Tomy Labo, Eko Ganis S, Endah Setyowati, Tjahjanulin Domai
Abstract: The authority over natural resource management which has so far ignored coordination between levels of government has become an empirical fact for the government in realizing sustainable environmental development. The role of the provincial government which has been expected to be central in the management of natural resources in the region has not been able to be realized in accordance with expectations. Collaboration between the government and stakeholders in the region has not been realized as it should. The focus investigated through this research is the strategy of coal mining governance in the perspective of Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs). Data that has been collected through field observations and in-depth interviews (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 (Mile, Huberman, and Saldana), namely the analytical method used for analysis of qualitative data obtained in the field and continuous reciprocity during the research. In its implementation, the method used is by integrating interactively and circularly between data collection, data condensation, data display, and then drawing conclusions and verification (drawing / verification). This research concludes that 1) The management of coal mining carried out in South Malinau Subdistrict, Malinau District, North Kalimantan is in accordance with existing regulations, although there are some that are inconsistent in fulfilling the above regulations both in the initial process of mining and during mining and post-mining operations. The management also involves the community in the form of supervision and a portion of the labor of the mining company comes from the local community. 2) Strategic steps to realize sustainable coal mining are to strengthen law enforcement along with sanctions, hold regular discussion forums, multi-stakeholder monitoring, and community development and empowerment programs.
Keywords: Management of Mining, Coal, Sustainable Development