MAKE A DIFFERENCE WITH BELANTARA
Indonesia is home to rainforests that are rich in both biodiversity and productive agricultural lands.
PROSPERITY WITHOUT COST TO THE ENVIRONMENT
The Belantara Foundation funds projects to conserve and restore the landscape to ensure sustainable long-term development, in which prosperity does not come at the cost of the environment. Our impact is on forest protection and restoration, local community development and the conservation of endangered species unique to the country including Sumatran tigers, elephants and orangutans.
Belantara supports restoration, habitat and community.
GLOBAL COMPANIES, LOCAL ACTION
Achieving environmental objectives in Indonesia requires solutions larger than any one company’s operations and supply chain.
Through Belantara, your company will join an experienced team. Our strong network of established partnerships with Indonesian provincial governments, NGOs and local communities impact all economic sectors tied to forestry, palm oil, cacao, rubber, coffee, sugar and other crops in Indonesia. Together, we will make measurable, long-term contributions to ecosystems that are critical for achieving climate and biodiversity results.
As your local partner, we provide the platform for companies across the globe to pool resources and join a large-scale, multi-stakeholder conservation plans. This helps you fulfil your sustainability targets and progress towards your goal to achieve zero deforestation supply chains.
We believe in local community involvement and empowerment. This is why we fund local projects that assist farmers in Indonesia to learn to use new technology, diversify their skills and develop techniques to generate more productivity from their land without compromising nearby forests.
With its broad, landscape level approach to forest protection, Belantara makes environmental progress and achieves sustainability results land involved with your supply chain and beyond.
Asia Pulp and Paper is the seed funder of Belantara, having provided initial resources. The Foundation is now seeking additional partners interested in co-financing initiatives in Indonesia.