28 September 2009

[sobat-hutan] Fw: Memahami Kota Sebagai Suatu Sistem Ekologis

 

Di manakah tempatku? Di dalam kosmoskah? Ironisnya, untuk menjawab pertanyaan itu, manusia melepaskan diri dari alam sehingga ia tidak bisa lagi mengatakan, 'Aku adalah bagian dari dunia dan dikelilingi olehnya' (Max Scheler, 1928: 88-89).

 

Silah Baca Paper Karlina Supelli "Kota dan Alam".  dalam Serial Kuliah Umum "Philosophy in the City" kerjasama Goethe-Institut Jakarta dan STF Driyarkara, Jakarta, 20 Agustus 2009.

 

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http://lenteradiatasbukit.blogspot.com/2009/09/memahami-kota-sebagai-suatu-sistem.html

 



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24 September 2009

[sobat-hutan] Seminar Nasional dan Pameran nasional pembangunan pertanian di Papua [2 Attachments]

 
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Dear All
Diberitahukan kepada semua kolega, teman, rekan kerja, sahabat, rekan - rekan milis, bapak, ibu, saudara -saudari .

Akan diadakan seminar nasional dan pameran pembangunan pertanian di tanah PAPUA Kerja sama Forum Wacana Mahasiswa Pascasarjana IPB dan Ikatan Mahasiswa Papuadi Bogor

dengan tema " Solusi Cerdas Membangun Perekonomian Rakyat Berbasis Komoditi Lokal di tanah Papua"

Acara seminar sekaligus pameran ini akan diselegarakan pada tanggal 2 dan 3 oktober bertempat di Gedung Graha Widya wisuda Kampus IPB Dramaga Bogor Jawa Barat.

Keynote Speech
1. Laksamana Madya (Purn). Freddy numberi (Menteri Kelautan dan Perikanan RI)
2. Dr. Ir. Anton Apriyantono, MS (Menteri Pertanian RI)
3. H.M.S. Kaban, SE.,M.Si (Menteri kehutanan RI)
4. Ir. Paskah Suseta (Menteri BAPPENAS RI)

Nara Sumber

1.Wakil Bupati Jayapura (Zadrak Wamebu, SH., MM)
2.Lembaga Sagu Suaka Alam Papua (Nicolass Maniagasi)
3.Ketua umum Pendayagunaan Sagu Indonesia(Prof. Dr. Ir. Nadirman Haska)
4.PT. Freeport Indonesia (Drs. August Kafiar, MA)
5.WWF Indonesia(Ir.Ian Kosasih,M.Sc)
6.CIFOR Indonesia
7.Tokoh Masyarakat (Drs. Simon P. Morin)
8.Himpunan Keluarga Tani Indonesia (Prof. Dr. Bungaran Saragih, M. Ec)
9.Guru Besar Ilmu Perikanan IPB (Prof. Dr. Ir. Tridoyo Kusumastanto)
10.Guru besar agronomi Perkebunan IPB(Prof. Dr. Ir. Endang Gumbira)
12.Guru besar ilmu teknologi pertanian IPB(Prof. Dr. Ir. Bambang Pramudya)
13.Rektor UNCEN (Prof. Dr. B. Kambuaya, MBA)
14.Rektor IPB (Dr. Ir. Hery Suhardiyanto, M.Sc)
15.Rektor UNIPA (Ir. Y.P. Karafir, M.Ec)
16.Gubernur Provinsi Papua (Barnabas Suebu, SH)
17.Gubernur Provinsi Papua Barat (Brigjen (Purn). TNI(Abraham O. Ataruri)
18.Wakil Ketua Majelis Rakyat Papua (MRP)(Ir. Frans A. Wospakrik,M.Sc)

Sasaran peserta dalam kegitan seminar adalah :
1. Bupati dan Walikota se Tanah Papua
2. Kepala BAPPEDA Provinsi,Kab, Kota se tanah Papua
3. Kepala Dinas Pertanian,Kehutanan, Perkebunan,Perikanan se Tanah Papua
4. Mahasiswa IPB
5. Mahasiswa universitas lain selain IPB
6. Para Praktisi usaha dibidang pertanian,kehutana periakanan.
7. Lembaga Sosial Masyarakat

Fasilitas bagi peserta :
Seminar kid
sertifikat
Makan 2 kali sehari
coffee break 2 kali
Buku dari Pembicara
Bagi peserta dari luar daerah, Panitia akan membantu menginformasikan dan memesankan penginapan atau hotel.

