The Principles of Responsive Participatory in Protection and Management Environmental As an Alternative Solution on Environmental Issues of National at the National Spatial

Laksminarti ., I Nyoman Nurjaya, Istislam ., Rachmad Safa’at


Environmental issues the day shows an increase. This indicates that environmental policies have not been successful. Exploitation of natural resources and the environment has led to the deterioration of environmental quality in natural resources, especially in matters of public participation in environmental conservation. In line with regional autonomy, in this case the delegation of authority to local governments in the field of natural resource management and environmental conservation have the intent to increase public participation (responsive participatory) in environmental protection and management. Public participation is to ensure dynamism in the protection and management of the environment so that life is able to answer the challenge. The mechanism of public participation (participatory principles) need to be implemented in everyday life through democratic mechanisms. So it can be said that one of the strategies that effective environmental management is to fully involve community participation in environmental protection and management. The trend has been shown by the decision makers of spatial planning is lacking to raise the spirit of community participation. The method used is a normative legal research with the approach of legislation. The results showed that the responsive participatory principle is absolutely necessary in order to eliminate, at least reduce the potential for conflict of interest in the utilization of space and protection and management of the environment.

Keywords: Participatory Principle - Responsive - Environment – Spatial

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