Challenges to mainstream suboptimal lands agriculture in Indonesia

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Although suboptimal lands are known either too dry (i.e acidic dryland, arid land), or too wet (i.e swamps, peatland), they hold a significant contribution to support food security especially in the provinces where these land types share a large distribution. This research aims to embed a framework to mainstream the sustainable use of suboptimal lands into the nation’s development agenda. We explored five key aspects: policies and regulations, incentives and financing mechanisms, land-use and territorial planning processes, and farmers’ development. Above is our video for oral presentation at the International Conference on Environmental Resources Management in Global Region (ICERM) 2021. The slide can be downloaded on the left side of this page.



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