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Bimo Satrio



Master of Environmental Management and Development (2017), The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

Bachelor of Social Science (Anthropology) (2010), Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia

Contact details

Phone: 0433470974

Room: Stanner 1.28

Bimo Dwi Satrio is currently pursuing his PhD in The Resources, Environment and Development program (RE&D). He holds a Master of Environmental Management and Development, which he completed at RE&D in 2017. Prior to his return to the Crawford School of Public Policy, Bimo contributed to the Global Comparative Study on REDD+ at the Center for International Forestry Research, focusing on policy modules.

PhD programme

Resources, Environment, and Development

Supervisor(s) and panel members


Nofyanza, S., Dwisatrio, B., Atmadja, S., Moeliono, M., & Pham, TT. (2023). Towards Indonesian carbon market: Input from REDD+ projects. Info brief No. 385, May 2023.

Nofyanza, S., & Dwisatrio, B. (2023). Sharing benefits from the UN’s deforestation reduction program remains challenging, here’s why. The Conversation Indonesia.

Moeliono, M., Sahide, M.A.K., Bong, I.W., & Dwisatrio, B. (2023). Social forestry in Indonesia: fragmented values, progress, contradictions, and opportunities. In C. Tisdell (Ed.), Social Value, Climate Change and Environmental Stewardship: Insights from Theory and Practice (pp. 117-138). Springer International Publishing.

Hadyanafi, K., Nofyanza, S., & Dwisatrio, B. (2022, September 12). Indonesia’s ‘blue carbon credits’ are crucial for global climate mitigation. Here’s how to help them flourish. The Conversation.

Dwisatrio, B., Nofyanza, S., Moeliono, M., Pham, T.T., & Dharmawan, I.W.S. (2022). The job creation law and REDD+: possible synergies and challenges. CIFOR Infobrief No. 371.

Nofyanza, S., & Dwisatrio, B. (2022). How can Indonesia improve REDD+ to stop deforestation? The Conversation.

Dwisatrio, B., Said, Z., Permatasari, A.P., Maharani, C., Moeliono, M., Wijaya, A., Lestari, A.A., Yuwono, J., & Pham, T.T. (2021). The context of REDD+ in Indonesia: Drivers, agents and institutions (Update edition) (Occasional Paper No. 216). Center for International Forestry Research.

Oo, T.N., Hlaing, E.E.S., Aye, Y.Y., Chan, N., Maung, N.L., Phyoe, S.S., Thu, P., Pham, T.T., Maharani, C., Moeliono, M., Adi, G., Dwisatrio, B., Kyi, M.K.M., and San, S.M. (2020). The context of REDD+ in Myanmar: Drivers, agents and institutions (Vol. 202). CIFOR.

Pham, T.T., Moeliono, M., Dwisatrio, B., Yuwono, J., & Atmadja, S. (2021). REDD+ benefit sharing in Ethiopia: policy and stakeholder perceptions analysis. International Forestry Review, 23(4), 476-491.

Pham, T.T., Moeliono, M., Yuwono, J., Dwisatrio, B., & Gallo, P. (2021). REDD+ finance in Brazil, Indonesia and Vietnam: Stakeholder perspectives between 2009-2019. Global Environmental Change, 70, 102330.

Dwisatrio, B. (2021). Results-based payments in Indonesia: a strategy to move REDD+ forward.

Pham, T.T., Kengoum, F., Moeliono, M., & Dwisatrio, B. (2021). Forest governance in DRC: an analysis from actors’ participation in REDD+ policy development. International Forestry Review, 23(1), 79-89.

Nofyanza, S., Moeliono, M., Selviana, V., Dwisatrio, B., Liswanti, N., Tamara, A.R., & Komalasari, M. (2020). Revisiting the REDD+ experience in Indonesia: Lessons from national, subnational and local implementation. CIFOR Info brief No. 314 December 2020.

Moeliono, M., Brockhaus, M., Gallemore, C., Dwisatrio, B., Maharani, C.D., Muharrom, E., & Pham, T.T. (2020). REDD+ in Indonesia: A new mode of governance or just another project? Forest Policy and Economics, 121, 102316.

Kengoum, F., Pham, T.T., Moeliono, M., Dwisatrio, B., & Sonwa, D.J. (2020). The context of REDD+ in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Drivers, agents and institutions (Vol. 207). CIFOR.

Benn, V., Thuy, P.T., Moeliono, M., Thomas, R., Chesney, P., & Dwisatrio, B. The context of REDD+ in Guyana: drivers, agents and institutions. CIFOR Occasional Paper.

Korhonen, K.K., Brockhaus, M., Muharrom, E., Juhola, S., Moeliono, M., Maharani, C., & Dwisatrio, B. (2017). Analyzing REDD+ as an experiment of transformative climate governance: Insights from Indonesia. Environmental Science & Policy, 73, pp.61-70.

Korhonen-Kurki, K., Brockhaus, M., Bushley, B., Babon, A., Gebara, M.F., Kengoum, F., Pham, T.T., Rantala, S., Moeliono, M., Dwisatrio, B., & Maharani, C. (2016). Coordination and cross-sectoral integration in REDD+: experiences from seven countries. Climate and Development, 8(5), pp.458-471.

Winarto, Y.T., Stigter, K., Dwisatrio, B., Nurhaga, M., & Bowolaksono, A. (2013). Agrometeorological learning increasing farmers’ knowledge in coping with climate change and unusual risks. Southeast Asian Studies, 2(2), pp.323-349.

Winarto, Y.T., Dwisatrio, B., Nurhaga, M.S., Kinanti, V.Y., Sudhiastiningsih, N.N.S.N., Setyati, R., Kinasih, M.A., & Baskoro, W.R. (2012). Keterasingan Petani di lahan sendiri: kelanggengan revolusi hijau dan paradigma kimiawi. Kemandirian pangan Indonesia dalam perspektif kebijakan MP3EI, 278-309. Badan penelitian dan pengembangan pertanian, Kementrian Pertanian.

Winarto, Y.T., Dwisatrio, B., Ratnawati, S., & Rahayu, M.K. (2012). Sawah Tangguh di tangan petani: upaya memulihkan ekosistem padi. Kemandirian pangan Indonesia dalam perspektif kebijakan MP3EI, 243-277. Badan penelitian dan pengembangan pertanian, Kementrian Pertanian.

Scholarships and fellowships

Australia Awards Scholarships 2023 PhD Awards
Australia Awards Scholarships 2022 Short Course on Climate Finance
Australia Awards Scholarships 2014/2015 Masters Awards

Mailing address

Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
J.G. Crawford Building No. 132
Lennox Crossing
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601 Australia

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