USING THE FOREST ZONE THROUGH THE LOW CARBON DEVELOPMENT FOR THE WELFARE OF SOCIETY AROUND THE FOREST

ASMANI, NAJIB (2011) USING THE FOREST ZONE THROUGH THE LOW CARBON DEVELOPMENT FOR THE WELFARE OF SOCIETY AROUND THE FOREST. In: EXPLORING RESEARCH POTENTIAL. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR, pp. 168-173. ISBN 978-979-98938-5-7

[img]
Preview
PDF
Download (5Mb) | Preview

    Abstract

    FOREST OF INDONESIA TENDS TO DECREASE, IF IT LEFT WITHOUT CONSERVATION WILL RELEASE MUCH THE GREEN HOUSE GAS (GHG). THE LARGE OF CRITICAL LAND UNTIL 2008 REACH 78 MILLION HECTARE, AND 76 PERCENT FROM IT INCLUDES IN FOREST AREA. THE ACTIVITY OF ILLEGAL LOGGING ND CHANGING FOREST TO BE PLANTATION WHICH PEOPLE AROUND THE FOREST DO, AS INDICATORS THAT THE ECONOMIC BENEFIT FROM THE FOREST ARE LOWER. THE EFFORTS FROM GOVERNMENT TO CONSERVE THE FOREST ARE NOT AVAILABLE BECAUSE OF SOME HANDICAPS LIKE FINANCIAL, HUMAN RESOURCES AND MANAGEMENT. TO MAKE STAND OF THE PRESERVATION FOREST FOR HUMAN LIVING JUST FROM NON TIMBER FOREST PRODUCT NOT TO GUARANTEE TO INCREASE SOCIAL WELFARE. ON THE OTHER HAND, CHANGING FOREST TO TIMBER AND ESTATE PLANTATION CONTRIBUTING BENEFITS FOR INCREASE THE SOCIAL WELFARE. MANAGING FOREST THROUGH LOW CARBON DEVELOPMENT FORE SOCIAL WELFARE IS BETTER THAN STANDING PRESERVING FOREST FOR RELEASING EMISSION BUT STILL IMPOVERISHING THE PEOPLE. CONVERTING THE LOW CARBON FOREST TO GIVE THE WELFARE FOR PEOPLE ARE STILL CONTROVERSIES, AND IT SHOULD BE OVERCOME TO SEE THE GOOD SOLUTIONS. IMPORTANTLY, TO SET THE INTEGRATED RESEARCH FOR HOW ANALYZE AND PLAN SOME DESIGNS USING THOSE IN ORDER TO GIVE THE OPTIMAL RESULTS IN BALANCING FOR ECOLOGY, ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY. THE EXISTENCE OF FOREST SHOULD MAKE BETTER CARBON SINK OR ECOLOGY, BETTER ECONOMIC GROWTH, AND BETTER SOCIAL WELFARE.

    Item Type: Book Section
    Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
    Divisions: Faculty of Agriculture > Department of Agricultural Socioeconomics
    Depositing User: Dr Najib Asmani
    Date Deposited: 23 Jul 2012 17:25
    Last Modified: 23 Jul 2012 17:25
    URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/1125

    Actions (login required)

    View Item