Kromojati Tradition As Efforts Sustainable Environment To Reach Sdg’s 2030

Nurokhmah Nurokhmah, Dha Widhi Witir, Titi Indah Larasati

Abstract


Bohol is one of the villages in Gunung Kidul Regency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This village has a land area of 229 Ha with a critical land 123 Ha. To solve this problem, the head of Bohol village made Kromojati regulations. Kromojati is an obligation for young people who will get married to plant 10 teak trees, which are 5 stems planted in the communal land and 5 stems planted on their own land. This can be used as a model for environmental conservation to solve critical land in Indonesia.The purpose of this research are, 1) To know the background of the existence of kromojati custom law, 2) To explain the implementation of Kromojati, and 3) to To find out the model of environmental conservation through Kromojati tradition . The type of research used in this research is descriptive qualitative with phenomenology approach of Edmun H. Husseerl and Alfred Schultz. The object of this research is Kromojati tradition which still preserve by the community. The results show that : 1) The background of Kromojati tradition is the amount of critical land in Bohol village since 1996. In 2005-2011, Kromojati was able to reduce the critical land to 23 Ha. In 2018, there is no critical land. 2) The people of Bohol village still preserve Kromojati as a binding regulation without being forced. The implementation of Kromojati also brought Bohol village to obtain various achievements in the field of environmental conservation. 3) Kromojati is a model of environmental conservation by adjusting to the characteristics of the land in Bohol. This tradition is capable of being a model for other regions, especially in terms of environmental conservation that is adjusted to the characteristics of the land owned in each region. So that, can reach the sustainable environment.


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