Politics, Environment, and
Sustainability
Speakers
Iqbal Novramadani (13210063)
M. Zikri Arfah (13210117)
Nisa Refika (10611010)
Indah Pertiwi (10611029)
Jarot...
Why you
need
to listen?
Countryside
Big City
Enterprise The Big Picture Government
Environment People
National Power Index
Political System
Subtopic Speaker
What is the role of government in making the transition to more
sustainable societies?
Iqbal Novramada...
Role of Government to More
Sustainable Societies
government is “the temporary
of political system”, who make ...
http://jdih.menlh.go.id/
Policy Life Cycle
does not always allow for quick
solutions
Certain Principles
Guide in Making Environmental Policy
1. Humility
2. Reversibility
3. Net Energy
4. Precautionary
5. Prevention
6. Polluter-pay
7. Environmental Justice
Role of Environmental Law in Dealing
with Environmental Problems
• A policy states the goals of the government
• Laws set out standards, procedures and
principles that must be followed.
Environmental Law Forms the Basis for
Environmental Policy
• Environmental law is a body of laws and treaties that broadly
define what is acceptable environmental behavior for indi...
Environmental Lawsuits Are Difficult to Win
1. Plaintiffs bringing the suit must establish that they have the legal right,
or legal standing, to do so in a particula...
Conclusions
 What is the role of government in making the transition to more
sustainable societies?
Through its polici...
Conclusions
 How is environmental policy made?
We can use environmental laws and regulations to help control pollution,...
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Politics, environment, and sustainability

The relation of politics and environmental policy with sustainability
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Environment      
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Transcripts - Politics, environment, and sustainability

  • 1. Politics, Environment, and Sustainability
  • 2. Speakers Iqbal Novramadani (13210063) M. Zikri Arfah (13210117) Nisa Refika (10611010) Indah Pertiwi (10611029) Jarot Bismo (13212048) Zuhditazmi (13212149)
  • 3. Why you need to listen?
  • 4. Countryside Big City
  • 5. Enterprise The Big Picture Government Environment People
  • 6. National Power Index
  • 7. Political System
  • 8. Subtopic Speaker What is the role of government in making the transition to more sustainable societies? Iqbal Novramadani What is the role of environmental law in dealing with environmental problems? Iqbal Novramadani How is environmental policy made? M. Zikri Arfah What are the major roles of environmental groups? Indah Pertiwi What are the environmental cases in indonesia? Nisa Refika How can we implement more sustainable and just environmental policies? Zuhditazmi How can we improve global environmental security? Jarot Bismo
  • 9. Role of Government to More Sustainable Societies
  • 10. government is “the temporary of political system”, who make ...
  • 11. http://jdih.menlh.go.id/
  • 12. Policy Life Cycle
  • 13. does not always allow for quick solutions
  • 14. Certain Principles Guide in Making Environmental Policy
  • 15. 1. Humility
  • 16. 2. Reversibility
  • 17. 3. Net Energy
  • 18. 4. Precautionary
  • 19. 5. Prevention
  • 20. 6. Polluter-pay
  • 21. 7. Environmental Justice
  • 22. Role of Environmental Law in Dealing with Environmental Problems
  • 23. • A policy states the goals of the government • Laws set out standards, procedures and principles that must be followed.
  • 24. Environmental Law Forms the Basis for Environmental Policy
  • 25. • Environmental law is a body of laws and treaties that broadly define what is acceptable environmental behavior for individuals, groups, businesses, and nations. • One way in which environmental law has evolved is through court cases involving lawsuits, most of which are civil suits brought to settle disputes or damages between one party and another. • Cases: Civil suits, class action suits, negligence
  • 26. Environmental Lawsuits Are Difficult to Win
  • 27. 1. Plaintiffs bringing the suit must establish that they have the legal right, or legal standing, to do so in a particular court. 2. Bringing any lawsuit costs too much for most individuals. 3. Public interest law firms cannot recover their attorneys’ fees unless Congress has specifically authorized that they be compensated within the laws that they seek to have enforced. 4. To stop a nuisance or to collect damages from a nuisance or an act of negligence, plaintiffs must establish that they have been harmed in some significant way and that the defendant caused the harm. 5. Most states have statues of limitations, laws that limit how long a plaintiff can take to sue after a particular event occurs. 6. Courts can take years to reach a decision.
  • 28. Conclusions  What is the role of government in making the transition to more sustainable societies? Through its policies, a government can help to protect environmental and public interests, and to encourage more environmentally sustainable economic development.  What is the role of environmental law in dealing with environmental problems? Policy making involves enacting laws, funding programs, writing rules, and enforcing those rules with government oversight—a complex process that is affected at each stage by political processes. Individuals can work together to become part of political processes that influence how environmental policies are made and whether or not they succeed. (Individuals matter.)
  • 29. Conclusions  How is environmental policy made? We can use environmental laws and regulations to help control pollution, set safety standards, encourage resource conservation, and protect species and ecosystems.  What are the major roles of environmental groups? Grassroots groups are growing and combining their efforts with those of large environmental organizations in a global sustainability movement.  How can we implement more sustainable and just environmental policies? Making the transition to more sustainable societies will require that nations and groups within nations cooperate and make the political commitment to achieve this transition.  How can we improve global environmental security? Environmental security is necessary for economic security and is at least as important as national security.

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