08.00 - 09.00 Welcome Coffee & Registration
    09.00 - 09.10 Introduction : Agenda and Scenario
    Siti Nurbaya, Minister of Environment and Forestry
    09.10 - 09.30 Opening and Keynotes

    Setting The Goal Indonesia’s Future Toward Sustainable Transformation
    Jusuf Kalla, Vice President of Republic of Indonesia
    • What do we know about the impacts of fire and haze? How can Indonesia respond to address the challenge?
    • What is needed to shift the current development pathway toward a more sustainable and inclusive future?
    • Why Peat? How is it significant in solving the fire & haze crisis?
    • How can Indonesia seize the opportunity for a new growth paradigm?
    • What are the opportunities for strong growth through a sustainable model?
    • Mr. Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, MBA, Coordinating Minister for Politics, Law and Security
    • Dr. Darmin Nasution, Coordinating Minister for Economic
    • Dr. Ir. Rr. Endah Murniningtyas, M.Sc., Deputy of Natural Resources and Environment, Ministry of National Development Planning / National Development Planning Agency
    • Dr. Ir. Siti Nurbaya Bakar, MSc, Minister of Environment and Forestry
    • Mr. Douglas Broderick, UN Resident Coordinator
    • H.E. Stig Traavik, Ambassador of Norway
    • Dr. Peter Holmgren, CIFOR

    Ir. Wahjudi Wardojo MSc., TNC
    • Experiences in deals with haze by peat land and Indonesia’s efforts on fire fighting and international support
    • What is the evidence of the impacts of Indonesia’s fire and haze on growth and sustainable development in Indonesia?
    • The transformation required sustainable peat land management
    • What are the opportunities environment peat land management in promoting development in Indonesia.
    • What are the current policies and regulations on peat-land management in Indonesia?
    • What are needed to achieve sustainable peat-land management and utilization?
    • What are the major drivers of peat-land degradation, and what kind of policy reforms are needed to address those drivers?
    • How to rethink law enforcement to prevent peat fires?
    • How can subnational government involve play a stronger role?
    • How can civil society, businesses and stakeholder take action to contribute this agenda?
    • What’s responsible for bringing together actors to ensure a coherent response to sustainability
    • How the coordination and funding seeks to improve the effectiveness of activities?
    • How ensuring greater accountability and partnership for better operational work in the field?

    Speakers to address these questions (10 minutes each), followed by ‘buzz’ and plenary discussion.
    11.30 - 13.30 LUNCH BREAK and FRIDAY PRAYER
    13.30 - 15.30 DISCUSSION SESSION I
    "Toward a vision to solve Indonesia's Forest Fire and Haze Crisis: Analyzing Science, Policy and Stakeholders Collaboration"

    Experts Panel
    • Dr. Marcel Silvius, Wetlands International;
    • Dr. Hidenori Takahashi, Hokkaido University;
    • Prof .Dr. Dwikorita Karnawati, Rector of Gadjah Mada University ;
    • Prof. Dr. Bambang Hero Sahardjo, Bogor Agriculture Institute;
    • Mr. Poewardi Soeprihanto, APHI;
    • Mr. Agam Fatcurrohman, GAPKI.

    Wimar Witoelar, Yayasan Perspektif Baru
    • What is the science behind peat land and ecosystem management & conservation?;
    • What is the current state-of-play of Indonesia’s Peat lands and swamps (location, condition, etc.)?
    • What policies and regulations are needed to achieve sustainable peat land management and utilization?
    • How can subnational government play a stronger role?
    • How can the private sector/civil society support government’s efforts towards sustainable use of peat lands and swamps and swamps?
    • How to enhance our monitoring capacity on peat management and utilization?

    Speakers to address these questions (7 minutes each), followed by ‘buzz’ and plenary discussion.

    Coffee break is served during discussion
    15.30 - 17.30 DISCUSSION SESSION II
    Linking Science, Policy and Actions: How can degrade peat lands and swamps and mineral soils best be managed and utilized?

    Experts Panel
    • Prof. Dr. Jack Rieley, UK Peat Society
    • Prof. Dr. Daniel Murdiyarso, CIFOR;
    • Ms. Serena Lew MSc, GEC, Malaysia;
    • Prof. Dr. Hans Joosten, University of Greifswald, Germany;
    • Prof. Dr. Azwar Maas, Gadjah Mada University;
    • Dr. Aljosja Hooijer, Deltares
    • Dr. Darmae Nasir M.Si.,MA.,PhD Palangkaraya University.

    Tjokorda Nirarta Samadhi PhD, WRI
    • What policy or regulatory changes and associated tools need to be put in place to restore degraded peat lands and swamps and/or improve the productivity of degraded mineral soils?
    • Can drainage-intensive activities be accommodated on peat-lands and swamps in the long-term, and what are the alternatives? What needs to be done to stop further development and drainage of peat-land?
    • How can degraded mineral and peat lands and swamps contribute to a long-term solution to fire and haze?
    • What are best management practices on managing and utilizing degraded tropical peat lands and swamps that can be replicated and up-scaled?

    Brief responses from each panelist on the day’s discussions, and then a moderated dialogue between panelists, followed by “buzz” and response from tables.

    Johan Kieft – United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)
    08.00 - 08.30 Welcome Coffee & Registration
    08.30 - 10.30 DISCUSSION SESSION III
    Sustainability Peat-land Management on Socio-Economic Perspective

    Experts Panel
    • Dr. Jatna Suprijatna, University of Indonesia
    • Prof. Dr. Lars Hein, Wageningen University
    • Dr. Haris Gunawan, Riau University
    • Iain Henderson, UNEP Finance Initiative
    • Tiur Rumondang, IBCSD
    • Abetnego Tarigan, WALHI

    Monica Tanuhandaru, Kemitraan
    • What are the impacts of forest and peat land fires on economics?
    • What are sustainable uses of Indonesian peat-lands and swamps?
    • How to best ensure livelihood for affected communities while sustainably managing Indonesia’s peat? How did community-lead peat restoration activity work?
    • How can stakeholders work towards sustainable utilization of Indonesia’s peat?

    Brief responses from each panelist on the day’s discussions, and then a moderated dialogue between panelists, followed by “buzz” and response from tables.

    10.30 - 11.30 WRAP UP SESSIONS
    Towards Sustainable Peat Management and a Haze free Indonesia: What to do next?

    • Summary of key points raised in discussion sessions
    • Open Discussion
    • Outline of next steps for roadmap towards sustainable peat management
    Siti Nurbaya, Minister of Environment and Forestry