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PERAN PARA PIHAK TERHADAP KEBERLANJUTAN KESEPAKATAN KONSERVASI MASYARAKAT DI TAMAN NASIONAL LORE LINDU Massiri, Sudirman Daeng; Nugroho, Bramasto; Kartodihadjo, Hariadi; Soekmadi, Rinekso
ForestSains Vol 14, No 1 (2016): Desember
Publisher : Universitas Tadulako

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Management of National Parks cause interdependence of many parties so that required appropriate institutional arrangements. However, the rules which have been designed in an institution often not implemented by stakeholders sustainably. This phenomenon occurs in Lore Lindu National Park (LLNP), in which property rights and the rules of Community Conservation Agreement (CCA) designed since the early 2000s is not implemented by stakeholders in LLNP. This problem situation suspected closely related to the interests, capacity, rights, responsibilities, revenues and relationship between stakeholders in the management of national parks. This research aimed to understand how the interests, capacity, rights, responsibilities, revenues and relationship of the stakeholders affected the performance of CCA. To achieve these objectives, this study was using a stakeholder analysis with 4RS framework (rights, responsibility, revenues and relationship) and analysis of access. This study used qualitative research methods with conduct interviews with key informants to obtain deeply explanation about the role the stakeholders in the agreement. The study found that the high interests of stakeholders to resources of LLNP were land, timber for local need, biodiversity, water and tourism. Local community have high capacity to access gain of resources in LLNP, while the high control access capacity in LLNP were LLNP officer, Village Chiefs, Customary Institutions in homogenous villages and Village Conservation Council/LKD in Rimba zone. However, they did not have high capacity of access maintenance for the use of forest resources. Imbalance of rights, responsibilities and revenues of stakeholders became one the constraints for the sustainability CCA. The relationship between local communities, local institutions to BBTNLL was categorized as poor, even though it has constructed efforts of conservation agreements
Strategi Pengembangan Ekowisata di Kabupaten Kepulauan Yapen Provinsi Papua Karsudi K; Rinekso Soekmadi; Hariadi Kartodihardjo
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 16 No. 3 (2010)
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB University)

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Yapen Islands Regency has a very potential and feasible capital to be developed as a tourism attraction object. However, its ecotourism management does not optimal because of several constraints such as lacking institutional capacity of ecotourism management, weak attraction management, less spatial planning of tourism, and ineffective promotion and marketing, as well as problems on regional security. This research was conducted to formulate strategies to develop the islands ecotourism. The results showed that most of the tourism attractions (sea, water, and land ecotourism objects) in Yapen were feasible for further development ecotourism attractions. However, some of the potential tourism objects were not yet possible to be developed due to some barriers and constraints, i.e. unsupportive market potential, bad access due to location of the objects, below-standard management and services, poor accommodation, and high similarity with other objects.  The research, therefore, recommends that pessimistic strategy should be applied in overcoming the problems.  The strategy should be supported by arrangement of the tourism space, development of attractions management, development of promotion and marketing, development of regulations and management in ecotourism organization, and creation of a conducive and secure situation, both within and outside the tourism area.
