Palm Oil Sustainable Management Using MDS Model from Social Dimension
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Palm oil is a primary commodity that produces a variety of prospective and derivative industries. Data states that Indonesia'scontribution to the world crudepalmoil production is 47% of the world’ sproduction. It is said that Indonesia is the world' slargest exporter of palmoil. The contribution of oil palm is derived from It srolewhichincludes regional and national economic contribution on Gross Domestic Product (GDP) income, employment, dividend payments and taxes to thegovernment, as well as various other forms of levies. Oil palm has also given an impact on the environment and human rights such as the decline of biodiversity and the issue of land rights. The negative impact will be minimized if the management of oil palm is carried out in sustainable way through social dimension, which includes 8 attributes. The study aims to determine the status of sustainability of palm oil management using Multi-Dimensional Scaling (MDS) model. MDS is a method used to assess sustainability status using Rap- Palm Oil software. The MDS technique uses the ALSCAL algorithm in a way that two object points or the same objects are mapped in a single point that is adjacenttoeach other. The results show that the social sustainability indexis 54.50%. In order to sustain the palm oil management, intervention sonlabor absorption, accessibility of village communication,
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TY - CONF AU - Lili Dahliani AU - Maya Dewi Dyah Maharani PY - 2018/07 DA - 2018/07 TI - Palm Oil Sustainable Management Using MDS Model from Social Dimension BT - Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Community Development (AMCA 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 50 EP - 53 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/amca-18.2018.15 DO - 10.2991/amca-18.2018.15 ID - Dahliani2018/07 ER -