Sustainable forest management lessons are part of millennials’ care to understand the dynamics of natural resource management today.
Sustainability itself is a science that summarizes various disciplines in carrying out natural resource management activities.
Implementation of the concept of sustainability usually considers many factors. These factors consist of environmental, social and economic elements. Sustainability is the ability to maintain these three main factors and maintain good relations with decision makers at the country level.
Many parties are aware that the sustainability of production and the guarantee of the supply of livelihood sources are important needs that need to be prioritized in their implementation.
The dynamics of forest management in our region are quite high. forestry in Indonesia is varied. A large number of stakeholders makes the management process will require several stages to get a solid consolidated voices.
Gathering the opinions and inputs of stakeholders who have various perspectives is not a simple job. Indonesia has a lot of potential resources among scientists and practitioners. Many academics provide theoretical and practical input at the field level for the management of forest resources which is quite complex.
It takes separate work to make decisions that represent the most votes from the various stakeholders. The decision-making process requires hearings and high patience so that the voices conveyed are truly representative and can contribute to forestry development that has a positive impact.
The forest management area in our region has learned democracy lessons and the voices of stakeholders must be heard proportionally.
Here, young people need to know the politics of forest management in Indonesia, which is combined with sustainable management practices that are based on ideal theories and realities on the ground.
due to the active participation of various parties. For example, the introduction of knowledge and traditional wisdom related to sound forest management in Tropical countries.
The many interests in forest management cause the process of identifying forest resources and their stakeholders to be one of the important processes in management.
Government Plays Role in Sustainable Forest Management
The government, the private sector, and other stakeholder groups play different roles. The private sector, for example, obtains a permit from the Government to carry out sustainable forest management in the hope of contributing to national development
Contributions to national development usually use indicators of the economic value of forest resources. It is undeniable that currently Indonesia’s forestry development still adheres to the value of timber forest resources. Timber Forest Products are still the main priority in our forestry development.