Indonesia HCV Task Force

Indonesia National Interpretation (INA NI) is a part of generic document of RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) Principles and Criteria for Sustainable Palm Oil Production 2013, which is used as guidance to implement and certify Sustainable Palm Oil Production in Indonesia. The national interpretation is prepared by the Indonesian National Interpretation Taskforce (INA NITF) and endorsed by the RSPO Board of Governors on 30 September 2016.

Indonesia National Interpretation High Conservation Value Task Force (INA NI HCV Task force) established as agreed by Indonesia National Interpretation Task Force (INA NI TF), Standard & Certification Steering Committee (S&CSC) and RSPO Secretariat to develop guidance to ensure the requirements of HCV in RSPO P&C are implemented within the corridor of Indonesian laws and regulations.

The document will provide a clear guidance on how growers and millers can comply with the RSPO P&C requirements on avoiding clearance of primary forests and of areas needed to maintain or enhance HCVs (notably 5.2, 7.3) while complying with applicable national and international laws (2.1).

Task Force Members

Ismu Zulfikar (Co-Chair)
Putra Agung
Triyanto Fitriadi
Cahyo Nugroho (Co-Chair)
Jamartin Sihite
Yunita Widiastuti
Syahrial Anhar
Feybe Lumuru
Narno
Watik Tri Kusuma
Rukaiyah Rafik
Jalal Sayuti
Wilton Simanjuntak
Agustinus Karlo LR
Darmawan L (Facilitator)

RSPO Secretariat

Name
Salahudin Yaacob
Technical Director
Djaka Riksanto
Technical Manager
Khing Su Li
BHCV Manager

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