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“I can bring my ecological knowledge and the economic aspect to the people and brings out the numbers for the people to further improve their livelihoods" - Citra Septiani - Researcher and 2023 Course Participant
Since 2018, Conservation Strategy Fund Indonesia (CSF Indonesia) has collaborated with the Sintang Regency to develop Green Sintag, designed to transition West Kalimantan to low-carbon development principles and preserve its local ecosystems by 2030. 
Since 2018, Conservation Strategy Fund Indonesia (CSF Indonesia) has collaborated with the Sintang Regency to develop Green Sintag, designed to transition West Kalimantan to low-carbon development principles and preserve its local ecosystems by 2030. 
In a world that is facing unprecedented environmental challenges, the need for effective communication and knowledge transfer has never been more crucial. As a conservation NGO with a rich history of 25 years, we firmly believe that storytelling is a powerful tool that can inspire change and empower individuals to make a positive impact on our planet.
The Focus Group Discussion’s Participants. Photo by Hasan Adha Fauzi 
Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremony with The Halu Oleo University, Kendari.
Indonesia is on the brink of a groundbreaking transformation in its economic landscape. The Koalisi Ekonomi Membumi (KEM) or Earth-Based Economy Coalition is spearheading a movement that aims to accelerate the growth of a sustainable investment ecosystem, one that not only highlights the nation’s rich local wisdom but also safeguards its precious forests and peatlands.
El 8 de mayo Conservación Estratégica (CSF, por sus siglas en inglés), con el apoyo financiero de Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF), inició el curso de capacitación “Sostenibilidad Financiera de las organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil y otros socios de CEPF del Hotspot Andes Tropicales” con el principal objetivo de desarrollar capacidades para la sostenibilidad financiera de las Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil (OSC) socias y aliados de CEPF que impactan las áreas clave de biodiversidad (KBA) priorizadas por CEPF en Bolivia, Colombia y Perú.
PlanaFlor is a national plan for sustainable development that promotes environmental, economic, and social assets to pursue the effective implementation of the Brazilian Forest Code, Law no. 12.651/12, which provides protection for the native vegetation.  
Between January and May 2023, the Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF) -in consortium with Kara Solar and the Binational Development Plan of the Peru-Ecuador border region- participated in the second phase of the Climate Finance Accelerator (CFA) to promote the fluvial transport powered by solar energy in the Peruvian Amazon. Seeking to replicate in the country the initiative developed by Kara Solar in Ecuador for solar boats, our project was one of the eight projects selected to receive advice and financial tools to strengthen this low-carbon innovation and attract financing.