Sustainable management of teak plantation forest by local farmers in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Yosep Monim, Nur Rahmah, Kamaruzaman Jusoff, Heliawaty, Anas Nikoyan, Ilham Yamin Ismail, Meisanti, Zakiah Uslinawaty, Hartina Batoa

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From the implementation point of view, the sustainable management of the teak forest was implemented based on the principle management of teak forests by applying the ecolabel system. This approach is an alternative to the management of teak plantation forest by the local community as the main beneficiary. However, the shortcoming of the internal institutional group decreases the productivity of collective labour members and efforts to build cooperation with others. Comprehensive understanding is needed for the continuity of the institution as a system having a contingency against the strategic dynamical environment of politics and economics. In addition, the basic theory comprising of system (S), contigency (CO), politics (P) and economics (E) known as SCOPE has been well incorporated and discussed into the system. The benefit of SCOPE is to share all contributions from multi parties in the form of resource, organization and norms (RON).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)105-111
Number of pages7
JournalWorld Applied Sciences Journal
Issue number26
Publication statusPublished - 2013


  • Community
  • Ecolabelling
  • Institutional sustainability
  • Teak forests


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