Involvement of Indigenous People in the Process of Environmental Impact Asessment (Eia)Journal: Scholarena Journal of Biotechnology (Vol.5, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2018-06-15
Authors : Dhiksawan FS; Hadi SP; Samekto A; Sasongko DP;
Page : 1-6
Keywords : Indigenous People; Involvement; Process; EIA;
The problem of this research is that indigenous peoples often get the impact of various activities in the customary territory. This research on the involvement of indigenous people in the process of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is aimed at obtaining an overview about indigenous people and their involvement in the process of EIA. It employed library research through literature study. The research results shows that the indigenous people can be recognized if they still has characteristic features such as customary territory, descendants who live in the customary territory, customary values and norms, and environmental wisdom. Physical development and intensive exploitation of natural resources have led to environmental degradation. Indegeneous people have been adversly affected by physical development such as loss of ownership of forest and land. EIA is an istrument to achieve sustainable development, however the process of involving indegeneous people are adequate and formality.
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