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Influence Factors Rank of Customary Forest Sustainability

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: Wulandari, Christine
Conference: Commoners and the Changing Commons: Livelihoods, Environmental Security, and Shared Knowledge, the Fourteenth Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons
Location: Mt. Fuji, Japan
Conf. Date: June 3-7
Date: 2013
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/8997
Sector: Forestry
Region: East Asia
Subject(s): IASC
environmental degradation
Abstract: "Degradation a forest area in Lampung is increasing and recently around 72% of forest area has already damage. One reason the damaging of Lampung forest is squatters. One alternative for solving this problem is encouraging community surround forest to intensify their homegarden and their customary forest. Study on this matter conducted in 3 (three) customary forest in West Lampung District, namely Bakhu, Bedudu and Sukarame. This study used data on 354 respondents. Those data obtained by field study together with bio-physical observation. The socio-economic data gathered using an interview schedule and the variables that affect measured by Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) and logit models. The independent variables that used are Social Acceptability Index (SAI), Farming Index (FI), bio-physical and socio-economic factors. Specific objectives of this study are: (1) to predict the level of sustainability of the agroforestry in customary forest; and (2) to determine and rank the priority of variables that affect the sustainability of agroforestry in the customary forest. The soil fertility condition in study area is in the scale of Fair-Good and the level of community's SAI in the 3 (three) research sites is high with the score 74.92 and the level of the Farming Index (FI) is moderate with the score 65.61. While the biggest income of 72.33% respondents is in above of 3,600,000 IDR. Based on analysis results, overall, the three significant variables in the 3 (three) village by rank are Labor adequacy, Soil Nitrogen, Social Acceptability Index (SAI) and Soil Texture."

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