Rekam Nusantara Foundation created this explainer video to build and share knowledge on ocean accounts, support mutual capacity growing within the global community of practice and facilitate the uptake of accounts in decision making. The video showcases the rich and diverse coastline of Indonesia while demonstrating the use of ocean accounts for sustainable ocean development.

The video uses footage from, and was edited by, the Indonesian Nature Film Society, the production unit of the Rekam Nusantara Foundation.

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Rekam Nusantara Foundation studies natural richness and biodiversity as well as conservation efforts along Indonesia’s archipelago. This publicly available information is then disseminated through creative media (such as this video) to increase understanding on issues relating to environmental, cultural, and natural resources sustainability, as well as indigenous peoples and climate change.

Since 2013, Rekam Nusantara Foundation has collaborated with various stakeholders, including central (ministries/non-ministerial state bodies) and local governments, as well as national and international non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

The Fisheries Resource Centre Indonesia (FRCI), a working unit of Rekam Nusantara Foundation, was created to support the sustainable management of the Indonesian ocean using scientific research for evidence-based decision-making. As one of its core programs, FRCI has been collaborating across government sectors and stakeholders to develop ocean accounts since 2021.

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The natural wealth owned by the Indonesian people is absolute to be maintained and managed as well as possible for the welfare of the Indonesian people. In order to maintain the integrity and peace of the Indonesian nation.