This Regulation, consisting of 19 articles divided into four Chapters, regulates the Cooperation of Use of Forest Zones for Supporting Food Security. Purpose and objectives of this Regulation are: promoting cooperation in the use of forest areas to support food security as a reference for cooperating in the implementation of food crops and livestock development efforts to ensure the achievement of national food production, by applying the principles of good forestry governance.
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Library ResourceRegulationsOctober, 2016Indonesia
Library ResourceRegulationsSeptember, 2014Indonesia
This Government Regulation, consisting of 47 articles divided into nine Chapters, implements Law No. 32 of 2009 on Protection and Environmental Management, and aims at protecting and managing Peatlands ecosystems. Planning of Peatland Ecosystem Protection and Management is done through the following stages: 1. Peatland Ecosystem inventory; 2. Determination of the function of the Peat Ecosystem; and 3. Drafting and establishing the Peatland Ecosystem Protection and Management plan.
Library ResourceRegulationsDecember, 2016Indonesia
This Government Regulation amends several articles of Government Regulation of the R.I. No. 71 of 2014 on Protection and Management of Ecosystem of Peat lands. Amendments deal with several aspects of the above mentioned Regulation, such as: requirements, definitions of Peat ecosystem which is a peat element structure which is an integral whole that affects each other in shaping the balance, stability, productivity, etc. Hydrological Unity Peat is a peat ecosystem located between two rivers, between rivers and seas and/or on swamps.
Library ResourceLegislationIndonesia, Asia, South-Eastern Asia
This Law, consisting of XIII Chapters, regulates the structure, rights and obligation and other requirements of a village and traditional village. The Village is a unit of community that has boundaries with the authority to regulate and manage the affairs of government, the interests of local communities based on community initiatives, the right of the origin, and/or traditional rights recognized and respected in the system of government of the Republic of Indonesia.This Law is divided as follows: General Provisions (Chap. I); Position and Type of Village (Chap.
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