FROM FISHERIES CONSERVATION TO COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY (STUDY ON BENGKULU GOVERNMENTS POLICY ON FISHERIES)

Septaria, Ema (2013) FROM FISHERIES CONSERVATION TO COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY (STUDY ON BENGKULU GOVERNMENTS POLICY ON FISHERIES). In: Program Book The Dynamic Interaction Between People and Ecosystems for the Future of Human Sustainability. Fakultas Hukum Universitas Bengkulu, Bengkulu.

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Abstract

Bengkulu, which is located in the western coast of Sumaka and is adjci*ing krdian Ocearr with an area of 12335.20P,mZ seq has higfr levetrs of hiodivrsity thus it ircludd in one of Mega Biodiversity. However, some species are endangered and fishing economic level in general is still low. This is due to the rampant of illegal fishing, lack of disciplines from fishery community in conductingtheir activities (such as dockingand sellingnot on the design*ted places, umegistered fleets). This writing began from field $rveys irl the coastal town of Bengkulu, but problem raised is herr loe*l gcvernrnent pclicies in ruanege these issues. This paper used norrnative juridical rnethod with literature se*rches and statute approaches. Interview with officials from the Ministry of Marine and Fisheries is conducted as a complement. Results of the writing shows the government's policies on fisheries can be found in Act on ratification of UNCLOS in 1982; Act on Waters, Act on Biodiversity; Act on Fisheries; Regslation of the Minister of Marine Affairs and FisheiesNo. PER.S5/h{EFrII20C& en Fisheries Capture Etrsiness. These rcts have lead ta the sustainable use of fisheries. Unfertwrately, FIi€y a* obXigation tc anehor in PPI and on registry for small fishing fleets, for which fisheries act mandate{ are still not found in Bengkulu. Suggestion; despite the absence of policy, the Government of Bengkulu as an inherent part of Indonesia should be fully aware that Indonesia is bound to UNCLOS 1982 aad UNIA 1995, clso Code of Co*rduet fcr Reryonsible Fisheries, re the m@$IlIEs take* cert lead to respccsible cranag€msrt, thls sust*i*able frslleries maeageme*t can be achieved.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law > Department of Law Science
Depositing User: 021 Nanik Rahmawati
Date Deposited: 27 Feb 2014 15:33
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2014 11:47
URI: http://repository.unib.ac.id/id/eprint/6540

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