About CER Indonesia


Carbon and Environmental Research Indonesia (CER Indonesia) is an entity dealing with environmental issues. This entity initiated with the spirit that we could assist community to determine and implement activities to safe local environment, which are in line with global interest. Those programs and activities related to economic and environmental development is our main concern. We hope that our entity could contribute significantly to process of achieving sustainable development in developing countries.

CER Indonesia was established under Notary Act of Mrs. Titien Moetiarsih SH Number 02, dated 03 March 2004.

Board of Management
Syahrina D. Anggraini
Director | syahrina@cerindonesia.org

Syahrina holds bachelor degree in Meteorology from the Bogor Agricultural University and master degree in Environmental Governance from the Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg – Germany with a scholarship from the DAAD. During her study in Germany, she did short intern work at the Ecofys and got accepted into post-graduate internship program at the UNFCCC Bonn. Joining CER Indonesia since 2005 and serving in its Board of Directors since 2006, she has been involved in development of carbon projects in energy, industry, waste, and forestry sector. She is also familiar with GHG inventory from being involved in the development of Indonesia’s Second and Third National Communication to the UNFCCC and the Timor Leste’s Initial and Second National Communication to the UNFCCC. Other areas of her works are on MRV and REDD+.

Ari Suharto
Vice Director for Program | arisuharto@cerindonesia.org

Ari holds bachelor degree in Communication and Community Development and master degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Management from the Bogor Agricultural University (IPB). He had a semester of exchange scholarship at the Hokkaido University during his study on post graduate school of IPB. In more than 10 years of his works in CER Indonesia, he has been involved in projects on carbon trading mechanisms, REDD, and MRV. He has also been involved in the development Indonesia’s Third National Communication to the UNFCCC and Indonesia’s First Biennial Update Report. His roles on these projects are among others on its management, in conducting social survey as well as stakeholder consultation and interviews. In addition, he also has involvement in various studies of High Carbon Stock (HCS) in Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi.

Kiki Kartikasari
Project Officer | kikikartikasari@cerindonesia.org

Kiki holds bachelor degree in Meteorology from Bogor Agricultural University and master degree in Plant Sciences from Wageningen University and Research Center (WUR), Netherlands, in 2012. Joining CER Indonesia since January 2018. Prior to joining CER Indonesia, she has worked for more than 6 years at CCROM SEAP IPB. On the issue of climate change, Kiki's capacities are primarily on climate and agriculture, especially on climate risk and adaptation. She has also heavily involved in projects in a number of different sectors including food security, agriculture, water resources and forest fires.

Mawardah Nur Hanifiyani
Project Officer | mawar@cerindonesia.org

Mawar holds bachelor degree in Forest Management from Bogor Agricultural University. She was joining CER Indonesia since August 2018. Prior to joining CER Indonesia, she worked as a Journalist for Tempo Inti Media after graduate. After one year, she started her carreer in Forestry and Environment sectors by working as a secretary for PT Wana Subur Lestari, and join several projects related to Hydrology Modelling and watershed management.

Mawaddah Rizkarahmani Amanah Utami
Project Administrator | mawaddahrizka@cerindonesia.org

Rizka graduating from Forest Products Department, Bogor Agricultural University in 2018. She was joining CER Indonesia since August 2019. Beside Forest Products, she also graduating from Bogor High School of Chemical Analyst. During her study, she had been worked in PDAM Tirta Pakuan Bogor and Perum Perhutani Cimanggu, Central Java.

Devi Suhermanto
Accountant | devis@cerindonesia.org

Devi Suhermanto holds a diploma degree in Financial Management at Corporate Leadership Academy (State of Polytechnic APP Jakarta). Prior to working at CER Indonesia, he has a long experience on Financial Accounting and Human Resources Development at various companies. He has worked at PT. Artek Intipersada in 1988-1990 as Cost Accounting Staff, Fotomatic Jaya Electric in 1990-1992 as Accounting Supervisor, PT. Matsushita Kotobuki in 1992-1995 as Supervisor General Affairs, PT. Polytama Propindo years 1995-2000 as the Superintendent Office Management, PT. Saksama Cipta Indonesia from 2000-2005 as Assistant Manager HR and GA, PT. Catra Mandiri in 2005-2008 as Operational Manager, and Project Secretary for an ADB TA (AECOM) in 2013-2015. Devi joined CER Indonesia since 2008, serving primarily as Tax Accountant and in recent years also as Human Resources Development.

Intan Novarina
Treasurer | novarina_intan@cerindonesia.org

Intan holds a Diploma degree in Japanese from Padjadjaran University of Bandung. Before officially joining CER Indonesia in April 1, 2018, in 2005 she worked at PT. Multindo Auto Finance as a finance staff until 2008. Then, in early April 2008, she joined at PT. Epson Indonesia in the Spare Part Management Division until 2010. Serving as a teacher in Japanese language in 2011 and in 2013 holds the position as treasurer of the school until early 2018. Reading and writing is her hobby.

Office Staff

Asep was joining CER Indonesia in 2019 as an assitant for general matters. Honest, diligent, and humble are the key points of his works.


Improve local environment quality, which are in line with global concern for community’s welfare. Improve local environment quality, which are in line with global concern for community’s welfare.


Increase community and stakeholders concerns to the importance of managing environmental resources sustainability in order to get double benefits, i.e. environment and economic improvement.


Carry out environmental studies to provide ideas how local and national governments should develop their policies and development programs which are line with global environmental concerns.

Implement capacity building activities for empowering community and stakeholder in carrying out activities to manage its natural resources and to safe environment which are in line with the global concern.

Assist communities and stakeholders in designing program for environmental saving projects which are in line with the global concern by optimizing the use local and global environmental funds.

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