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Indonesia - Land National Account and Extent Account for Sumatra and Kalimantan (Inglês)

This report presents the pilot land and extent accounts for Indonesia based on the methodology of the SEEA, where land is defined as a unique environmental asset that delineates the space in which economic activities and environmental processes take place and within which environmental assets and economic assets are located. The land account displays the changes in land cover over time, differentiating between the main land cover classes in Indonesia such as paddy, perennial crops, plantation forestry, natural forests, urban area and open water. The policy relevance of the land account is to facilitate the monitoring and understanding how land cover has changed in Indonesia since 1990, which is essential for spatial planning at both national and provincial levels. It also provides basic information for development of other SEEA accounts such as ecosystem extent account, ecosystem services supply and use account, and carbon and biodiversity thematic accounts. The land account is based on government data only, and all figures are consistent with earlier produced government data on land cover. The report uses data from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MOEF or, with the Indonesian abbreviation: KLHK), since data is available from 1990 onwards covering the whole country. Therefore, the accuracy of the data presented is similar to the accuracy of the government data on land cover.




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