Strategy of Marine Environmental Management at Bintan Waters

Mujahidawati Mujahidawati, Ackmad Fahrudin, Mennofatria Boer, I Wayan Nurjaya

Abstract


Sustainable management has been becoming a global development mainstream. The concept of sustainable development has become a middle way towards development and environment, as well as coastal and marine resources management. Various development activities at marine sectors such as : captured fisheries, marine tourism, sea transportation etc, shall always cause influence and stress towards resources and environment. Management is defined as systematic and planned effort which is conducted to ensure the sustainability of a program or activity.  The approach of AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process) analysis is aimed to  obtain a strategic marine environmental management priority. From the result of analysis, priorities for actors/stakeholders were obtained in managing marine environmental of Bintan Waters in order to prevent the marine pollution caused by oil spill sequentially as follows : Regional Government (0.497),  NGO (0.246), Universities (0.121), Local Community (0.076) and Tour Management (0.060).

First priority related to Marine Environmental Resources Utilization Criteria at Bintan Waters is captured fisheries (0.540), second priority is tourism (0.297) and third priority is sea transportation (0.163). First priority on marine environmental resources utilization criteria at Bintan Waters is Coordination Improvement among Related Institutions with score of 0.630, second priority is Monitoring Improvement of Pollution Control with score of 0.218 and third priority is Technology Improvement of Pollution Control with score of  0.151.


Keywords


Analytic Hierarchy Process; pollution; sustainable management.

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