The Problem and Its Impacts of Mangrove Rehabilitation in Karangsong

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Abstract

Efforts to conserve coastal abrasion areas due to the overlapping of coastal development that causing in the overcapacity of environmental carrying capacity can be done among others by rehabilitating mangroves. Community development is an approach to help society by analyzing their problems and finding their solutions. Some studies show that mangrove rehabilitation be successful with a community development approach. However there is a new problem when the success of mangrove rehabilitation in Karangsong began to be claimed by one of the parties from several stakeholders who involved in mangrove rehabilitation activities. Beside that, problems arise from local governments claiming ownership of mangrove rehabilitation areas. The transfer of ownership is feared to threaten the sustainability of the mangrove forest area because the mangrove forest area is also an ecotourism, should be damaged conservation areas because it only focuses only on ecotourism. This paper reviews how the impact of one-sided claiming of one of the stakeholders and also the transfer of ownership of mangrove conservation area. To achieve the sustainability of the mangrove conservation area is needed regulation that not only benefits the government but also must involve the community in making the policy. In addition to the importance of sustainability of mangrove conservation is the main thing in conservation efforts.

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Feti, F., & Hadi Sudharto, P. (2018). The Problem and Its Impacts of Mangrove Rehabilitation in Karangsong. In E3S Web of Conferences (Vol. 73). EDP Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20187304016

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