Biaya Seminar:
mahasiswa
S0 dan S1 : Rp 25.000,00
S2 dan S3 : Rp 50.000,00

Umum : Rp 100.000,00
Dapat ditransfer pada Bank BRI Rekening atas nama Panitia Semnas Pemb. Pertanian di PApua
no Rek 0595-01-007847-50-7
bagi peserta yang sudah mengirim dan mendaftar dapat menunjukan slip pembayaran pada panitia pada saat registrasi peserta .

Bagi Instansi yang mau mengikut serta dalam pameran , akan disediakan bilik ukuran 2 x 3 meter , dengan biaya Rp 200.000,00 untuk 2 hari .

untuk konfirmasi lebih lanjut dapat menghubungi
Fredy Sitorus 085213430204
Frans Yekusamon 081315021050
Zakeus Rumpedai 085218250006

Salam Hangat dari Panitia

Fredy Sitorus
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23 September 2009

Re: [sobat-hutan] Info Pelatihan Lingkungan

 

Terima kasih atas undangannya, namun bagi pers apa dipungut biaya juga? tks
--- On Tue, 15/9/09, Hijrah P Putra <bc000129@yahoo.com> wrote:

From: Hijrah P Putra <bc000129@yahoo.com>
Subject: [sobat-hutan] Info Pelatihan Lingkungan
To: "Himmpas UGM" <himmpas_ugm@yahoogroups.com>, "Hiperkes UNS Solo" <hyperkes_91@yahoogroups.com>, "HMTL Indonesia" <hmtl_indonesia@yahoogroups.com>, "HMTL ITB" <hmtl_itb@yahoogroups.com>, "HRD Yogya" <HRD-Yogya@yahoogroups.com>, "Sobat Hutan" <sobat-hutan@yahoogroups.com>, "Tangkas Hadi Ramandhika" <rama_asoy@yahoo.com>
Date: Tuesday, 15 September, 2009, 12:52 PM

 

Disampaikan dengan hormat bahwa Center for Environmental Technology Study (CETS) Jurusan Teknik Lingkungan, Fakultas Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta bermaksud menyelenggarakan Agenda Pelatihan pada bulan Oktober - Desember 2009 dengan rincian sebagai berikut :

 

No

Jenis Pelatihan

Tanggal Pelaksanaan

Biaya

1

Metode Analisis Kualitas Air

19 - 22 Oktober 2009

Rp. 3.000.000,-

2

Pengelolaan Persampahan berbasis Masyarakat

3 - 5 November 2009

Rp. 2.000.000,-

3

Metode Sampling Kualitas Air

16 - 19 November 2009

Rp. 3.500.000,-

4

Penyusunan Status Lingkungan Hidup

2 - 5 Desember 2009

Rp. 3.000.000,-

5

Penyusunan Baku Mutu Lingkungan

14 - 17 Desember 2009

Rp. 3.000.000,-

 

Info lebih lengkap mengenai silabus pelatihan, cara pendaftaran serta formulir pendaftaran dapat dilihat di website kami www.cets-uii. org

 

Atau menghubungi perwakilan CETS

Hijrah P. Putra

081 227 5151 52

 

Terima kasih atas perhatiannya

 

Center for Environmental Technology Study

Jurusan Teknik Lingkungan

Universitas Islam Indonesia

Jl. Kaliurang Km. 14,4 Sleman - Yogyakarta

Telp. (0274) 896440 ext. 3210

Fax. (0274) 895330

Website : www.cets-uii. org

Email : cets.tluii@yahoo. com



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16 September 2009

[sobat-hutan] 2009-10 UNEP Sasakawa Prize nominations open

 

