The framework is derived from literature of foresty invesment performance measurement as well as from the case study findings. Case study has been implemented in Harfam Makmur Jaya, Situbondo Indonesia, a forestacy company investment.
III. Finding and Discussion
3.1. Company Profile
Case study conducted in Harfam, a company engaged in the planting of forests since 2004. Starting from the high attention of Harfam founders to the conservation of nature and natural empowerment that can provide economic value. Soils and Critical land planted tested with teak seedlings and Jabon. Further, it is developed by means of recovery plants. Soil quality becomes better. Land becomes green again.
Harfam in collaboration with field forestry experts and forest dwellers do maintain forest, also formulate suitable fertilizer for managed plants. Crop has better quality, the failure rate is small and the sale value of forest products is very high which can provide welfare for the owner and support village community. Harfam also does research on plant seeds. …show more content…
Forest planting is done through a system of intercropping with other productive plants. Harfam manages forests, are not wholly owned by Harfam. Forests also owned by individual owners who invest in his own land.
Harfam has vision to be the biggest environment exploiter and preserver company in the world. The mission of Harfam is:
a. Educating people about the importance of managing forest land into economic value and foster a desire to invest as well as to grow awareness of the value of benefits that can provide shared prosperity.
b. Synergy with reputable institutions in related
Click here to unlock this and over one million essaysGet Access
Finally Since the 1990s Minnesota has witnessed an astonishing turnaround in the economic impact of its forests through a second forest revolution. Today, the
In the movie no trees are left due to large-scale deforestation, the humans in the movie are fascinated by a common object in present life. A consequence that could soon follow in the world, even in Canada if we don't change the way we take care of our forests. Instead of mining them we should use sustained yield management forestry practices to ensure a fate not similar to the one depicted in the movie. Maybe if proper stewardship and resource management were used the world in the movie would not face a similar
To begin, forest based industrialization is based on forest resources that are used to stimulate economic growth and development. One of the products that have been most important to human economies has always been wood. Wood is durable, light weight, easily worked, waterproof, and a good fiber source. Wood is used in almost every aspect of our lives, for building materials, living, and just surviving. We need wood to build our homes to live in and buildings in which we work and spend the other resource that comes from trees “money”. Studies show that 70% of the products that we use a day are made of some kind of wood. If we were to look around our homes and count all the items that are made of wood we would probably find that 60 percent are made of wood. Without wood humans and other species would never be able to survive.
Sustainable agriculture is widely implemented throughout the United States. Therefore, farmers may have more alternative ways to do an agriculture. However, it depends on whether which areas are better or appropriate to grow what kind of plants. Some area has an advantages condition such as weather, sunlight, soil, etc. These factors are affect directly to which kind of plant is suitable to grow in general. There are many cases of successful sustainable agriculture farms that contribute benefits to economic, environment and society.
In the book, The Corporation Joel Bakan, presents arguments: that corporations are nothing but institutional pathological psychopaths that are “a dangerous possessor of the great power it wields over people and societies.” Their main responsibility is maximizing profit for their stockholders and ignoring the means to achieve this goal. This in results portrays them as “psychopathic.” Bakan argues that: corporations are psychopaths, corporate social responsibility is illegal, and that corporations are able to manipulate anyone, even the government.
I am appealing to you as a conservationist. I believe that the natural resources of the forest can be of great help to us. As we experience this oil and gas crisis in the US, we are forced to import oil from foreign countries. Thus causing the cost of
To achieve forest conservation requires making the forests profitable enough to compete with agricultural activities. This appears as an obvious conclusion of this model. To find the way to incorporate local and global forest services, which naturally do not belong to any market, into the agent’s decisions (those who will decide whether cutting down the forest or
Physiologically, the country is divided into five regions, according to altitude (the Terai, the Siwalik, the Middle Mountains, the High Mountains and the High Himal). Of the total land area, forests cover 4.27 million ha (29.0 percent) and shrub covers 1.56 million ha (10.6 percent) (DFRS 1999). The annual rate of forest depletion in the Terai was 1.3 percent from 1978/79 to 1990/91. In the hilly area, forest areas have declined at an annual rate of 2.3 percent from 1978/79 to 1994. In the entire country, from 1978-79 to 1994, the forest area has decreased at an annual rate of 1.7%. This trend indicates the ongoing pressure on forest resources, especially in the Terai.
Bintang Harapan Desa is a private company specializing in the field of Palm Tree Plantation. It was established on September 16th, 1986 in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. This company was established in regard to a governmental project at that time called PIR-Transmigrasi; its aim was to cultivate economy of remote area with a system of sharing land which 20% would go to the company and 80% for the community. Bintang Harapan Desa is built with the strong foundation of 3 vision and mission: To participate and to help government in providing bio diesel through palm tree plantation, to build a strong industry that can contribute to the developing economy and provide working field, and to participate and raise national agriculture industry that can rival in the field of
Political Tata Motors operates in a vast amount of places all across the world . They’ve had great success in regions like Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Australia. When it come to politics influences Tata Motors need to pay close attention to Laws and regulations as well as the governing bodies that control the area. Local governments regulate commerce, trade, and investments. The local markets and economies are all influenced by national and local influences.
Goal 2 - To improve biodiversity conservation, land degradation and control climate change through establishment of teak woodlots and increase household food production, savings, investment and incomes.
Project Wisdom from the Forest was first established over 30 years ago now in Cambodia’s forests by Kikuo Morimoto, a Japanese social entrepreneur and natural dye expert (Palmer, & Melville, 2011). The war in Cambodia destroyed the Cambodian society, the way of lives and even the forests. Peoples amazing abilities and talents were being lost to time in this conflict. That is something Morimoto was not prepare to just sit back and watch. He managed to give Cambodia natural dye experts a life and a home through building the village and opening a workshop in Siem