The Partnership has the same path and goal as sustainability, it may be directly aligned. Some of the partnership activities carried out in the past are related to what is happening now. Partnerships in natural resource management, especially forest management, generate mutual agreement, and mutual understanding of the importance of pursuing the path to Sustainable Resources Management.
The habit of partnership and the spirit of partnership are usually developed since we received education in higher education. At that time, the attitude and ethics of entrepreneurship were learned and studied together as a capital for socialization. Partnering is closely related to our ability to work with teams [teamwork] and understand each other between members in partnership. Partnering means trying to understand each other in the context of the collaboration being carried out.
However, there are also types of “partnerships” that are not aligned and even lead to disharmony. What kind of these partnerships? Can we still call these “partnerships”?
See also Organizational Ethics and what this links to Sustainability
More on Partnership and Sustainability
05 December 2019
Partnership is the key to successful natural resource management. Actors at the multi-scale, field or practitioner level, at the national and international levels, either individually or in groups, as government, non-government or private, determine the issue of current and future use of natural resources.
That is the conclusion of the panel discussion “Partnership in Sustainable Landscape Management in South Sumatra as a Model for Climate Action” which was held at the Indonesian Pavilion in the Climate Change Conference (COP25 Madrid) on Thursday, December 5, 2019 hosted by Soeryo Adiwibowo, Senior Advisor to the Minister of Environment and Forestry
Partnerships, to mobilize the means and means necessary to implement this Agenda through a global partnership for stronger sustainable development, based on a spirit of strengthened global solidarity, focused on the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable and with the participation of all countries, all stakeholders and every one. SDG Bappenas
Sample of research that was carried out with the aim of 1) identifying forms of community participation in ecotourism activities in Hukurila Country,
Mount Sirimau Protected Forest Area, 2) Analyze stakeholder engagement with the community in building partnerships for the development of ecotourism in Hukurila Country.
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