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Subject: [binabud] 2009-10 UNEP Sasakawa Prize nominations open

 

FYI, Devin

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2009-10 UNEP Sasakawa Prize nominations open
Theme: Green Solutions to Combat Climate Change
Each year the UNEP Sasakawa Prize honors a deserving laureate in the sustainable development field. Aside from the prestigious title, the winning
laureate also receives a cash prize of $200,000 to enable the growth and
replication of their groundbreaking initiatives. With a different theme each
year, the Prize highlights sustainable and replicable work being done around
the world. In a year that will see global leaders meet in Copenhagen for the
most important climate conference since 1997, the UNEP Sasakawa Prize will
accept nominations within the theme: Green Solutions to Combat Climate Change.
Projects that promote adaptation and mitigation through clean energy and clean
technologies, including waste reduction, management and recycling; rural
energy, including renewables and sustainable biomass; ecosystem management to
help build adaptive capacity and resilience to the inevitable impacts of
climate change are some of the areas of work that can be submitted for the
Prize.
These projects should already be in implementation and preferably benefiting developing economies, particularly the rural communities.

Nominations for the 2009-10 UNEP Sasakawa Prize will be accepted from 1 August
- 30 September.
http://www.unep. org/sasakawa/ nomination. asp

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15 September 2009

[sobat-hutan] Re: [mediacare] Pertamina Admits 5,000-Barrel Oil Spill In Indonesia's Kutai National Park + The Fight Over the Natural Wealth ....

 

Jadi hutan di Taman Nasional Kutai bakal dibabat oleh Pertamina?
 
 
Wah bahaya tuh
 
 
salam,
 
 
radityo
 
 
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----- Original Message -----
From: sunny
Sent: Monday, September 14, 2009 3:16 PM
Subject: [mediacare] Pertamina Admits 5,000-Barrel Oil Spill In Indonesia's Kutai National Park + The Fight Over the Natural Wealth ....

 

 
September 15, 2009

Kafil Yamin

Pertamina Admits 5,000-Barrel Oil Spill In Indonesia's Kutai National Park

 

Indonesia's state oil and gas producer PT Pertamina is negotiating to compensate farmers in East Kalimantan whose land was tainted by a previously undisclosed oil spill at a well in Kutai National Park, where the company has a concession.

The company said the spill, estimated by an official as the equivalent of 5,000 barrels of crude oil, occurred last month when a storage tank overflowed, but Pertamina did not announce the incident until contacted by the Jakarta Globe on Monday.

The company began negotiating with local farmers living inside the park, apparently illegally, on the same day.

An environmental investigator in East Kalimantan told the Globe that local residents claim the oil spill originated from inside the underground well.

He said oil that flowed out damaged tracts of virgin forest in the park. Some of the oil also flowed into the Sangata River.

The investigator, who asked not to be named, estimates that thousands of animals, including rare types of fish and reptiles, would be affected by the oil spill.

Mochammad Harun, a public relations manager for Pertamina, acknowledged the environmental accident when contacted by the Globe, though he described it as a "minor leak."

"The oil spilled over from a tank and flowed into several parts of the forest and farms," he said.

"But we will restore all of the damaged parts of the forest. It will take around two or three months for the land to totally recover. As for the affected farms, we will offer compensation for every lost tree. We won't compensate for land because it belongs to the park."

After the spill occurred on Aug. 12, staff members from the Pertamina site fought to contain the oil, but they were unsuccessful.

People in the village of Sangkima in Sangata subdistrict, where the spill occurred, said that Pertamina told them they would be compensated on the condition that they didn't speak about the oil spill to outsiders. Syaid Ramadhan, village chief of Sangkima, said they were in talks with Pertamina over payment for their losses.

"But compensation will be about the plantations, not the land, because the land belongs to Kutai National Park," he said.

Muchlisin, a Pertamina employee in Sangata, claimed that the oil spill damaged farm areas belonging to "only 10 families."

