PENERAPAN PENGATURAN PEMBUANGAN LIMBAH MINYAK KE LAUT OLEH KAPAL TANKER DILIHAT DARI PERSPEKTIF HUKUM LINGKUNGAN DI INDONESIA

Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia

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Title PENERAPAN PENGATURAN PEMBUANGAN LIMBAH MINYAK KE LAUT OLEH KAPAL TANKER DILIHAT DARI PERSPEKTIF HUKUM LINGKUNGAN DI INDONESIA

 
Creator Permata W, Diah Okta
Gusmayanti, Irma
Sari, Ria Maya
 
Subject
Pencemaran laut; limbah; hukum lingkungan; Sea pollution; waste; environmental law



 
Description AbstrakPencemaran lingkungan laut karena minyak bumi umumnya bersumber dari kapal tanker, baik yang berasal dari tangki bahan bakar kapal itu sendiri atau minyak kotor yang terdapat di dalam kamar mesin maupun minyak sebagai kargo (muatan). Pencemaran laut dapat berdampak sangat luas terhadap segala kehidupan baik di laut maupun daratan yang terkena pencemaran, sehingga adanya pemikiran siapa yang akan memberikan ganti rugi apabila terjadi pencemaran laut perlu diatur secara jelas. Pengaturan mengenai tanggung jawab pencemaran laut bagi kapal-kapal yang mengangkut minyak sebagai muatan (tanker) terdapat dalam Civil Liability Convention 1969. Upaya pencegahan dan penanggulangan pencemaran laut telah dilakukan oleh Indonesia dengan meratifikasi beberapa konvensi internasional seperti Civil Liability Convention 1969. Bagi Negara peserta Civil Liability Convention 1969, langkah-langkah yuridis yang perlu disiapkan adalah menyusun dan menetapkan ketentuan peraturan nasional di bidang pencemaran lingkungan laut dan/atau perairan di sekitarnya, dalam hal ini ketentuan peraturan oleh masing-masing Negara peserta disesuaikan dengan kebutuhannya dengan berpegang atau berpedoman pada tatanan hukum internasional yang berlaku. AbstractThe marine environmental pollution due to oil are generally sourced from the tanker, both derived from the fuel tank of the vessels itself or dirty oil inside engine compartment and oil as cargo. Marine environmental pollution can impact very broadly against all life either in the sea or land affected by the pollution, so any thought of who would provide compensation in the event of marine environmental pollution needs to be clearly regulated. The regulation of marine environmental pollution liability for vessels that carry oil as cargo (tanker) are regulated in Civil Liability Convention 1969 (CLC 1969). The Preventions and controls of marine pollution have been made by Indonesia to ratify several international Conventions such as Civil Liability Convention 1969. For the member states of Civil Liability Convention 1969, juridical measures that need to be prepared is to compose and establish national regulations in the field of marine environmental pollution and/or the surrounding waters, in the provisions of regulation by each the member states needs to be adjusted to hold or guided by existing international legal order.

 
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/8
 
Source Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia; Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Februari; 155-180
Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia; Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Februari; 155-180
2655-9099
2655-514X
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://jhli.icel.or.id/index.php/jhli/article/view/8/9
 
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