E3S Web Conf.
Volume 68, 2018The 1st Sriwijaya International Conference on Environmental Issues 2018 (1st SRICOENV 2018)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Reducing Global Warning Effect|
|Published online||27 November 2018|
Integrative Law Enforcement about Tin Mining Reclamation Responsibility at Bangka Belitung Island.
1 Department of Law, Faculty of Law, Bangka Belitung University – Indonesia
2 Department of Law, Faculty of Law, Bangka Belitung University – Indonesia
3 Department of Law, Faculty of Law, Bangka Belitung University – Indonesia
Tins mining at Belitung Island had been started since 17th century, since the era of British colonialism, Dutch, Japan invasion until independence era and nowadays, tins exploitation still exists. Tins mining activities make an impact to living environment condition in Belitung island. Hundreds holes of tins exploration called “kolong” (pit) can be found easily. In good mining practice context and mining regulation, tins mining exploitation should be ended with reclamation, so, the impact of environmental damage could be minimize. But, in implementation there are many problem, such as neglect of reclamation obligation, minimum realization, wrong perception about reclamation guarantee, the results of the reclamation that being mined again, and lack of supervisions. This research focused to analyze some of those problems in a integrative law enforcement framework. This research is a qualitative research with primary data and secondary data. The data collection techniques are through literature study and interviews with related stakeholder, and also do observations at reclamation sites. This research show that reclamation responsibilities Implementation’s problems caused by many factors, and through integrative law enforcement approach focused on three study’s components, which is legal substance, legal structure components, and legal culture components can encourage tins mining reclamation at Belitung Island in line with good mining practice principle and sustainable development with environmentally conception.
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