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Journal: Jurnal Borneo Administrator (Vol.8, No. 2)

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Page : 206-229

Keywords : Regulation; Conservation; Marine and Fishery;

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Fisheries resources are spread across the territory of Indonesia, if not managed sustainably will become extinct. The efforts made by the government, is to make regulation that establishes a territory become a conservation area/protected. The purpose of this study is to assess the conservation regulations contained in the UU No. 27/2007, PP No. 60/2007, and UU No. 45/2009. Analysis of study is conducted qualitatively using normative juridical approach, through by desk study. The result shows that the terminology of conservation according to the those regulations, can not provide sufficient understanding of the term conservation; the role of local government and indigenous/local, is still not transparent governance in the field governed, as well as the distribution of rights over the territory that has been used as a conservation area. Improving the conservation management of marine and fisheries regulation can be done by reflecting the planning and good, community empowerment, collaborative institutional, policy and fair regulations, and improving the quality of human resources. UU No. 27/2007, PP No. 60/2007, and UU No. 45/2009, need to be revised in order to build sustainable conservation areas and create justice

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