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Volume 7, Number 3 / June issue 2021
Vent Christway, Petrus S. Senas, Abdul Mukti, Yetrie Ludang, Andrie Elia, Firlianty
Sustainable community empowerment in coal mining business in Kapuas Regency, Central Kalimantan
Abstract

Coal mining activities in general include land clearing, benching system, material handling, hauling, reclamation and post-mining. Mining activities certainly have the potential to have a negative impact on the community and the surrounding environment. In addition, mining activities can cause changes in landscape and land use changes. Changes in land function are one of the consequences of mining activities that will have an impact on the welfare of the surrounding community who have long relied on the potential of natural resources where these activities are located. The people in the Kapuas area around the mining area are people with homogeneous tendencies in livelihoods and education. In this condition of the community, the company and local government have the responsibility to provide protection to the community around the mine by making development policies that favor the community through priority development programs and community empowerment.
Keywords: coal mining, business, community, empowerment, sustainable

Cite this article:
Vent Christway, Petrus S. Senas, Abdul Mukti, Yetrie Ludang, Andrie Elia, Firlianty. Sustainable community empowerment in coal mining business in Kapuas Regency, Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, 158-170.


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