Development Planning Of Sustainable Palm Oil Plantation Based On Sustainable Development In East Kotawaringin District

Waldianto, Wendy (2017) Development Planning Of Sustainable Palm Oil Plantation Based On Sustainable Development In East Kotawaringin District. -.



English Abstract

Agriculture is the most dominant sector of Gross Regional Domestic Product (PDRB) of East Kotawaringin District. The sub-sectors with the most contribution in the agricultural sector are the plantation sub-sector, and the most dominant plantation commodities are palm oil plantations. Sustainable Development can be realized if a development has realized sustainability in three aspects, namely: Economic, Social, and Environment. While in fact palm oil plantations only sustainable on the economic aspects alone, while the environmental aspects and social aspects are often set aside. Therefore, a planning strategy is needed to enable the development of palm oil plantations based on Sustainable Development in East Kotawaringin District. The purpose of this thesis research is to explain and analyze: 1) Planning program of East Kotawaringin District Government to overcome the negative impact of palm oil plantation development, 2) Sustainable development effort by third parties on planning of palm oil plantation development in East Kotawaringin District, 3) sustainable development strategy that is suitable to be applied in palm oil plantation development planning in East Kotawaringin District. This research uses qualitative method with descriptive approach. The results showed that the development of palm oil plantations in East Kotawaringin District only sustainable on economic aspects and social aspects only, while for the environment is still not sustainable. To handle this the strategy that should be done is to use three stages of input-process-output. Input is an identification of several planning documents, and a number of public complaints about palm oil plantation issues. Process is an activity of analysis and discussion about the result of identification at input stage. Output is the result of discussion between the government, the company, and the community set forth in a program of palm oil plantation development activities that are Sustainable Development

Item Type: Article
Subjects: 600 Technology (Applied sciences) > 641 Food and drink > 641.3 Food > 641.33 Spesific food from plant crops > 641.338 51 Palm oil
Divisions: S2 / S3 > Magister Ilmu Administrasi Publik, Fakultas Ilmu Administrasi
Depositing User: Nur Cholis
Date Deposited: 08 Aug 2017 02:40
Last Modified: 02 Dec 2020 10:07
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