MANAJEMEN KOLABORASI DALAM RANGKA RESOLUSI KONFLIK DI TAMAN NASIONAL KELIMUTU Lukita Awang Nistyantara; Sambas Basuni; Rinekso Soekmadi
Media Konservasi Vol 16 No 1 (2011): Media Konservasi Vol. 16 No. 1 April 2011
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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The management of Kelimutu National Park (KNP), who applied preservationist paradigm and centralized policy, had caused a conflict of interest among stakeholders. Therefore, the management strategies of the park by co-management approach were needed to conserve the park and resolve the conflict.  The aims of this research were to analyze the application of the principle of co-management at the time, to identify relevant stakeholders, and to determine the management strategies of the park through co-management approach. The results showed that application of the principle of co-management in the Wologai Tengah village fell in the high/good category, while those applied in the Saga village fell in the category of middle. The results also showed that there were 15 (fifteen) stakeholders who were or could be affected by the decisions and the actions of the park’s management.   Based on the expert’s assessment, the cores of the stakeholders were both the park management and the local community. They could influence the successful management of the park. The management strategies of the park was to implement some activities in the following priorities: 1) conduct a continuous meeting among the core stakeholders, provide assistance to increase the community of economic business, and conduct the KNP conservation extension; 2) coordinate stakeholders forum, establish stakeholders agreement, and conduct socialization of the programs.Keywords: co-management, Kelimutu National park, conflict, collaboration management
ANALISIS PENATAAN RUANG KAWASAN LINDUNG KABUPATEN PANDEGLANG DENGAN APLIKASI GIS DAN REMOTE SENSING Rika S. Santoso; Rinekso Soekmadi; Lilik Budi Prasetyo
Media Konservasi Vol 16 No 1 (2011): Media Konservasi Vol. 16 No. 1 April 2011
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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The need for space is increasing along with the growth of population. It had become one of the matters which caused exploitation of natural resources and abuse of space uses. Protected area provided life support system, but in fact it had been degraded and experienced function changes.  Pandeglang as one of areas with high natural resources potential had also encountered environmental problems.  Geographic information system (GIS) could provide the latest data and help in to reach decision of space policy to push the protection area management. The research was carried out on September until November 2009 with the purpose to: (1) identify the legal formal protected area based on the Presidential Decree Number 32 year 1990 about protected area management; (2) identify the gap of legal formal and actual protected areas, and the abuse of protected areas spatial pattern, and; (3) formulate strategy and policy direction in supporting the management of legal formal protected areas.  The data was collected through thematic maps, remote sensing and direct observation.  Data analysis was based on the results of overlay analysis and the percentage of deviation (summary) analysis. The result showed that the actual protected areas, based on the distribution of forest function (DFH), in Pandeglang Regency were Ujung Kulon National Park (TNUK), Carita Nature Recreation Park (TWA) and protected forest, while the actual protected areas based on spatial area allocation in spatial area arrangement plan (RTRW) in Pandeglang Regency were TNUK and protected forest.  The gap between the legal formal protected area with the actual protected area was 99,957.20 Ha (35.55%). All protected areas were dominated by forest in different coverage.  There were inconsistency of planning steps and spatial pattern abuse of protected areas.  Management of the legal formal protected areas could be supported through the assignment of an institution with authority/mandate and responsibility in the management of legal formal protected areas, particularly toward natural disaster prone areas and local protected areas.  The RTRW document should be reviewed to provide actual data, the use of similar format of data reference, and reach a consistent spatial arrangement.   Keywords: legal formal, actual, protected areas, gap, GIS, Pandeglang.
PERSPEKTIF MASYARAKAT TERHADAP PROGRAM KEMITRAAN KEHUTANAN SEBAGAI SOLUSI KONFLIK TENURIAL DI KESATUAN PENGELOLAAN HUTAN LINDUNG RINJANI BARAT: Community Perspective to Forestry Partnership Programme as Land Tenure Conflict Solution in Protected Forest Management Unit Rinjani Barat Gista M. Rukminda; Rinekso Soekmadi; Soeryo Adiwibowo
Media Konservasi Vol 25 No 1 (2020): Media Konservasi Vol. 20 No. 1 April 2020