Kutai is a haven for endangered animals such as the orangutan and rare species including the maroon leaf monkey, clouded leopard, black flying squirrel and flat-headed cat.

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September 14, 2009 .

Kafil Yamin

 

The Fight Over the Natural Wealth of Kalimantan's Kutai National Park

There are 50 national parks in the country, but not a single one is safe from trespassing, poaching and especially illegal logging. While stricter law enforcement during the last five years may have reduced the scale of timber theft, illegal occupation and illegal use of forest lands, environmental activists say it hasn't ground to a halt.

Some national parks are in critical condition from years of such assaults and face a continuous threat due to poor law enforcement, corruption and lack of coordination among the central and local governments. Among them is Kutai National Park in East Kalimantan, a conservation area for endangered and vulnerable animals and rare fauna that, environmental activists say, is in danger of being split apart for its natural resources including vast deposits of coal.

Unable to stop the increasing number of illegal squatters living inside Kutai, the Ministry of Forestry in Jakarta wants to resort to a pragmatic, albeit controversial, solution — redraw the boundaries and remove 23,712 hectares of illegally occupied land from the 200,000-hectare park.

Data from the Forestry Ministry show that the enclave is occupied by 24,339 people, many of them families.

"It's no use defending Kutai as a national park," said Wahyudin Munawir, a member of the House of Representatives, who serves on Commission VII overseeing energy and mining.

He even suggested converting the park for other uses — among them are mining concessions — a move that would require approval from the House of Representatives. Sources at the Forestry Ministry said there was growing lawmaker support for the idea.

Minister of Forestry Malam Sambat Kaban recently said he wanted to remove the illegally occupied enclave as part of Kutai as a "once and for all solution." His policy comes despite suggestions from various quarters, including the head of Kutai National Park, Tandya Tjahjana, that the best solution is to declare the occupied 23,712 hectares a special zone with rules protecting its dwellers and the rest of the park.

Conservationists accuse Kaban of having another agenda.

"That is a covert attempt to hand the land, rich with high-quality coal, to coal miners that have long been eyeing it," said Pam E Minnigh, a member of the Kutai Alliance.

Wiratno, the head of conservation area mapping and development at the Ministry of Forestry, acknowledges as much. "The coal is so visible, as it lies on the land surface. People can just fetch it by shovel or hoe," he said.

In June, a joint research team discovered coal deposits of 12 million tons under the illegal settlements. The team included geological and biological experts from the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Gajah Mada University in Yogyakarta, the Ministry of Energy, Minerals and Human Resources, and the Forestry Ministry.

The team also found the area rich in biodiversity: 903 species of flora, 79 mammals including 11 of 13 primates known to Kalimantan and 252 species of birds.

Minnigh said no one would benefit from carving out the illegally occupied enclave except for, not surprisingly, land speculators. Large tracts of land are now in the hands of groups who are ready to sell to coal miners at higher prices.

"The [local] people would get nothing," she said.

One of the major questions is how the owners could get land certificates for land that's part of a national park. Subdistrict and village administrations in the area issued letters of approval for land ownership even though they had no authority to do so.

Local politics has aggravated the situation. In 1995, Awak Farouk, then a candidate for chief of East Kutai district, pledged he would win approval for the areas as legal village administrations if he was elected.

Not surprisingly, the squatters voted for Farouk, who fulfilled his campaign promise. He approved the settlements as two subdistricts: Sangata and Teluk Pandan, comprising seven villages.

The new local administrations then started issuing land ownership certificates and built infrastructure and other public facilities. As a result, Kutai is the country's only national park to have villages, public roads, a bus terminal, gasoline stations and markets within its borders.

The illegal occupation inside the park was never challenged by the police or Armed Forces after the first generation of squatters arrived and set up camps. Many soon followed, as migration to the region was sparked by the construction of Bontang City in 1990, some 50 miles south of the national park, which needed large numbers of laborers.

Oil companies, plywood manufacturers and plantations have also become magnets for job seekers from outside.

