PERAN HUKUM DI INDONESIA DALAM PENANGGULANGAN DAMPAK PERUBAHAN IKLIM

Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia

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Title PERAN HUKUM DI INDONESIA DALAM PENANGGULANGAN DAMPAK PERUBAHAN IKLIM

 
Creator Amelina, Fitri
 
Subject
Perubahan Iklim; Indonesia; Penegakan Hukum; Climate Change; Indonesia; Law Enforcement



 
Description AbstrakPerubahan iklim telah menjadi permasalahan global yang memberikan dampak pasti dan tidak terelakan lagi di tingkat regional maupun internasional. Meningginya permukaan air laut, mencairnya es di kutub, sampai kerugian ekonomi di wilayah Pasifik sebagaimana dilansir oleh Asian Development Bank di tahun 2013. Meningkatnya pemanasan global dan produksi gas rumah kaca memberikan ancaman tersendiri untuk pembangunan berkelanjutan. Adanya komitmen warga dunia dalam menjalin kerja sama guna menekan produksi gas rumah kaca dan menanggulangi dampak perubahan iklim dapat dilihat dari beberapa instrumen internasional terkait hal tersebut yang secara bertahap telah dihasilkan dan diemplementasikan. Adanya kerja sama dari negara-negara maju sebagai penyumbang gas emisi terbanyak dengan negara-negara berkembang seharusnya mampu menghasilkan kolaborasi yang cukup baik dalam upaya penanganan dampak perubahan iklim. Indonesia, dalam hal ini sesuai dengan prinsip common but differentiated responsibilities turut serta dalam upaya penanganan perubahan iklim dengan ratifikasi perjanjian internasional, implementasi melalui satuan petugas khusus di bidang perubahan iklim, dan penegakan hukum dalam upaya melestarikan lingkungan. AbstractClimate change has become a global problem and has certain and uninevitable impacts globally or internationally. Sea level rising, ice melting in the pole or even economic damages in Pacific region released by 2013 Asian Development Bank. Increasing of global warming and greenhouse gasses production provide a separate threat to sustainable development. The commitment of the worldwide community to cooperate in order to reduce the production of greenhouse gasses and mitigate the impact of climate change could be seen from several international instruments related to it has gradually produced and implemented. The cooperation of the developed countries as the largest contributor to the emissions and developing countries should be able to produce a pretty good collaboration in efforts to address climate change impacts. Indonesia, in this case in accordance with the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities to participate in efforts to address climate change with the ratification of international treaties, the implementation through a special unit of officers in the field of climate change, and law enforcement in an effort to preserve the environment.

 
Publisher INDONESIAN CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
 
Contributor

 
Date 2020-02-25
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion



 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://jhli.icel.or.id/index.php/jhli/article/view/9
 
Source Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia; Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Februari; 181-197
Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia; Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Februari; 181-197
2655-9099
2655-514X
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://jhli.icel.or.id/index.php/jhli/article/view/9/10
 
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