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Building a Collaborative Vision for Landscape Action: Lombok project experience

A Case Study Of Integrated Watershed Management In Renggung Watershed, Central Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia

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November 27, 2014

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This case study shares how different actors in a landscape can move towards collaborative multi-stakeholder and multi-sector action for managing landscapes sustainably, drawing on lessons from Lombok.

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Multi-stakeholder and Multi-sector Action

This case study shares how different actors in a landscape can move towards collaborative multi-stakeholder and multi-sector action for managing landscapes sustainably, drawing on lessons from Lombok. It shows how PT Export Leaf Indonesia (PT ELI), one operating company in the British American Tobacco (BAT) group, and Lombok stakeholders transitioned from a single sector focus to a multi-stakeholder integrated approach to watershed management.

Beginning with a Biodiversity Assessment

This journey began with a Biodiversity Risk and Opportunity Assessment (BROA), a landscape tool to assess and address corporate impacts and dependencies on biodiversity and ecosystem services (BES), developed by the British American Tobacco Biodiversity Partnership (BATBP).

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What Challenges Remain

This case study enables other landscape leaders in the Landscapes for People Food and Nature (LPFN) Initiative to learn from the Lombok landscape approach, including what works and what challenges remain. The case study is based on the experience and observations of Fauna & Flora International (FFI).

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