Forest degradation has been categorized as the source of carbon monoxide (CO) emission, about which Indonesia contributed to the global emission of about 12-20% (van der Werf et al. 2009). Carbon emissions from deforestation and forest degradation are the second-largest source of anthropogenic carbon emission (IPCC 2007, Le Quere et al. 2009, van der Werf et al. 2009). The provincial government of South Sumatra has committed to reducing the Green House Gas emission before the international communities during the 2015 Bonn Challenge summit. This document seeks to explore the potential landbased GHG emission from this landscape and estimate its economic values.