Implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility of Region-Owned Enterprises on The Conservation of Living Environmental Function of Bengawan Solo River

Sentot Sudarwanto, Pius Triwahyudi, Dona Budi Kharisma


This article will explain the implementation of CSR by Region-owned enterprises and find out ideal model of CSR management for Region-owned Enterprises on the conservation of living environmental function. The research results indicate that in the implementation of CSR by Region-owned Enterprises, a special team/ forum with Regent/ Mayor Decision Letter was formed in each regency/ city. Both regional and regent’s regulations were made for the CSR management in each regency/ city. The implementation of CSR around Solo had been done by Region-owned Enterprises, but only focused on corporate social responsibility instead of environmental responsibility and that related to the conservation of Bengawan Solo river. Special teams on CSR management in regency/ city designed activity programs based on inventorization of social and environmental problems. The programs initiated conformed to regents’/ mayors’ vision, mission, and program in social and environmental development. During the implementation of CSR programs, cooperation between special team of CSR fund management and relevant stakeholders is required. The team needs to socialize the programs and give similar perception about the concept of implementation of social and environmental responsibility to business actors. In addition, board of CSR fund monitoring consisting of public figures, academicians, and NGOs should be established as social control.

Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, Region-Owned Enterprises, Bengawan Solo River.

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