITES Implementation on Ramin in Indonesia

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Workshop “Evaluation and the Promotion of CITES Implementation on Ramin in Indonesia” telah diselenggarakan di Jakarta pada tanggal 24 Juli 2007. Workshop ini merupakan salah satu kegiatan dari proyek kerjasama antara Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kehutanan dengan International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) melalui proyek PD426/06Rev.1(F) “The Prevention of Further Loss and the Promotion of Rehabilitation and Plantation of Gonystylusspp (Ramin) in Sumatra and Kalimantan.

Evaluasi Sistem Silvikultur Hutan Rawa Gambut di Indonesia

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International Tropical Timber Organization dan CITES (proyek ITTO-CITES) bekerjasama dengan Badan Litbang Kehutanan telah melakukan review dan evaluasi terhadap sistem-sistem silvikultur yang diberlakukan di hutan rawa gambut di Indonesia, khususnya terhadap ramin dan hasil review dan evaluasi tersebut dituangkan di dalam laporan ini.

Diharapkan review dan evaluasi sistem silvikultur di HRG dan ramin ini dapat bermanfaat untuk memperbaiki pengelolaan hutan rawa gambut dan pengelolaan ramin di Indonesia.

Current Status of Ramin Seed Source in Sumatra

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This is another report on the observation of ramin seed source in Sumatra, especially Riau and Jambi Province. Very limited data and information regarding the seed source of ramin in South Sumatra since collected the population in this province has been significantly decrease.

Lets Save Ramin lets Save Peat Swamp Forests

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Ramin is a trade name of Genus Gonystylus. Gonystylus consist of more than 30 species and only Gonystylus bancanus has been widely explored its biological, ecological and economical status (figure 1-4). Knowledge on other species within the Genus is still extremely limited especially on many aspect, such as biology, ecology and their potential uses.

Barriers in Ramin Plantation Activities

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Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus (Miq) Kurz.) is one of the most important species growing in tropical peat swamp forest in Indonesia. Due to over eploitation, its population decreased sharply in last several years. To prevent further degradation of its population and habitats, ramin exploitation has been banned since 2001. The permit to harvest ramin is granted to one forest concession only who hold certificate of sustainable forest management from Indonesia Ecolabeling Institute.

Alternatif Kebijakan dalam Pelestarian dan Pemanfaatan Ramin

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Workshop Policy Options on the Conservation and Utilization of Ramin diselenggarakan di Bogor pada 22 Februari 2006. Workshop ini merupakan kegiatan tambahan dari proyek kerjasama antara Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Hutan dan Konservasi Alam dengan International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) melalui Pra- Proyek ITTO PPD87/03 Rev. 2 (F); Identification of Gonystylus spp (Ramin) Potency, Distribution, Conservation and Plantation Barrier, yang berdasarkan jadwal yang direncanakan sebelumnya, proyek ini telah berakhir sejak Desember 2005. Workshop ini dihadiri oleh peserta dari unsur-unsur Departemen Kehutanan, lembaga internasional, perguruan tinggi, Badan Usaha Milik Negara, lembaga penelitian, dan berbagai Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat.

Ramin Population Distribution Conservaton and Plantation Barrier

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Center for Forest and Nature Conservation Research and Development (CFNCRD) Ministry of Forestry Indonesia incooperation with International Tropical Timber Organization carried out a Pre-Project on the Identification of Identification of Gony stylus spp (Ramin), potency, distribution, conservation and plantation barrier. This activity is part of the commitment of the Government of Indonesia and ITTO topromote Sustainable Management of tropical forest including peat swamp forest at which ramin is growing.

Asian Workshop of the ITTO-CITES Project on Ensuring International Trade in CITES-listed Timber Species is Consistent with their Sustainable Management and Conservation: Gonystylus spp. (Ramin)

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Asian Workshop of the ITTO-CITES Project on Ensuring International Trade in CITESlisted Timber Species is Consistent with their Sustainable Management and Conservation: Gonystylus spp. (Ramin), 1-2 July 2009, Bogor, Indonesia