The long presence of PT Pertamina, the state oil and gas producer, brought its own issues. The company had a 100-hectare oil drilling concession within Kutai since 1957 and has now cleared 8,000 hectares of forest for 800 oil wells, according to a recent report by the joint research team.

Its operation has not been without incidents. In August, an oil spill from a storage tank damaged nearby farmland and, according to a local environmental investigator, also flowed into the nearby Sangata River.

Even though the farmers are illegally squatting, Pertamina is negotiating to compensate them for their losses.

The combination of poor law enforcement, local politics and corruption have made the illegal settlements inside Kutai more permanent, so removing people from the national park and resettling them elsewhere would be very costly and difficult.

Slicing out the enclave from the rest of Kutai could be environmentally disastrous for the province, as well as globally.

"Kutai is the only low-land tropical rainforest that exists in Indonesia. It has a very rich biodiversity and is a home to some orangutan, [among the] most endangered species," said Moira Moeliono, a senior researcher at the Bogor-based Center for International Forestry Research.

Moira said any decision to remove the enclave from the park is a triumph for coal miners and a loss for local residents.

"The people would be kicked out, after they get a small amount of consolation compensation," she said. "Is there any mining operation that benefits people? Much less conservation?"

Agus Budiono, the former head of the national park, claims that the "once and for all" solution to remove the enclave from Kutai is related to future coal mining operations.

"Once I saw a proposal for a coal concession of 93,749 hectares within the park," he said. "This would mean that 47 percent of [Kutai] will be for coal mining."

Moira said, "Why doesn't [Kaban] dissolve it all the way? So then we don't have to have a national park."

The Kutai Alliance is lobbying the minister to declare the enclave a special zone, which they regard as a safer, fairer and more feasible solution. A recent poll shows that the majority of illegal squatters in the enclave support the special zone plan.

Under the plan, the squatters could stay and would be recognized, but must abide by regulations that aim to protect the park. Each family would be issued a hectare to cultivate while accepting that the land belongs to the park. They would be barred from transferring control of the land without the approval of the park's administration.

The plan has won the support of conservation groups and academics, but when it was presented to Kaban last August, the minister was noncommittal.

Minnigh from Kutai Alliance said converting the occupied enclave to coal mining or other commercial uses "would be suicide" for the region because Kutai is the only water source for that part of East Kalimantan.

"Bontang will suffer severe water shortages," she said. "Of course, East Kalimantan and maybe the world will lose its high value biodiversity wealth."

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14 September 2009

[sobat-hutan] Info Pelatihan Lingkungan

 

Disampaikan dengan hormat bahwa Center for Environmental Technology Study (CETS) Jurusan Teknik Lingkungan, Fakultas Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta bermaksud menyelenggarakan Agenda Pelatihan pada bulan Oktober - Desember 2009 dengan rincian sebagai berikut :

 

No

Jenis Pelatihan

Tanggal Pelaksanaan

Biaya

1

Metode Analisis Kualitas Air

19 - 22 Oktober 2009

Rp. 3.000.000,-

2

Pengelolaan Persampahan berbasis Masyarakat

3 - 5 November 2009

Rp. 2.000.000,-

3

Metode Sampling Kualitas Air

16 - 19 November 2009

Rp. 3.500.000,-

4

Penyusunan Status Lingkungan Hidup

2 - 5 Desember 2009

Rp. 3.000.000,-

5

Penyusunan Baku Mutu Lingkungan

14 - 17 Desember 2009

Rp. 3.000.000,-

 

Info lebih lengkap mengenai silabus pelatihan, cara pendaftaran serta formulir pendaftaran dapat dilihat di website kami www.cets-uii.org

 

Atau menghubungi perwakilan CETS

Hijrah P. Putra

081 227 5151 52

 

Terima kasih atas perhatiannya

 

Center for Environmental Technology Study

Jurusan Teknik Lingkungan

Universitas Islam Indonesia

Jl. Kaliurang Km. 14,4 Sleman - Yogyakarta

Telp. (0274) 896440 ext. 3210

Fax. (0274) 895330

Website : www.cets-uii.org

Email : cets.tluii@yahoo.com


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