Climate Change Mitigation With Integrated Sustainable Farming & Conservation


As of 2000, Indonesia had 161 Mha of tree cover, equivalent to 85% of its land area and 4.0% of the global total. In 2001, Indonesia had 93.8 Mha of primary forest*, extending over 50% of its land area. In 2022, it lost 230 kha of primary forest*, equivalent to 177 Mt of CO₂ emissions. 107 kha of this loss was found to be within Indonesia’s official forest land cover classes and with a patch size larger than two hectares according to MoEF-WRI analysis. From 2001 to 2022, Indonesia lost 29.4 Mha of tree cover, equivalent to a 18% decrease in tree cover since 2000, and 21.1 Gt of CO₂e emissions. In Indonesia from 2001 to 2022, 96% of tree cover loss occurred in areas where the dominant drivers of loss resulted in deforestation. From 2001 to 2022, Indonesia lost 2.87 Mha of tree cover from fires and 26.6 Mha from all other drivers of loss. The year with the most tree cover loss due to fires during this period was 2016 with 729 kha lost to fires — 30% of all tree cover loss for that year. *Much of the primary forest loss in Indonesia according to the Global Forest Watch analysis is within areas that Indonesia classifies as secondary forest and other land cover (e.g., mixed dry land agriculture, estate crop, plantation forest, shrub and others). This is because the Global Forest Watch primary forest definition is different than Indonesia’s official primary forest definition and classification. Global Forest Watch statistics on loss of primary forests in Indonesia are therefore considerably higher than the official Indonesian statistics on deforestation in primary forest.


The climate crisis affects everyone. Women and children in vulnerable communities are taking the strongest hit, even though they are not responsible for it, but they live in countries that are at high risk of climate change and environmental hazards.

The World Bank reports 130 million additional people will be pushed into poverty because of climate change by 2030. Threatened livelihoods and competition for scarce resources triggered by changing climate put millions of children at increased risk of violence.

Women and girls are particularly vulnerable to climate change due to pre-existing gender inequalities and social norms. 45 million people worldwide are currently at extreme risk of famine and are one step away from famine and starvation. Over 160 million children live in areas of high-level drought.

Additionally, 920 million children are highly exposed to water scarcity’ (UNICEF 2021). Climate change must be addressed or the consequences will be dire. Droughts will become more intense, land degradation and desertification will increase, and the hunger crisis will worsen.

We believes that every women and children have a rights to deserves a safe, healthy and a sustainable future.

We are partnering with local communities on focusing the climate change mitigation and adaptation which will lead to positive outcomes for the wellbeing of women and children. We are taking concurrent actions to start strengthening local communities, build resilience and reduce global climate and environmental impact by permaculture


Threaten Agriculture & Fisheries

Heavy rains with an erratic schedule, occurrence of heat waves, increased flooding, and the introduction of new species of pests can threaten the condition of agriculture and fisheries in Indonesia. This is also very closely related to people's financial conditions.

Species Extincion

Disruption of natural habitats such as deforested forests, grasslands and coral reefs can cause thousands of species of animals and plants endemic of Indonesia to become extinct.

Health & Poverty

Infectious diseases, allergies, and asthma cases and pathogen transmission will become more common due to higher levels of air pollution. This will also affect people's financial conditions.

Extreeme Weather

A severe drought has the potential to cause drastic water shortages and increase the risk of forest fires in some areas. Rising sea levels can also cause flooding in the coastal areas of Indonesia.


           Permaculture is a system of ecological design as well as a global movement of practitioners, educators, researchers and organizers, bound by three core ethics: care for the earth, care for the people and care for the future.

 Permaculture integrates knowledge, experience, research and practices from many disciplines to restore landscapes and communities on a large scale. These strategies include:

A spectrum of safe, renewable energy technologies.

Scientific research and exchange of knowledge, information and innovations

Water harvesting, retention and restoration of functional water systems.

Forest conservation, reforestation and sustainable forestry. - Regenerative agricultural practices—organic, no-till and lo

Regenerative agricultural practices—organic, no-till and low-till, polycultures, small-scale intensive systems and agroecology.

Planned rotational grazing, grasslands restoration, and silvopasture systems.

Agroforestry, food forests and perennial systems.

Bioremediation and mycoremediation.

Increasing soil organic carbon using biological methods: compost, compost teas, mulch, fungi, worms and beneficial micro-organisms

Sustainably produced biochar for carbon capture and soil-building.

