Rijal Ramdani

Rijal Ramdani
Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta | UMY

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The Glasgow Climate Change Conference (COP26) emphasizes e.g. 1) the urgency of protecting nature, including forests, water landscapes and marine ecosystems and 2) the rights of local communities and indigenous people concerning the knowledge of and living in harmony with nature. In line with COP26 outcomes, we call for collaborative approaches and...
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This compilation of articles and policy briefs constitutes part of the Responsive Natural Resources Governance Research Group’s international collaboration at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies of the University of Eastern Finland. The articles have been published in Responsibilization in Natural Resources Governance, a special iss...
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Indonesia has sustained annual forest fires since the 1990s related to land clearing activities for agriculture. The Indonesian Government has made substantial efforts to resolve annual fires by improving intergovernmental coordination at national and local levels. Overall, 96 government agencies are liable for controlling forest fire. This study e...
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This study is an analysis of the main criteria and indicators utilised in strengthening local institutions in charge of forest management towards dealing with forest fire incidents in Riau Province, Indonesia. Data were collected using in-depth interviews and observation. Out of the 120 questionnaires distributed to stakeholders, 81 responses were...
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Apelo a uma melhor colaboração dos actores na governançã de recursos naturais: A pandemia de coronavírus COVID-19 e mudanças climáticas agravaram as condições de incerteza, desinformação e desconfiança, o que pode levar a conflitos e gestão insustentável dos recursos naturais. Apelamos pela governança colaborativa e o desenvolvimento de plataformas...
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This paper aims to assess the fire detection systems in estimating hotspots in forest fires, in other words, a way of considering the possible scale of fires. Since it needs to have precise and fast mechanisms to make the right decision in case of a forest fire. In this paper, the hotspot resulted from potential forest fires was estimated using the...
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In response to mitigate COVID-19 local transmission, the Indonesian government has launched several regulative policies. This paper aims to analyze whether the decision-making process of those regulative policies is closed to a democratic or elitist approach and whether the government has adopted Artificial Intelligence (AI) in these processes. We...
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This study analyzes the main criteria and indicators in strengthening local institutions in charge of forest management towards dealing with forest fire incidence in Riau Province, Indonesia. Data were collected using in-depth interviews, observation, and questionnaires and analyzed with Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and other Structural Equation Mo...
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Tropical peatland suffers from rapid degradation due to expansion of palm oil plantations. In Indonesia, Environmental Non-Governmental Organizations (ENGOs) have an important role in peatland protection. This paper discusses the implications of responsibilization in the relation between advocacy and service ENGOs in the context of tropical peatlan...
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This article compares the implementation of community-based forest management (CBFM) practices between South Korea and Indonesia and discusses the political and legal basis of land and natural resources of the two countries. A triangulation method was used for data collection and analysis. As a result, this study developed a theory about successful...
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Forest fires in Indonesia continue to pose as an alarming governmental, environmental, and societal concern. This study examines the context of land ownership transformation mainly before and after forest fires in palm oil plantation activities. The data were gathered through in-depth interviews, observation, and Geographical Information System (GI...
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This work is an essay of final exam for a PhD course of Methods and Scientific Though at University of Eastern Finland, teacher professor Ossi Lidqvist
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The research argues that natural rubber plantation can become a main priority of development process in Indonesian rural regions. Even thought by four years the price of the commodity has been impressively decreasing, it does not relate with the quality and prosperity of farmer’s daily life. Moreover, the plantation has a sustainable characteristic...
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The aim of this paper is to elaborate the strength of interest group coalition in influencing local public decision making process by a coalition strategy. In terms of stakeholders' analysis in public policy formulation, there are many influential actors divided into two groups which are the official policy makers (executive, legislative, administr...
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On this essay, two issues will be discussed shortly. The first is the meaning of development as a critical theory not only on economics but also political and social sciences. Secondly, it is also necessary to see the transforming of the measurement that has been significantly changed from Gross National Income (GNI) or Gross Domestic Product (GDP)...

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Global governance is concerned with the tropical peatland that stores a large amount of carbon (70 GT) and is home to endemic flora and fauna in which Indonesia has the largest area of the habitat not only in Southeast Asia but also in the globe (Miettinen et al., 2012; Page et al., 2002). In the last few decades, however, the Indonesian tropical peatland has impressively degraded due to peat fires. The Indonesian government has introduced several regulations and allocated a considerable budget to develop collaborative governance of peat fire response and mitigation. Theoretically, this huge collaborative arrangement has the potential to deal with this issue According to scholars, collaborative governance allows the government to address multi-complex public problems that cannot be actioned alone (McGuire, 2006; Ansell and Gash, 2008; Wanna, 2008; Emerson et al., 2012). In the Indonesian context, however, the peat fire always occurs annually mainly in the dry season. It seems that there is a flaw in this collaborative arrangement and, thus, it is critical to find out to what extent does the collaborative governance between government agencies, NGOs, palm oil companies, and local communities work in protecting peatland areas from peat fires. On the one hand, I will focus on the process of tropical peatland ownership transformation before and after peat fires, and the responsibilization of ENGOs in the tropical peatland protection. On the other hand, the research aims to examine what kind of collaborative approaches the local community can use to adapt to the peatland fires. It will also analyze how to shift conflict over tropical peatland water-sharing into collaborative action. Research Duration: Autumn 2019 - Summer 2023