APIK Indonesia Network is a national network that focuses on research, education, and service activities to the public on climate change and forestry in Indonesia. APIK Indonesia Network members come from various university institutions, research institutes, training institutions, government agencies and NGOs.
The national network, established in 2013, is a composite of seven regional networks that have been initialized by several climate change experts in the region which are then facilitated by the Ministry of Forestry’s Standardization and Environment (Pustanling) within the framework of the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF ).
APIK Indonesia has a national secretariat office in Yogyakarta, with the support of 7 regional offices throughout Indonesia representing: Region Sumatera, Java, Bali-Nusa Tenggara, Sulawesi,, Kalimantan, Maluku, and Papua.
We have the following mission:
- Support the implementation of educational, research and community service activities for low-emission and resilient development on climate change.
- Collecting, developing, developing, and implementing science and technology in the field of climate change and forestry.
- Provide scientific input to the government to strengthen the position of Indonesia both at national and international level related to climate change policy and forestry.