The Conflict of Forest Tenure and the Emergence of Community Based Forest Management in Indonesia

EKO PRIYO PURNOMO, PB ANAND

Abstract


The forest tenure policy remains a controversy in Indonesia
specially, on the issues of how to maintain
forest on sustainable way and at the same time how
to share of benefit of forest resources to the local
communities. Yet, the state is the main actor on
forest tenure in Indonesia could not succeed to do
so.. This paper discusses the Community Based
Forest Management (CBFM) programme in
Indonesia with some details relating to the
Indonesian political and legal basis on land and
natural resources. This paper also describes the
conflict of forest resources and the state’s failure in
forest resources management in Indonesia. CBFM
can be used as an alternative to share resources
and conserve the forest by engaging local
communities.
Key words: Conflict of resources, forest tenure,
forest management and CBFM.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18196/jgp.2014.0003

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