The objective of this course is to motivate student to question history and authority, expand student view of race, gender, class and the environmental to a global scale and perspective. Since the linking of social and environmental justice movement is relatively young this course will be an exciting opportunity to work as a group to clarify and promote the issues surrounding the environmental justice movement.

Mata kuliah ini juga dirancang untuk memahami perkembangan kebijakan dan hukum penyelenggaraan pengelolaan SDA & lingkungan hidup dalam rangka pembangunan berkelanjutan yang berwawasan lingkungan  pada norma hukum dengan memperhatikan tingkat kesadaran masyarakat dan perkembangan lingkungan global serta perangkat hukum internasional yang berkaitan dengan SDA &  lingkungan hidup.  Menelaah tentang  peraturan perundangan yang bersangkutan, yang tumbuh dan berkembang sesuai dengan masalah-masalah lingkungan yang aktual untuk memperoleh cara pengaturan dan implementasinya yang tepat serta  menjawab tantangan-tantangan pada era otonomi daerah dan era globalisasi.

 

Referensi:

1.    Bowen, William. 2002. “An Analytical Review of Environmental Justice Research: What do we really know?” Environmental Management 29 (1): 3-15.

2.    Brechen S., P. Wilshuen, C. Fortwangler, P. West. 2003. “The Road Less Traveled: Towards Nature Protection with Social Justice.” In Contested Nature: Promoting International Biodiversity with Social Justice in the Twenty-firth Century. S. Brechen, P. Wilshuen, C. Fortwangler, P. West, eds, pp 251-270. Albany: State University of New York Press.

3.    Brechen, P. Wilshuen, C. Fortwangler, P. West, eds. 2003. Contested Nature: Promoting International Biodiversity with Social Justice in the Twenty-first Century. Albany: State University of New York Press.

4.    Fortwangler, C. 2003 “Incorporating Social Justice and Human Rights into Protected Area Policies”. In Contested Nature: Promoting International Biodiversity with Social Justice in the Twenty-firth Century. S. Brechen, P. Wilshuen, C. Fortwangler, P. West, eds, pp 25-40. Albany: State University of New York Press.

5.    Keck, M. 1995. ‘Social Equity and Environmental Politics in Brazil: Lessons from the Rubber Tappers of Acre” Comparative Politics 27 (4): 409-424.

6.    Pellow, David. 2000. “Environmental Inequality Formation,” American Behavioral Scientist 43(4): 581-601.

7.    Peluso, Nancy Lee, 2000. “Coercing Conservation?: The Politics of State Resource Control” Global Environmental Change 3:2 (June):199-218.

8.    Szasz, Andres and Michael Meusser. 2000. “Unintended, Inexorable: The Production of Environmental Inequalities in Santa Clara County, California,” American Behavioral Scientist 43(4): 602-632.

10.  Taylor, Dorceta. 2000. Advances in Environmental Justice: Research, Theory, and Methodology. American Behavioral Scientist 43(4): 602-632

 

Benchmarking: Tropical Resources Institute. Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. YALE UNIVERSITY.

 

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