Social Movement in Community Forest Carbon (A Case Study Yayasan Orangutan Indonesia’s Social Movement for REDD+ in Central Kalimantan)
This research aims to describe :
(1) process of establisment Yayorin’s social movement,
(2) the latest issues about REDD+ (Reducing Emmisions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) which contribute to Yayorin’s social movement,
(3) internal and external barrier in Yayorin’s social movement at
Tanjung Terantang village.
This study belongs to a descriptive qualitative research using case study as its strategy. The sampling technique used was proposive sampling. While techniques of collecting data used were observation, interview, and documentation. Data validition was done using source and methodological triagulation. Techniques of analyzing data used was an interactive model.Based on the results of this study concluded that: 1) Yayorin’s social movement formed by two concepts. That is political context and mobilizing structure which result CFC (Community Forest Carbon) programme. Tanjung Terantang village as one of target area of that programme.
2) The aim of CFC programme are to save area and the Sungai Lamandau Wildlife Reserve’s buffer zone with their biodiversity and urge the people to manage forests sustainability through model HKm and REDD+. Therefore, the action of Yayorin’s social movement is to do the formation of Mawar Bersemi and Setia Kawan as community forest (HKm) group and proponent group.
3) In their movement, there are also internal and external barrier on the conditions organizational, physical
and political, such as lack of venture capital, there is a crisis of trust between the members of the group, and has yet to issue a letter of recommendation IUPHKm (business lisence community forest management) of Kotawaringin Barat Regency.
keywords : Yayorin’s social movement, Community Forest Carbon (CFC),
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation
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