Mengukur Aliran Informasi dan Tata Kelola Hutan yang Baik: Studi Kasus Gerakan Nasional Rebosisasi dan Rehabilitasi Lahan (Gerhan) di Indonesia

Herry Purnomo

Abstract

It is becoming increasingly clear that sustainable forest management is contingent on good forest governance, by which we mean the rules under which power is exercised for the management  of forest resources, and which determine the nature of relationships between the state and its citizens. These relationships can be characterized as social networks, with information forming the life-blood mediating the development of these networks and the social capital that resides in them. Information flow is defined here narrowly as the movement of information ‘objects’ from a point of origin to a ‘target’ user over time. This research is a case-study of the flow of information among stakeholders and the influence of these flows on the power of those stakeholders within the National Forest and Land Rehabilitation Program (GERHAN) in Indonesia. Information imbalances within the GERHAN program have tended, we believe, to encourage rent-seeking and free-riding behaviors, thus reducing the effectiveness of the program. We show how addressing these imbalances and improving flows of information can achieve good governance.

Authors

Herry Purnomo
h.purnomo@cgiar.org (Primary Contact)
PurnomoH. (1). Mengukur Aliran Informasi dan Tata Kelola Hutan yang Baik: Studi Kasus Gerakan Nasional Rebosisasi dan Rehabilitasi Lahan (Gerhan) di Indonesia. Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika, 11(2), 28-41. Retrieved from https://journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/jmht/article/view/2831

Article Details

Towards State Hegemony Over Agricultural Certification: From Voluntary Private to Mandatory State Regimes on Palm Oil in Indonesia

Muhammad Alif Kaimuddin Sahide, Sarah Burns, Agung Wibowo, Dodik Ridho Nurrochmat, Lukas Giessen
Abstract View : 3258
Download :1138

Socio-Ecological System within Governance of Marine Protected Area: Case from Cenderawasih Bay National Park, Indonesia

Roni Bawole, Fredinan Yulianda, Dietriech Geoffrey Bengen, Achmad Fahrudin, Mudjirahayu Mudjirahayu
Abstract View : 782
Download :1678