Protection and restoration of oceanic ecosystems.

Community-based economic models, incorporating strategies such as co-operatives, local currencies, gift economies, and horizontal economic networks.

Relocalization of food systems and economic enterprises to serve communities.

Conservation, energy efficiency, re-use, recycling and full cost accounting.

A shift to healthier, climate-friendly diets.

Demonstration sites, model systems, ecovillages and intentional communities.

Conflict transformation, trauma counseling and personal and spiritual healing.

Transition Towns and other local movements to create community resilience. And many more!

Permaculture Education

Webinars, Vlogs, Podcasts, WhatsApp Community Group, E-book

Permaculture Design Lanscaping

We provide consultation and design lanscaping project for urban, rural and community garden.

Permaculture Books

Urban permaculture serial, Garden to table receipes book, Zero waste management serial, Indonesian permaculture books.

Want to make yourself a mini food forest filled with dozens of fruit trees, perennial vegetables, biennial vegetables, carbohydrate bulbs, annual vegetables, herbs and spices as well as flowering pollinators and other beneficial insects? We got this!

Permaculture Artisan Products

Artisan wine, kombucha, gluten-free food, and heirloom harvesting products.

Permaculture Starter Pack & Seeds

Get ready to do your permaculture with our starter pack and heirloom, superfood seeds

Circular Economy Education, Training & Mentoring

End-to-end Circular Economy training for local farmers

Why Choose Us

Permaculture is not just our service. We're living it every single day. It is our passion and purpose.
End-to-End Solutions

We provide end-to-end solutions for all your permaculture, biodigester, and zero waste management needs.

Advanced Biodigester Tech

Our proprietary Biodigester Technology has been proven and thoroughly tested in various schools, universities, and residences in Indonesia.

Generate Energy & Save Bills

Our Biodigester generates biogas for cooking and water heating, and bioslurry which can be used as fish feed and fertilizer.

Local Farmers Network & Distribution

We educate local farmers with best practices, integrating distribution of their produce to our retail stores and e-commerce channels.

Circular Economy

All of our services are based on an innovative blueprint towards sustainable economy with high efficiency and ecological responsibility.

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Our Clients and Partners

What They Say About Us

We're truly grateful to receive so much encouragement and positive energy!

Our collaboration with Bandung Permaculture took place at the 2019 Earth Week project called Green School to bring the principles of permaculture to life in schools. Often times we see programs that are carried out on a "hit and run" basis, but our collaboration program is a very much different than others. A memorable experience because we can create a comprehensive program in building a school system that is minimal in waste and easy to do independently. We have succeeded in creating a school environment that understands permaculture practices, separates waste, has an independent green zone, utilizes plastic waste for ecobricks and processes waste into energy. Through this experience I can say, Bandung Permaculture is an expert in permaculture practices and sustainability programs. Amazing partner!
Ernest Christian Layman
CEO & Co-founder, Rekosistem
Former Sustainability Leader, PT. Procter & Gamble Home Products Indonesia
I hope everyone on earth understands the importance of maintaining the balance of nature. Bandung Permaculture has shown that being friendly with nature is fun.
Yudy Tri Utami
Teacher, MTsN 9 Jember
Alhamdulillah. Our students in SMPN 2 Rancaekek now have a sustainable permaculture garden thanks to Bandung Permaculture. Thank you very much!
Masitoh Iim
Teacher, SMPN 2 Rancaekek
Perhumas Indonesia has a Good Talk Indonesia program and national campaign. Based on the campaign, Perhumas Bandung actively organizes various forums that are local wisdom, mapping problems in the region and discussing with various parties to help provide recommendations and solutions with global standards. In 2019 we collaborated with Bandung Permaculture for a sustainable program and city branding program at the Mayor's Office in Bandung. Bandung Permaculture has very positive and inspiring activities as a community that moves actively to focus on environmental and sustainability issues. I sincerely wish continued success to Bandung Permaculture. Hopefully you continue to inspire so that people can participate in solving various problems in their city, especially issues related to the environment.
Hayu Maca & Bandung Permaculture have a unique relationship that was formed precisely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Together in Cimahi, both are looking for the right way to provide education to the community related to permaculture, gardening and food literacy. It did not take long for us to be able to connect. During the pandemic we created a variety of educational content that received positive feedback from the community. It's nice to have the chance to collaborate with Bandung Permaculture. See you in further collaborations Bandung Permaculture!


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