Environmental Management Supervision Integration Policy on Coal Mining Based on Integrated Principles

Nurul Listiyani, Rizka Zulfikar, Rakhmat Nopliardy


Applied Research Featured Higher Education (PTUPT) under Ristekdikti BRIN’s grant for 2019/2020 is research to find a form of environmental management supervision policy towards coal mining that regulates the form of coordination between stakeholders, authority and supervisory objects, as well as a commitment of active role between government, business, and community in the supervision of environmental management. The results of the study are a recommendation of the South Kalimantan Provincial Legislature to make a PERDA initiative related to environmental management which is expected to be the right step to maintain a sustainable environment. The method of approach in this study is socio juridical, with qualitative and quantitative analysis methods. The results showed that both in terms of regulation and implementation, coordination of supervision implementation has not been regulated and implemented optimally, so it has not supported the realization of integrated environmental management supervision based on the principle of integrated. Based on this, it is necessary to establish an environmental management legal system in the form of local regulations whose content material contains an integrated surveillance system with a shared commitment between stakeholders.

Keywords: policy; supervision; coal mining; integrated; Coordination

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/103-05

Publication date: November 30th 2020

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