Development Model For Sustainable Rubber Plantation Small Holders In Riau Province

Nurhamlin, (2018) Development Model For Sustainable Rubber Plantation Small Holders In Riau Province. In: Open society conference, social and political challenges in industrial revolution 4.0 (BNBB), 15 November 2018, UTCC.

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Natural rubber has an important role in the life of human beings. Besides maintaining the functions of environmental life, (carbon producer, land and water conservation, and fauna habitat), natural rubber can also provide socioeconomic benefits to the village community as a source of living and income. However, in the past decade, the price of natural rubber in international market has declined very significantly which has badly affected the life of the small holders. In fact, the government of Indonesia has increased its development programs for the welfare of the small holders, but to this end this effort has not yet yielded optimum results. Based on the results of the analysis of Multi Dimentional Scalling (MDS), the index of ecology sustainability is 52,96%, technology sustainability is 62,35%, economy sustainability is 60,18%, social sustainability is 53,62%, and institution sustainability is 20,73%. Therefore, the structuring of the small holders institution is expected to be able to empower them to compete so that they can improve their welfare sustainably in the future.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Additional Information (ID): ocs-2018-25.pdf
Uncontrolled Keywords: Rubber of people, sustainable
Subjects: 600 Technology and Applied Sciences > 630-639 Agriculture and Related Technologies (Pertanian dan Teknologi yang Berkaitan) > 633 Field and Plantation Crops (Tanaman Persawahan dan Tanaman Perkebunan)
Divisions: Prosiding Seminar > Seminar Nasional FHISIP-UT 2018
Depositing User: CR Cherrie Rachman
Date Deposited: 11 Feb 2019 07:44
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2019 07:27

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