Ambar Tri Ratningsih, Siti Aisyah, Trisla Warningsih, Zulfan Saam, Zulkarnaini, Almasdi Syahza
Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest is one of the customary forests in the Riau Province. The existence of Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest is crucial for the surrounding communities as this forest serves as a watershed area for clean water sources and maintains ecological balance. One of its significant roles is its ability to absorb CO2 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest has a standing biomass of 16,262.896 Mg and a carbon stock of 8,130.976 Mg. The economic value of carbon in the Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest, located in Kampa Village, Kampar Subdistrict, Kampar Regency, Riau Province, amounts to IDR 2,593,778,502 (free market) and IDR 6,778,407,818.56 (Clean Development Mechanism). Furthermore, it has the capacity to absorb 29,813.546 Mg of CO2 from the atmosphere.
Citation: Ratningsih, A.T., Aisyah, S., Warningsih, T., Saam, Z., Zulkarnaini, Z., Syahza, A., (2023). Carbon Economic Valuation of Pole Trees and Trees in the Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest, Kampar Regency, Riau Province. Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan, Vol 18, No 2. Pages 71-83. https://doi.org/10.31849/forestra.v18i2.14075