Mining and plantation are two sectors that greatly contribute to the regional economy. From 2008-2012, the plantation sector contributed 19.27 up to 25.29% of the Regional Domestic product with the mining sector contributing 17.38%.  There are a series of issues that negatively impact and reduce investment into the mining and plantation sector. One of … Continue reading License Review for the Implementation REDD+ in Jambi
Category: Environmental law
Which Institutions of the UN System are available for environmental Dispute Settlement?
Introduction Each member state that enters to the international environmental agreement must acknowledge the provisions of dispute settlement. The United Nations (“UN”) system provides various options on dispute settlement such as but not limited to negotiation, enquiry, mediation, conciliation, arbitration, and judicial settlement (refer to Article 33 (1) of UN Charter). Negotiation consists of a … Continue reading Which Institutions of the UN System are available for environmental Dispute Settlement?
The Compliance with International Environmental Law – Indonesia
INTRODUCTION Environmental degradation is a global concern. Pollution in one country can have negative impacts on another. Therefore, international cooperation is imperative to dealing with environmental problems. One way in which the world community addresses environmental problems is through the development of international environmental conventions. These conventions are the foundation of international environmental law. While … Continue reading The Compliance with International Environmental Law – Indonesia