E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 6, 2023

Evaluation of Environmental Policy Implementation in Bandar Lampung City: Case Study of Green Open Space and Waste Problems

Author(s): Fadel Aliemsyah Darmawan, Susana Indriyati Caturiani, Suripto


Currently, there are instruments developed by the central government, namely fiscal transfers to regions and village funds which actually provide opportunities for regions to be able to solve environmental problems more optimally. However, this concept has not yet provided an optimal contribution to environmental conservation. At the same time, the preservation of biodiversity and the environment is an effort to achieve the SDGs targets in Indonesia, especially in Lampung Province. The purpose of this study is to describe the urgency of the ecological aspect as a consideration for strengthening fiscal transfers to the regions. The research method used is descriptive qualitative by searching for information related to ecological-based fiscal transfer policies. The results of the study indicate the urgency of an ecologically based fiscal transfer policy. First, strengthening the capacity of local governments in preserving ecological functions in an effort to realize sustainable development. Second, support the government's strategic program in low-carbon development. Third, improve the welfare of the people living around and within forest areas, who have been marginalized by economic growth-oriented development. Fourth, strengthen the function of fiscal policy and governance that is oriented towards environmental preservation.

Keywords: Fiscal Transfer Policy, Environment, Sustainable Development

Pages: 219-227

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