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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Sebagai bagian penting dari perbaikan tata kelola hutan, Indonesia kini tengah giat mempromosikan dua institusi baru: Kesatuan Pengelolaan Hutan (KPH) dan program Kemitraan Kehutanan (salah satu tipe dari Perhutanan Sosial). Salah satu KPH model di Indonesia adalah KPH Lindung Rinjani Barat atau KPHL RB yang merupakan KPH terbaik pada tahun 2015 melalui pencapaian program Kemitraan Kehutanan sebagai solusi konflik tenurial di wilayah kerja mereka. Penelitian bertujuan untuk menganalisis bagaimana keberhasilan atau kegagalan program Kemitraan Kehutanan dilihat dari perspektif manajemen organisasi dan pandangan masyarakat setempat. Metode penelitian menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif dan kuantitatif yang dianalisis secara deskriptif. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa, pertama, melalui program Kemitraan Kehutanan intensitas konflik tenurial antara KPHL RB dan warga lokal berkurang sebesar 80 persen (di dalam peta diindikasikan oleh berubahnya warna merah menjadi kuning). Perjanjian Kemitraan antara KPHL RB dan warga lokal yang melegitimasi (himpunan) hak akses warga di dalam kawasan hutan, menjadi faktor penentu turunnya intensitas konflik tenurial. Kedua, sebagian besar responden (yang merupakan representasi warga lokal) menyatakan bahwa berkat perjanjian Kemitraan mereka memiliki akses yang legitimate ke dalam kawasan hutan. Walau peningkatan kesejahteraan warga lokal belum tampak signifikan sebagai akibat Kemitraan Kehutanan, namun warga kini memiliki security of tenure (keamanan tenurial) yang menjadi landasan penting bagi sustainable livelihood security (keamanan nafkah yang berkelanjutan). Dari perspektif institusi, dapat disimpulkan bahwa Kemitraan Kehutanan merupakan program yang terbilang sukses baik di mata komunitas sekitar maupun KPHL RB. Namun demikian, masa depan keberlanjutan program ini menjadi pertanyaan ketika motor program ini, yakni KPHL RB, saat ini berada dalam kondisi yang lemah. Kata kunci: hak akses, kemitraan kehutanan, konflik tenurial, KPHL RB
MODEL KEBIJAKAN DAN SISTEM HUKUM PEMBERANTASAN PEMBALAKAN LIAR DI INDONESIA (STUDI KASUS DI PROVINSI RIAU) Marissa Grace Haque; Rinekso Soekmadi; Hasim Hasim; Hartrisari Hardjomidjojo; Daud Silalahi
Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan (Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Management) Vol. 3 No. 1 (2013): Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan (JPSL)
Publisher : Graduate School Bogor Agricultural University (SPs IPB)

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A high rate and massive illegal logging cases from the past until to date, and the low rate of law compliance in the sense of Indonesia law and policy implementation, awoke some issues that encourage Indonesia and Indonesian jurists to build a better system. Conducting the research from 2005-2007, and thoroughly observing its development until 2011, from as many as 23 Statutory Laws start from the umbrella of the Basic Law or UUD 45 (Undang Undang Dasar 1945), follow with Laws or UU(Undang Undang), Policies or Kebijakan as Government Regulation or PP (Peraturan Pemerintah), Presidential Decree orKEPPRES (Keputusan Presiden), and Presidential Instruction or INPRES (Instruksi Presiden), strive the researcher to scrutinizethem prudently. The research conduction aims to build a model-system that might contribute to the 2012 national accelerationanti-illegal logging movement in Indonesia region.Keywords: Model system, UUD 45, UU, government regulation; PP, presidential decree; KEPPRES, presidential instruction;INPRES
Analisis kebutuhan pegawai di Balai Taman Nasional Alas Purwo vera tisnawati; Rinekso Soekmadi; Agus Priyono Kartono
Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan (Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Management) Vol. 9 No. 2 (2019): Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan (JPSL)
Publisher : Graduate School Bogor Agricultural University (SPs IPB)

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Every year, starting from 2015-2019, the effectiveness of Alas Purwo National Park (APNP) management is evaluated, by using the Management Effectiveness Tracking Tool (METT). This assessment system requires valid data and information for objective results. One of the data and information needed is the result of staffs requirement analysis. The objective of this research is to analyze the need of staffs of APNP Office in 2017-2019. The study began in May 2017 until January 2018 and took place at APNP Office in Banyuwangi and in Staffing, Organization and Governance Office of the Secretariat of the Directorate General of Natural Resources Conservation and Ecosystem in Bogor. The data collected by observation, discussion and document study result. The analysis begins by calculating the staffs inventory, then calculating the required staffs based on the workload and ending by calculating the adequacy of the staffs. The results show that Overall, the number of staffs at BTNAP in 2017-2019 has exceeded the number of staffs required, but in function (administrative and technical personnel) there is still inequality, especially in the position of data analysts, data processors, and revenue treasurer.
Conflict Resolution of Teluk Cenderawasih National Park Management in Teluk Wondama Regency Edward Sembiring; Sambas Basuni; Rinekso Soekmadi
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 16 No. 2 (2010)
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Conflicts of interest have occurred in the management of the area and natural resources of Teluk Cenderawasih National Park (TNTC) in Teluk Wondama Regency, West Papua Province. The implications of the park zoning system resulted in pro-and-contra situations that might create conflicts. With this context, the research aimed to formulate-resolution concepts that were considered suitable to resolve the conflicts for managing the park. The research showed that most stakeholders can be mapped out as key players and subject of conflict, just one as crowd and ones as context setter. The research also revelaed that the zoning system has accomodated the needs and aspirations of all stakeholder. Based on the finding it can be said that the existing conflict models were categorized as no conflict among most stakeholders, latent conflict (between BBTNTC with WWF, BBTNTC with Dinpar, DKP with Waprak, and DKP with Yende), and emerging conflict (between DKP with BBTNTC). The research concluded that the conflict of the park management can be resolved through collaborative management approach that can be developed with shared control by other stakeholders. Collaborative management should be implemented as “step by step process”: (1) strengthening the capacity of BBTNTC, (2) consolidation of BBTNTC with NGO (WWF) and local government (DKP and Dinpar), and (3) establishment collaboration with local community and the other stakeholders.
PENGELOLAAN TEMBAWANG SUKU DAYAK IBAN DI DESA SUNGAI MAWANG, PURING KENCANA, KAPUAS HULU, KALIMANTAN BARAT Yasri Syarifatul Aini; Nyoto Santoso; Rinekso Soekmadi
Media Konservasi Vol 21 No 2 (2016): Media Konservasi Vol. 21 No. 2 Agustus 2016
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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Dayak Iban Ethnic cannot be separated of interaction with the forest (tembawang) as a place to fulfill of variety needs such as food source, building material, traditional medicine, traditional ceremonies, craft and so on. It is important to know all aspect about tembawang and existence. The data were collected by in depth interviews to the village officials, officials and indigenous community representative, analyze with descriptive qualitative and SWOT. Sungai Mawang Village has 15 tembawang, spacious 12.52 ha and 147 types of plants with complete stratification such as natural forests. Tembawang management is governed by customary law. Access unlimited use but require a permit customs officials. Tembawang has the function and value is very important because it is part of the tradition, culture and customs of the people, economic needs and conservation. The Dayak Iban manage tembawang in good condition, with the result that maximizing managemen and potential for achieve maximum progress. Sustainability of tembawang management needs the support of the government as the policy holder and indigenous peoples itself, besides strengthening traditional values/culture in various aspects. Keywords: Dayak Iban ethnic, management, sustainability, SWOT, tembawang 
Model Pengembangan Kelembagaan Pembentukan Wilayah Kesatuan Pengelolaan Hutan di Provinsi Papua K Karsudi; Rinekso Soekmadi; Hariadi Kartodihardjo
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 16 No. 2 (2010)
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The implementation of forestry policy in Papua Province has not been significantly optimal as indicated by the high poverty rate around and within the region and the increasing rate of forest degradation. To overcome the problems of the forestry sector, a policy is introduced in the form of Kesatuan Pengelolaan Hutan (KPH) or Forest Management Units. This policy is an enabling condition for the realization of sustainable forest resources and community welfare. The success of KPH is largely determined by the capacity of local stakeholders that includes understanding, coordination and cooperation, and readiness of the organizations that manage KPH.  Therefore, this research was conducted to design an institutional model of establishing the region of KPH and formulate organizational structure of KPH. The study was conducted in Jayapura of Papua Province and Regency of Yapen Islands by the use of purposive sampling method for data/information collecting and decision-making tool of Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) for data analyzing, which was then analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the performance in establishing the KPH regions in Papua Province was at the medium level of achievement or approximately 29.50% of the criteria and indicators for the formation of KPH regions. This condition was considered low as result of the poor understanding and ineffective cooperative relationships and coordination among stakeholders. Thus, the formulation of the institutional model should be directed to increase the role, capacity, and effectiveness of stakeholder relations. Regarding to the findings, a state owned enterprise is viewed as highly feasible to manage KPH in Papua Province.