PT Alam Bukit Tigapuluh

PT Alam Bukit Tigapuluh (ABT) is an ecosystem restoration company in Indonesia, with a 38,665-hectare concession adjacent to Bukit Tigapuluh National Park in Central Sumatra. We have a 60-year license to protect and restore the forest ecosystem and to conserve three critically endangered species. ABT is a 5-year-old company founded by NGOs and currently funded by philanthropic donations, but developing sustainable, non-timber forest product (NTFP) businesses to achieve self-sufficiency. The company provides benefits to the local communities, including indigenous peoples, in the five villages in and around the concession, through partnerships in forest protection and restoration, development of sustainable livelihoods from NTFP businesses and providing access to education, healthcare and other services.

Climate Action Platform

Organisation Representative

Endorsers that PT Alam Bukit Tigapuluh partner with


World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore (WWF)

Aavishkaar Capital is the equity arm of The Aavishkaar Group which manages in excess of US$1 billion in AUM across equity and credit. The Group’s shareholders include TIAA-Nuveen, Shell Foundation, Triodos Bank and Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank.

World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore (WWF)

WWF is an INGO in the environment and sustainable development sector, with programs in over 100 countries. In Singapore we have approx. 170 combined staff of WWF -Singapore and WWF-International. We work in sustainable finance, commodity markets, community livelihoods, sustainable development practices and policies, and biodiversity conservation. WWF Singapore’s focus is on education and advocacy in Singapore, and significant projects across ASEAN (in particular) for sustainable development, biodiversity conservation and community livelihoods.

On-going/Past projects

Enabling Sustainable Livelihoods through Climate-Safe Solutions

By PT Alam Bukit Tigapuluh

ABT aims to protect HCV tropical forest to mitigate impacts of climate change while building a sustainable business model that empowers local communities to adapt by developing nature-based livelihood

Climate Action and Environment, Conservation, Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation