Coordination Meeting of GIAHS Mapping in Indonesia

Day/Date: Friday/November 29, 2013

Time: 09.00-11.30

Venue: Sekretariat PNPM Mandiri, Gedung Grand Kebon Sirih F.12, Jl. Kebon Sirih No. 35, Jakarta Pusat

Agenda: Preliminary Presentation of “GIAHS Site Mapping in Five Regions of Indonesia’

Speaker: Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin

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Meeting Invitation

Inventory of Potential GIAHS in Indonesia

The objective of the work is to undertake an in-depth studies of  potential GIAHS in Indonesia.

Terms of reference

Documentation/review of potential forestry/fisheries/agriculture heritage systems and its key elements, the strong link between mankind and nature, agri-culture dynamics, their social systems and culture, ecology, cosmo visions and cosmologies of agriculture; the evolution and co-evolution (whether linear or spiral); development trends (both endogenous and exogenous, temporal and spatial) of “agricultural heritage systems” and of the people nurturing these agricultural heritage systems; carrying capacity of the systems and their responses to global climate change; the overall value of goods and services of the agricultural systems;GIAHS as a knowledge system and that contribute towards ensuring food and livelihood security. Documentation/assessment of agricultural systems by agroecological domains, specific constraints and adaptations, at cropping and farming systems, social and territorial levels;

Glossary of local terminologies and knowledge systems

Elements that are of importance to GIAHS include: the conservation and sustainable use of agricultural biodiversity and associated biodiversity, landscapes features and other natural resources, traditional knowledge systems, socio-cultural diversity, the recognition and promotion of critical linkages between culture and nature, promotion and recognition of indigenous and traditional customary systems of access to and management of natural resources, the enhancement of sustainable rural livelihoods and poverty alleviation, characteristics to adapt to CC.