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Journal : Constitutional Review

Green Development Rights For Optimizing Urban Area And Coastal Areas In Indonesia (Consitency Of The State Of The Doctrine Of The Right To Control The State) Handayani, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi
Constitutional Review Vol 2, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31078/consrev213

Abstract

The green development right paradigm will elaborate the ontology (nature), and the ways or methods in order to achieve the ultimate goal of the green development right. This ultimate goal will be focused on the creation of the  ideal maritime systems that may guarantee all related parties, such as individual, society, or community, private sectors and the government, to convert their potentials to be functional towards public welfare. The core elements of the green development right will emphasizes the series of norms in managing the coastal and frontline island potentials. The normative framework covers Environmental Law, Fishery Law, and Coastal Law. The research methods use an empirical approach and normative approach. The study documents the analysis consists  of constitutions, legislation and various policies relating to the subject matter studied in Indonesia area and the problems it faces and  report the results of  the various meetings, seminars, public hearings.