Research Paper | Environmental Science | Indonesia | Volume 8 Issue 4, April 2019
Supporting and Inhibiting Factors in the Management of Coal Mining in the SDGs Perspective in South Malinau, North Kalimantan
Tomy Labo, Eko Ganis S, Endah Setyowati, Tjahjanulin Domai
Mining companies can contribute to the welfare of society, the economy through the provision of employment, services, funds for regional development. Domestic and domestic coal needs are very large, prices are increasing, of course coal companies continue to increase coal production. Increased coal production has an impact on state revenues from taxes and non-taxes for countries / regions. There are two focuses examined through this research, namely: (1) coal mining management which includes policies as a basis for coal management, authority in coal management, and the role of the community in managing new stones; (2) factors that support and hinder the management of coal mining in the perspective of sustainable development goals (SDGs) which include: aspects of policy, mine management, and the condition of mining land (environment), communities around mining. Data that has been collected through field observations and in-depth interviews, and documentation studies, then tested the validity and reliability. After that, it was analyzed using the data analysis technique of the Interactive Analysis Model, which is the analytical method used for analysis of qualitative data obtained in the field and continuous reciprocity during the research. The factors that support the management of coal mining can be identified as follows: (a) the existence of policies and legislation can be used as a guideline or reference for mining activities, (b) Positive appreciation from the community around mining is something important to support management mining, including the private sector, which has been granted permits, has completed the AMDAL documents needed for mining management, and (c) supervision of the local government of Malinau Regency related to the post-mining impact. The factors that hinder the management of coal mining include (a) lack of coordination between the government in this case the provincial government and local government, private sector, and society, (b) there have not been consistent implementation of several regulations, for example giving CSR, and (c) changing conditions of land or mining environment (aspects of environmental recovery).
Keywords: Management of Mining, Coal, Sustainable Development
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 4, April 2019
Pages: 348 - 353
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Tomy Labo, Eko Ganis S, Endah Setyowati, Tjahjanulin Domai, "Supporting and Inhibiting Factors in the Management of Coal Mining in the SDGs Perspective in South Malinau, North Kalimantan", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20196692, Volume 8 Issue 4, April 2019, 348 - 353
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